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MARIA STEIN, Ohio (September 12, 2019) – On Sunday, September 22 the Maria Stein Shrine will host the 4th annual Heritage Day Celebration from 1pm-5pm. The family friendly event offers FREE ACTIVITIES including quilt and tractors shows, Tim Nealeigh as the Weaver, free live music by Danny Schneible, Shrine scavenger

  FALL THEOLOGY ON TAP Cincy East Anderson Pub on Beechmont is the place to be on Tuesday evenings this fall for Theology on Tap. Their lineup is Tuesday, September 17th: What does it mean to be pro-life, Speaker Amanda Noble Tuesday, September 24th: Made to thrive, Speaker Father David

Dr. William Kurtz and Father David Endres, a Catholic Telegraph contributor of A Question of Faith, will discuss the recently-published Soldiers of the Cross, a long-forgotten account of the war that offers the fullest record of the Catholic Church’s involvement in the conflict. Composed at the close of the war,

Story & photo by Rebecca Sontag The victor will thus be dressed in white, and I will never erase his name from the book of life but will acknowledge his name in the presence of my Father and of his angels.” (Revelation 3:5) Caregiving is hard. It is heavy lifting

By John Stegeman The grieving process after the death of a child is unique for everyone. For Catholics, the funeral and burial are important steps, but it doesn’t stop there. The need for ongoing opportunities to heal is why Gate of Heaven Cemetery hosts an annual Candlelight Service for Deceased

By Deacon Mark Machuga In 1964, the Second Vatican Council document Lumen Gentium restored the order of deacon as a permanent rank of the hierarchy of the Church. For, strengthened by sacramental grace [deacons] are dedicated to the People of God, in conjunction with the bishop and his body of

A week before he passed away in late June, Peter Bushelman made a very special request: that the Friends of CISE (Catholic Inner-City Schools Education Fund) Raffle he chaired for 37 years would continue. Held each December, the raffle raises more than $120,000 annually to help transform the lives of

Updated August 29, 2019: During the weekend of July 27-28 it was announced at Masses that Father Geoff Drew, pastor of St. Ignatius Parish in Cincinnati, is on administrative leave. No further details were provided, which left many feeling frustrated. On Monday, July 29, parishioners attended a meeting at St.

August 19, 2019; Cincinnati, Ohio Today, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati learned that a Hamilton County Grand Jury returned a nine-count indictment against Fr. Geoff Drew stemming from alleged crimes during his time at St. Jude Parish, where he served as music director 1984-1999. The Archdiocese of Cincinnati was made aware