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Out and About in the Archdiocese for June 2024

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1) Catholic Residential Services Prom Saint Ursula Academy students were honored to host the annual Catholic Residential Services (CRS) prom! CRS is a non-profit agency dedicated to fostering the spiritual, moral, intellectual and physical growth of people with developmental disabilities. The prom was filled with conversation, dancing, crafts and a king and queen chosen from among the CRS clients.

2) Special Visitors at St. Ignatius School Several members of Roger Bacon High School’s boys baseball team returned to their grade school alma mater, St. Ignatius. They joined special guests, Cincinnati Reds’ Gapper and Roger Bacon’s Spartan mascot. From kickball to duck-duck-goose, it was a great afternoon of making memories for current and future Spartans.

3) Comboni Missionaries Celebrate Comboni Missionaries celebrated their volunteers at the Cincinnati Mission Center, where they also welcomed Archbishop Menghestab from Eritrea. During his homily Archbishop Menghestab said, “to become a missionary starts in the heart. I saw thank you and may God bless you and give you the necessary graces you need.”

4) Outdoor Mass on Retreat
During a recent retreat, Cincinnati’s Royalmont Academy fifth and sixth graders experienced Mass overlooking the lake at Camp River Ridge. Outdoor Mass was an amazing experience for the students.



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