Archbishop Dennis Schnurr
Much of this difficult year has been spent in uneasy, uncertain waiting – waiting for businesses and schools to reopen, waiting for the development of a vaccine, waiting for life to return to normal and, for some, waiting for COVID test results. Perhaps most of all, we have spent many
ARCHDIOCESE OF CINCINNATI COVID-19 DAILY UPDATE WITH DOMINICK ALBANO Friday, May 29th: Guests Mike Schafer Director of Communication and Mission Promotion, David Kissel and his son, Carson Kissel, Viral Video Phenom. Thursday, May 28th: Guests Jennifer Schack, Director of Media Relation, Father Earl Fernandes, Pastor St. Ignatius Church Wednesday, May
My dear brothers and sisters in Christ, we find ourselves in a time of confusion, fear, and tension. The range of thoughts and concerns which weigh upon each of us is vast, knowing that the pattern of our lives has quickly become very different than it was mere days ago.
Anna Mitchell from Sacred Heart Radio interviews Archbishop Schnurr about the difficult decisions being made, relating to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Told by Apostolic Nuncio, Archbishop Pietro Sambi, in 2010 that he would become coadjutor to Archbishop Daniel E. Pilarczyk as Archbishop of Cincinnati, then-Bishop Dennis M. Schnurr was astonished and momentarily hesitant. “I was surprised. It had been rumored that I was going to Omaha,” Archbishop Schnurr said. Archbishop Sambi
Four to be ordained for area parishes on May 19 How do you learn God’s plan for your life? “Go to Mass and pray in front of the tabernacle as frequently as you can,” said Deacon Craig Best, who will be ordained a priest in Cincinnati’s cathedral this month. “Give
By Gail Finke A Christian life for women is best centered on the sacraments and the example of Mary, four speakers told the sold-out crowd attending the Greater Cincinnati Catholic Women’s Conference (GCCWC) March 3. The topics were as different as the speakers’ personalities. Theresa Tomeo’s pithy observations
February 26, 2011 ST. LAWRENCE DEANERY — Students, faculty, staff and parents at St. Bernard School in Taylor Creek warmly welcomed Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr as he visited the school for the first time and celebrated Mass with them on Feb. 9.