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by Mark Danis Mahatma Gandhi said, “A nation’s greatness is measured by how it treats its weakest members.” The onslaught of the coronavirus has exposed the frighteningly fragile support structure for a vulnerable segment of our society: the elderly. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) reports the highest percentage of

Pope Francis Prayer Intentions for May For Deacons We pray that deacons, faithful in their service to the Word and the poor, may be an invigorating symbol for the entire Church      

Local Agencies Working Together to Respond to Community Food Needs Dayton, Ohio – April 2020 — In a coordinated response to address the food needs of the Miami Valley, SBT Chefs, a division of Set The Banquet Table, is prepping an inventory of bulk, family-style meals to be served through

Congratulations to Seton High School junior Grace Villing who received a PERFECT SCORE of 36 on the ACT! Less than 0.2 percent of students throughout the United States achieve this score each year. Grace attends Seton High School on an Honors Program scholarship and takes a challenging course load of

The Catholic Conference of Ohio, chaired by Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, has released a statement extending the temporary suspension of all publicly celebrated Masses and liturgies through May 29. The Catholic Telegraph has a complete list of live-streaming Masses in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati on

The Reverend Mr. Michael Kapolka and the Rev. Mr. Edward Hoffmann reach next-to-last step in formational journey toward priestly ordination CINCINNATI, OH – Two prospective Catholic U.S. Military chaplains were ordained transitional deacons on Saturday, April 25, 2020, in Cincinnati, OH. The Reverend Mr. Michael Kapolka, 2d Lt, USAFR, and

Congratulations, on the ordination of 10 men to the diaconate, earlier today! Seven men were ordained transitional deacons for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati; one man was ordained as a permanent deacon for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati; and two men were ordained as transitional deacons for the Oratory of St. Philip

As a teacher, a coach and, now, an administrator, Marcus Colvin is always ready for a challenge. “I set the goal of being a teacher long ago — and once thought that the decision would last my entire career,” Colvin said. “When I was provided the opportunity to serve as

Christ the King parishioners meet online to pray the Rosary. The parish uses technology to provide its parishioners with alternatives to traditional worship.
Religious denominations across the United States were faced with an unexpected challenge this spring: how to provide alternatives to traditional worship in view of the COVID-19 shutdown. At Christ the King Parish, staff turned to technology to bridge the gap between church services–such as Easter Mass and the praying of

There is absolutely no reason why a vaccine for COVID-19 should be connected to abortion. But that is exactly what may happen in the coming months. Among the dozens of vaccines currently in development, some are being produced using old cell lines that were created from the cells of aborted