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Two of CISE’s most important leaders, Don Neyer and Harry Santen, have been named 2020 Greatest Living Cincinnatians. The award by the Greater Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce is generally considered to be the finest honor given to Cincinnatians. The honor to Don and Harry has special significance to CISE as

by Gail Finke There is a piece of the True Cross at Holy Cross-Immaculata in Mt. Adams. It is available for veneration on a side altar in the main church on Good Friday – see it when you pray the steps! Is the relic of the True Cross real? While

The Xavier University Dementia Care Summit is designed to bring together care partners, family members, and professionals to spark dialogue around important issues for persons with dementia. Strategies for life satisfaction, meaningful daily activities, social interactions, and independence will be shared. This year’s theme focuses on engaging persons with dementia

By Erin Schurenberg An important action before us as Catholics is to talk about our faith and take back our story,” said Deacon Nathan Beiersdorfer on his faith-based podcast, “The First Word.” “Taking back the story” could describe the trajectory of Nathan’s own Catholic journey. After graduating in 1995 from

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph  CINCINNATI — Police evacuated parts of the Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains, City Hall and the Centennial Plaza office building after a suspicious object was discovered on Central Avenue between Seventh and Eighth streets Monday morning.

November 21, 2011 By Natalie Corzine   [For selected photos of the trip, click here.]    ARCHDIOCESE — When Paul Drzewiecki visits Santo Domingo Savio Parish in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, he feels like he is “coming home.” 

March 4, 2011 New director named for Gate of Heaven ST. ANDREW DEANERY  – Debra K. Crane, an attorney and former member of the insurance industry, has been appointed director of Gate of Heaven Cemetery in Montgomery, the largest cemetery owned by the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.

February 23, 2011 A Mass of Christian Burial for Glenmary Brother Thomas Kelly was celebrated Feb. 23 at St. Matthias the Apostle Church in Cincinnati. Brother Tom, 81, died Feb. 13 at Mercy Franciscan Terrace.

February 23, 2011 A Mass of Christian Burial for Sister of Charity of Cincinnati Joan Rutterer was celebrated Feb. 18 in the Immaculate Conception Chapel at the congregation’s Delhi Township Motherhouse. Sister Joan, 92, died Feb. 12 at Mother Margaret Hall, the congregation’s nursing facility. She was a Sister of

February 25, 2011 By David Eck ST. FRANCIS DE SALES DEANERY — In today’s competitive business environment, it’s important for Catholic healthcare institutions to maintain or even strengthen their mission of extending the healing ministry of Jesus, reaching out the to the poor and underserved and being true to Catholic