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by Christine Rousselle Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Jun 16, 2020 / 01:10 pm MT (CNA).- Catholics have a whole host of saints to choose from in times of trouble or anguish. There’s St. Rita, patroness of the impossible, St. Dymphna, the patroness of anxiety, and when all else fails, there’s always

CINCINNATI (May 22, 2020) – On May 20th, 2020, St. Joseph Orphanage (SJO) was awarded $228,619 from Federal Communications Commission (FCC) COVID-19 Telehealth Program. These funds will be used for technology and telehealth services to allow clients and families to remain safely at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. “Our staff

by Susie Bergman Our lives suddenly shrank, in a sense, just a few shorts weeks ago. We currently live in a time of swift, reactive change. Our physical connections and interactions with others have ceased, almost overnight. Aside from those deemed essential, many of us only experience physical interactions with

Mis queridos hermanos y hermanas en Cristo, nos encontramos en un momento de confusión, miedo y tensión. La extensión de pensamientos y preocupaciones que pesa sobre cada uno de nosotros es enorme, sabiendo que el patrón de nuestras vidas se ha vuelto rápidamente muy diferente de lo que era hace

En los últimos días de Diciembre, algunos no-Cristianos celebran el solsticio de invierno en lugar de Navidad. Vale la pena reflexionar sobre la conexión entre las dos celebraciones en esta temporada de Adviento. El solsticio de invierno, que ocurrirá el 21 de Diciembre, marca la noche más larga del año.

School President will guide Lehman Catholic to stay competitive for the future. Sidney, Ohio, June 22, 2018 — The ever-changing academic needs of our students and the demands on school leadership are more challenging today than ever before. To ensure the continued success of Lehman Catholic High School in today’s

                            Franciscan friars have been “connected to the community” for more almost 175 years — and once again marched in the Cincinnati Reds Opening Day Parade.

A gallery of photos from the March 2 Greater Cincinnati Catholic Women’s Conference. For our story, search “GCCWC.”

By Gail Finke Dozens of people prayed and sang in the streets of Cincinnati on a chilly Saturday morning in March, recalling Christ’s Passion and death with Scripture, reflections, and hymns. The second annual “Seven Stations Walk” sponsored by the Cincinnati Oratory brought a Roman tradition to Ohio on March