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by Susie Bergman Growing up around Dayton, David Burkhardt frequently heard of the Maria Stein Shrine of the Holy Relics, but never explored it. In 2019, his wife, Somporn Mary, was diagnosed with lung cancer and, throughout her journey, he introduced her to the Catholic faith and reacquainted himself with …

MARIA STEIN, Ohio (August 5, 2021) – Do you know someone diagnosed with cancer? Have you felt compelled to offer meaningful support but are not sure how? The St. Peregrine Cancer Care Ministry is an outreach of the Maria Stein Shrine that has the mission of being a source of …

By Rick Musacchio Catholic News Service SAN ANTONIO — As William Carmona lay gravely ill in a San Antonio hospital bed, he repeatedly questioned his classmates from nearby Assumption Seminary: “Where is Bishop Choby?” “When will he get here?” And finally: “How many more hours until he ordains me?” Carmona, …

Summit Middle School students and other members of the school community gather around religion teacher Penny Herr as she recieves the sacrament of the Annointing of the Sick. (Courtesy Photo)
By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph When Penny Herr was diagnosed with breast cancer in June, she could easily have felt sorry for herself and questioned God. Instead, the dedicated religion teacher at the Summit Country Day School first thought of her students and turned to her faith for …

Press Release Badin High School athletic teams will host two important cancer benefit events this week. On Monday, Sept. 23, the girls’ soccer team will play its annual Kick for a Cause game at Virgil Schwarm Stadium, hosting Mother of Mercy in a 7:15 p.m. varsity kickoff. On Tuesday, Sept. …

Seton High School Pantene Beautiful Lengths
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph For a high school girl, hair care can be a terribly important thing. Peer judgement can turn a bad hair day into a nightmare. On May 20 at Seton High School, however, several hundred women opted for a different kind of hair care — …