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Effective June 7, 2021 • Father David Kobak, OFM, Parochial Vicar of St. Therese Little Flower, Cincinnati. Effective June 29, 2021 • Father Kyle Schnippel, Pastor of St. Peter, Huber Heights, Our Lady of the Rosary, and Holy Cross, Dayton. Effective July 1, 2021 • Bishop Joseph Binzer, Pastor of

The Catholic Telegraph took home NINE Catholic Media Awards this year! 1st Place: • Column General Commentary: “A Closer Look” by Ken Craycraft 2nd Place: • Communications Director of the Year: Mike Schafer • Best Video Feature: “Priest Ordination” by Margaret Swensen • Best Video The Covid 19 Pandemic: “The

MARIA STEIN, Ohio (June 1, 2021) – The Maria Stein Shrine of the Holy Relics announced today that President, Don Rosenbeck, will be retiring in June of 2022. Mr. Rosenbeck began his tenure at the Shrine in 2003, first serving as Business Manager for the institution that was owned and

MONFORT HEIGHTS, OH, JUNE 1, 2021 – Congratulations to St. Ignatius of Loyola School Assistant Principal Laura Sieve on her retirement! Mrs. Sieve has served the St. Ignatius community in the classroom for 20 years and as an administrator for 14 years. In fact, she was the first Assistant Principal

The Catholic Conference of Ohio has released a statement (found here) regarding the lifting of the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday and Holy Day Mass. In line with that statement Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr has decreed that for the faithful of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati the obligation to

Where: Gate of Heaven Cemetery When: Monday, May 31 at 10:30 a.m. Let us join together in prayer in God’s name, on His sacred grounds to honor all of our veterans on this special United States of America Memorial Day 2021. ARRIVE EARLY! *A Military Speaker, Honor Guards and Taps

BECOME A SPIRITUAL PILGRIM! There are many ways to spiritually take part in this pilgrimage. Sign up below for our daily email which will include reflections from our 33 Days to Morning Glory booklet as well as a link to our daily rosary podcast brought to you by School of

April 26, 2021 My Dear Friends in Christ, The sin of racism is a “particularly destructive and persistent form of evil” in our country. In our pastoral letter, Open Wide Our Hearts: The Enduring Call to Love, the bishops of the nation explained, “Racism arises when—either consciously or unconsciously—a person

Editors Note: Here’s an article about First Communion that’s both timely and informative from 2009 ARCHDIOCESE — With first Communion season upon us, children will be soon be donning their finery for the joyous event as parents plan festive family gatherings to celebrate. But there is more to the occasion

WHAT DEFINES A PILGRIMAGE? A pilgrimage is a journey to locations of religious importance. The external journey is meant to ignite an internal spiritual journey of conversion. Pilgrimages can be life-changing. It is a deep act of prayer in which individuals bring special intentions, hopes for the future and hearts