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This issue is about art and beauty, and there is a lot of both in the pro-life movement. There is the beauty of the image of an unborn child viewed on an ultrasound machine. While it is difficult to get reliable statistics on how many women in crisis pregnancies change

by M.D. Pitman “When Dan and I got married, we had no idea that we were creating a future,” said Martha Dorff. “We just thought we were getting married.” As the Over-the-Rhine couple, formerly of Loveland, discovers life as a retired couple – Dan from a career as a graphic

Congratulations to the Seton Art Students who have been recognized as 2019 Scholastic Art Winners. Check out the Art Gallery: Congratulations to the Elder High School Art Students who were recognized in the 2020 Regional Scholastic Art Competition. Check out the Art Gallery:

By Margaret Swensen When I spoke with Paul Melia on the phone in July, I told him I wanted him to be the first featured artist in what I hoped would become a series of videos on Catholic artists living and working within the archdiocese. He humbly accepted and warned

By Dennis Sadowski Catholic News Service SYLVANIA, Ohio — Looking over her latest work, Sister Jane Mary Sorosiak picked up a piece of hardened clay depicting the face of St. Joseph and began touching up pinkish tones of glaze that will transform into a glossy flesh-colored finish once fired and