A picture says a thousand words
On Thursday, July 19, members of football teams in the area participated in the annual SportsLeader Rosary Rally before two-a-days begin. Normally held at The Athenaeum of Ohio, this year the rally was held at St. Gertrude Church in Madeira as construction continues at the seminary.
Totus Tuus (Totally Yours) is a summer Catholic youth program dedicated to sharing the Gospel and promoting the Catholic Faith through evangelization, catechesis, Christian witness and Eucharistic worship. There were close to 70 participants at St. Bernadette and on Friday, June 22 it was time to close out the week with
Congratulations to the Eagles baseball team! They won the state championship game against Wapakoneta, 3-1.
On May 22, St. Rita School for the Deaf held a Mass for the Feast of St. Rita. The school received a beautiful gold altar frontal from St. Cecilia Parish in Oakley as a gift and they used it for the first time during the special mass.
Students in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati are uniting their voices in prayer for today’s National School Walk Out Day. Today’s picture’s at Lehman High School in Sidney Ohio.
St Ignatius Loyola School: Fifth grade students in Mrs. Amy Gillespie’s Math Enrichment class constructed a St. Ignatius themed mosaic, and in honor of the winter Olympics, one of the students came up with the idea of creating the American flag. They solved fifty-two 3X3 cubes to construct this patriotic
Each year the St. Patrick statue at Holy Cross Immaculata is stolen by the Order of Ancient Hibernians, and will reappear during the St. Patrick Day’s Parade. Don’t worry, St. Patrick will return to his rightful place at Holy Cross after the parade.
Today we celebrate Seton High School Small Varsity POM 2018 National Championship!
Though it is a Christmas carol, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati awoke to a coating of ice and snow. Today’s A picture says a thousand words celebrates God’s majesty in ice. In the bleak mid-winter Frosty wind made moan; Earth stood hard as iron, Water like a stone; Snow had fallen,