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by Courtney Mares Vatican City, Mar 14, 2021 / 05:00 am MT (CNA).- Pope Francis offered Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica on Sunday to mark 500 years of Catholic faith in the Philippines. “Dear brothers and sisters, 500 years have passed since the Christian message first arrived in the Philippines.

Mount Notre Dame High School (MND) enters this school year carrying on a 160-year “tradition of the quality education and growth,” it’s provided since it started as a boarding academy, said the school’s president. And though tradition is important to maintain and instill in the young women of Mount Notre

by Eileen Connelly, OSU A small Place Where God’s Love is Made Big.” These are words to live by at St. Bernard Parish in Spring Grove Village, where parishioners are marking 100 years of faith. The parish, established in 1919, is small at approximately 140 households and has weathered much

The Most Reverend Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr awaits Ordination 2017. (Ct Photo/Greg Hartman)
On July 20, 1974 Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr was ordained. Here is a reprint of the article announcing his appointment to the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. WASHINGTON — Pope Benedict XVI has named Bishop Dennis M. Schnurr of Duluth, Minn., who is treasurer of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, as

Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr, center, stands with members of the Ordination Class of 1979, during the Archdiocese of Cincinnati's annual Ordination Anniversasry Dinner at the Bergamo Center in Beavercreek, Ohio on Monday, May 6. Members of the class include: Front L-R Fathers Terry Schneider, Jerry Gardner, Jeff Kemper. Marc Sherlock, Jim Schutte, and Dave Lemkuhl. Back L-R Fathers Larry Tensi and Len Wenke. (CT Photo/David A. Moodie)
Celebrating the Class of 1959: 60 years Most Reverend Daniel E. Pilarczyk Reverend Eugene F. Vonderhaar Reverend John E. Wessling Celebrating the Class of 1969: 50 years Reverend George R. Schmitz Reverend James J. Walsh Celebrating the Class of 1979: 40 years Reverend Timothy S. Bunch Reverend Jerome J. Gardner

Iconic Gothic church finishes year-long celebration of building’s history By Erin Queenan Schurenberg The story begins like a legend. In 1906, a young priest, Father Anthony Mentink, arrived at St. Patrick in Troy on the saint’s feast day for a temporary assignment. He stayed 52 years working until the end,

As Holy Family Parish in Frenchtown celebrates 170 years of its founding and 100 years in the same church, research confirmed it is the oldest church in continuous operation in Darke County. “The church was named Holy Family — Child Jesus, the Virgin Mary, his mother, and Saint Joseph, his

By Walt Schaefer When the 40 original families built the first Queen of Peace Church in 1941 in the small hamlet of Millville on US 27 between Hamilton and Oxford, there was no indoor plumbing. These farming families brought out their horses and equipment and erected what long-time parishioner Adela

By Cindy Wooden Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — When Pope Francis went out onto the balcony of St. Peter’s Basilica for the first time, he said he did not prepare what he was going to say, but “I felt deeply that a minister needs the blessing of God, but