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Staff Report Lent is a penitential season for Catholics preparing to mark the observance of Christ’s death on the cross, and on Easter his resurrection from the dead. For business owners, Lent is just part of the first financial quarter. For today’s Throwback Thursday, we go back to the late-1950s …

Recognizing the importance of a strong faith presence within our Catholic schools, Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr approved a new position: Deputy Superintendent of Catholic Identity. The search for the right candidate went far and wide until recently, when Joshua Agnew was hired to take on this crucial role. As a …

Gate of Heaven Events: Thursday, September 16, 2021 Gate of Heaven Cemetery Remembrance – “Month’s Mind” Mass 7PM at Gate of Heaven St. Joseph’s Chapel Gate of Heaven Admin. Bldg. 11000 Montgomery Rd. 45249 Saturday, September 18, 2021 National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children – Prayer Service at 9:30AM …

By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph  Bradley Barnes recalls the youth ministers who inspired him when he was a child and in his teenage years. Now he hopes to do the same for the young people at Guardian Angels Parish in Mt. Washington, where he has served as coordinator …

Founded as the first Cincinnati Catholic parish in 1819, this faith community has grown under various religious patrons, in two different locations, and in several sacred buildings. Today, St. Francis Xavier parish is a legacy of those first community of Catholic believers, now sponsored by the Jesuits (Society of Jesus) …

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Attention prayer warriors! The Archdiocese of Cincinnati will be leading fellow pilgrims to holy sites in Poland, Austria and the Czech Republic September 18-30, 2018. Sites include the shrine to the Black Madonna of Częstochowa, the Divine Mercy Shrine where St. Faustina lived and died, and sites, shrines, and churches …

Aug. 3, 2018 Dear Friends in Christ, I am writing to share with you the remarks of Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo, President of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, regarding the allegations against Archbishop Theodore McCarrick and the steps that the bishops will be taking as a result. (Editor’s …

By Gail Finke UPDATE, 2/15: While the board of ProMedical Hospital Toledo approved a transfer agreement with the city’s last remaining abortion business, Capital Care, earlier this week, the agreement had yet to be written and signed as of this morning. Although such complex agreements generally take weeks to write, the …

By Gail Finke In a 5-2 decision, Ohio’s Supreme Court reversed an appellate court decision regarding the license for one of the state’s largest abortion businesses. The ruling reinstates the Ohio Department of Health’s revocation of the ambulatory surgical facility license for Capital Care Network of Toledo. A 1996 state …

By Gail Finke Shortly before Christmas, Ohio Governor John Kasich signed a law prohibiting doctors from aborting babies that are likely to have Down Syndrome. Prenatal tests used to identify likelihood of Down Syndrome often result in their mothers seeking abortions, even though false positives are not rare. North Dakota …