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The artwork that lines the walls, windows and altars of our Catholic churches point the faithful to higher ideals. Throughout the decades, many notable artists in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati have contributed their talents to this endeavor, leaving their marks of faith for generations to enjoy. Gerhard Lamers (1871-1964) •

Front Row from L to R: Father Anthony Brausch, Father Mark Bredstege, Father Jeff Stegbauer, Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr, Father Andrew Hess, Father Alex Biryomumeisho; Back Row L to R, Father Ambrose Dobrozsi, Father Elias Mwesigye, Father Zach Cecil, Father Jedidiah Tritle, Father Christian Cone-Lombarte, and Bishop Joseph Binzer (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
The Archdiocese of Cincinnati joyfully celebrated the largest class of priests being ordained in 40 years. A full cathedral was on hand as the men were ordained to the priesthood for service to God and the Church. Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr celebrated the Mass. Bishop Joseph R. Binzer concelebrated the

The annual car blessing occurred before youth group on Oct. 20. Jeff Rosfeld, Katie Metzger, Fr. Larry, Deacon Brian, and the high school youth group were on hand to bless cars “drive thru” style in the Kenwood Pastoral Region of All Saints Parish and Saint Vincent Ferrer Parish.

By Erin Schurenberg I feel like my education has both instilled me with strong values and sheltered me in positive ways,” said Allie Gardner Allie Gardner, incoming sophomore and class president at Mount Notre Dame (MND) High School in Cincinnati. Allie’s strong faith and belief in Catholic education have been

Summit grad advocates for mental health issues Nick Nazzaro used his faith and personal experience to touch the lives of other students during his time at The Summit Country Day School. Nazzaro, who hails from All Saints Parish, came to Summit at the encouragement of select baseball teammates. Over the

March 6: Ash Wednesday Invitation to prayer: Come, Holy Spirit. Guide me into and through this holy season of Lent. Reflection: As we celebrate Ash Wednesday and the beginning of our Lenten season, we hear the Lord’s invitation: “Return to me with your whole heart.” God is inviting us deeper

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)

It was all smiles at St. Francis DeSales. From left to right Mrs. Pam Forte and Ms. Greta Brandon(cook, School Receptionist and mother and grandmother to many SFDS alumni (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
By Erin Schurenberg During the Lenten season, the opportunities for food, fellowship and fun abound at area fish fries. Most happen weekly for the first six Fridays in Lent. Other fish fries are more likely to be one-time events. With the occasional rare exception, such as that of St. Anthony

Father Thomas Meyer A Mass of Christian Burial for Father Thomas Meyer was celebrated Dec. 11 at St. Albert the Great Parish in Kettering. Father Meyer, 74, died Dec. 6. A native of Dayton, Father Meyer did his preparatory studies at St. Gregory Seminary and studied theology at Mount St.