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By Diego Lopez Marina ACI Prensa Staff, Jan 17, 2024 / 07:00 am In the constant search for spiritual growth and connection to the sacred in everyday life, discovering new ways to strengthen your Catholic faith can be transformative. Here are five ways that could renew your life of faith in …

Dear Father: I have a question regarding godparents. It seems mandatory that a godparent be a Catholic. I could have a Catholic be a godparent and move three years after the baptism to another state. The child would only rarely see them, possibly only on holidays. I could ask a non-catholic …

For nearly 20 years, St. Ursula Academy (SUA) students have participated in DRIVE. It’s not a drive on the road, but rather an internal drive. And one that is an all-encompassing effort to support Cincinnati-area organizations. SUA’s DRIVE stands for Donate, Respond, Invest, Value and Educate. “Our Community DRIVE has …

Anyone who loves Jesus and baseball will love Father Burke Masters’ book, A Grand Slam for God, an unlikely story of passion, piety and providence. From no religious background, with his eyes locked on professional baseball, Masters became a Catholic priest, diocesan vocation director and Chicago Cubs chaplain. But while …

by Katie Sciba Congratulations! You’re a brand new godparent to a brand-new Catholic! From here on out, you have a duty to nurture and cultivate the Catholic faith in the heart of your godchild. It’s a big undertaking and can be one of the most significant roles you’ll ever have! …

Greenville’s tight-knit school puts faith first by Matt Hess Photos by Danny Schneible Tim Wiedenmann was uneasy about leaving his religion classroom at a larger school to become principal of St. Mary’s School in Greenville, OH. He expected to really miss interacting with students as an administrator, but now in …

by Kevin J. Jones Washington D.C., Jan 20, 2020 / 16:17 pm Last year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day marked the first without Sister Mary Antona Ebo, the only black Catholic nun who marched with civil rights leader Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in Selma, Ala in 1965. “I’m …

Paulus was blessed to grow up in a family that had a love for Christ. His parents were part of the Charismatic Movement, and his father pastored a small nondenominational church. They passed on that love of the Lord as they moved from Virginia to Croatia and back. “My family …

My birthday is coming up this month. I love my birthday and make a point to have a great time with family. We have living room dance parties, I grab lunch with my mom and maybe go antiquing with friends. Coffee and donuts are always involved. Whatever the agenda, the …

The student body, faculty and staff at our children’s Catholic school have experienced more than their fair share of devastating tragedies this past year. One staff member had a stroke; two lost their parents. A teacher’s niece died; a student’s parent passed away unexpectedly. There’s nothing anyone can say to …