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December 10th, Monday of the 2nd Week of Advent Deacon Ambrose Dobrozsi The prophet Isaiah gives us a joy-filled vision of what the reign of the Messiah will be like in the first reading for today: “The desert and the parched land will exult; the steppe will rejoice with joyful

In today’s video, Bro. Casey discusses taking it one step at a time. Today is the Second of Sunday of Advent and we’re getting closer to Christmas, and times seems to rush by. In today’s world, we’re used to going online to purchase just about anything we want and receive

SHARE US ON Facebook and Twitter! Ongoing events through Advent Now – Jan. 1, 2019 Life Size Nativity with live farm animals St. Francis Seraph Church Courtyard 1:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Liberty & Vine Sts., Cincinnati 45202 Now – Jan 1., 2019 International Christmas Display Christian Moerlein Brewery Event

Did you know that Mary actually did know her child would save the world? In fact, she was saved around forty-seven years before Jesus died. Fr. Mike Schmitz simplifies the complex theology behind the Immaculate Conception in this video.

Maria Stein Shrine announced that they received nearly 400 entries in their coloring contest! Last year they received 161. The winners are listed below. They gave out two prizes per age due to the overwhelming response received (a children’s nativity set). Every coloring page we received is currently on display

Q: Was Christ born on Dec. 25 in the year A.D. 1? A: We cannot be sure of the day and month, nor the year, of Jesus’ birth. Many scholars date the Nativity to several years before the traditional first year of the Lord (Anno Domini or A.D. 1) This

In Today’s Video: Bro. Casey gives a glimpse on how to prepare for Advent and to make this the best Advent ever! For the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Advent Calendar to help you enjoy the season of Advent, click here

Students from St. James the Greater awaiting the Catholic Schools Week Mass. (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
The Catholic Education Foundation is currently accepting applications for 2019 elementary school tuition assistance scholarships. All scholarships are needs-based and can be used at any Catholic elementary school within the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Awards range from $250 to $1,000 per student. Grant Details K-8 grade grants will be awarded based

(Cincinnati OH) Update 11/28/2018 11:15 a.m. This year the Archdiocese of Cincinnati embarked on a new initiative: #iGiveCatholic. As part of Giving Tuesday, Parishes, Schools, and Ministries signed on for this most historic day. The participating organizations raised $237,241.89. Thank you!!!!!!!! Check out the Prizes:        

For the list of organizations participating and how you can be a part of this great day, click here