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Advent Lessons & Carols: the annual Advent Carol Service sung by the Cathedral Basilica Choir featuring seasonal Choral Music to mark the beginning of the Advent Season.

I. Did you know that basilicas date back to the Roman Empire? Yes, in ancient Rome they had basilicas. But, they were a bit different from what we have today. Romans used basilicas as public gathering spaces for markets, civic administration and court. The basilica was the epicenter of a

by Eileen Connelly, OSU For its 175-year history, the Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains in Downtown Cincinnati has stood as a testament of the faith of Catholics in the archdiocese. The impressive Greek Revival structure, located at the intersection of Eighth and Plum Streets, is dedicated to the imprisonment

by Bonny Van When more than 500 men – fathers, husbands, sons, brothers, religious and faithful – gather in downtown Cincinnati on Sat., Oct. 17, they will be walking with Jesus in the lead for the sixth annual Men’s Holy Name Society Eucharistic Procession. The event, which began in 2015,

The Archdiocese of Cincinnati, with great joy and gratitude, will celebrate the elevation of St. Peter in Chains Cathedral to the rank of minor basilica with a special Mass on Sat., Nov. 7, the 175th anniversary of its dedication. As we approach the bicentennial of our archdiocese next year, this

by Jessica Rinaudo On Sunday, Sept. 27, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati celebrated their 16th Annual Blue Mass at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Peter in Chains in downtown Cincinnati. The Mass honors police, fire and public safety personnel. Father Steve Angi, Police Chaplain and Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati,