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by Susie Bergman On Aug. 15, the Feast of the Assumption of Mary, they have planned what they jokingly call “round two.” When Dylan and Clair Hesson of Versailles began planning their May 2020 wedding in Oct. 2019, they knew they might encounter a few small challenges along the way,

Last month we covered why praying as a couple is essential to every Christian marriage. Husband and wife are each made in the image and likeness of God, and together form a new creation in Christ. The relationship is inherently lifegiving and imitates God in its own particular way. When

One of the Eucharistic Prayers has a long list of saint names. What is the history of this prayer and why does it name so many saints? The Eucharistic Prayer with the lengthy list of saints is known as the First Eucharistic Prayer. Also called the Roman Canon because of

by Father Ryan T. Ruiz After months of no public Masses, church doors are open again. But in the age of live-streaming Mass directly into homes, why should Catholics continue to attend Mass in person on Sundays? March 8, 2020: the day on which Catholics of this archdiocese were last

In America, July is the month of freedom, as we celebrate the anniversary of our nation’s Declaration of Independence. But while the July 4th holiday officially commemorates national political sovereignty, we are more likely to think about liberty in terms of individual autonomous rights. Independence Day encomiums have more to

Whenever I think about the 4th of July, I get a very specific movie scene stuck in my head: The night game scene from the 1993 classic, The Sandlot. Something about the families out in the street sharing a big cookout, the flash and crackle of sparklers, the game of

Effective June 22, 2020 Most Rev. Joseph Binzer, Program Coordinator: Services for Senior Clergy; Director of Health and Hospital Ministries, and Hospital Chaplaincy. Reverend Father John Mark Solitario, OP, Parochial Vicar of St. Gertrude Parish, Maderia. Effective July 1, 2020 Father Eric Roush, Pastor of Nativity of Our Lord, Cincinnati,

CINCINNATI, JUNE 30, 2020 – Summer is back. The heat. The humidity. The health danger it poses to those who don’t have access to air conditioning. That’s why St. Vincent de Paul is once again offering free fans and air conditioners to our neighbors in need. This is the 19th

On June 22, 2019, Father Casey  was ordained a priest in the Catholic Church. Now, one year later, he answers your questions about his experience.

VATICAN CITY — With more than 120 pilgrims from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati in attendance in St. Peter’s Basilica, Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr received the pallium from Pope Benedict XVI June 29, the feast of Sts. Peter and Paul. Placing a woolen band around the shoulders of 38 new archbishops