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Chef Matt DeAngulo and Amanda DeLotelle, co-workers at the former Citilites restaurant in the Schuster Center, have reunited for a new project — SBT Chefs. “SBT Chefs is the brainchild of Chef DeAngulo,” DeLotelle, the Executive Director of Set the Banquet Table shared. “Shortly after the outbreak of COVID-19, DeAngulo

by Mike Lehner Inspired by the call of the Gospel, Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley (CSSMV) has served the poor, the hungry, the elderly and the disadvantaged for almost 100 years. From Montgomery County to the northernmost reach of the archdiocese in Auglaize County, CSSMV has emerged as

  by John Stegeman Catholic News Service DAYTON, Ohio (CNS) — Although Queen of Martyrs Catholic Church in Dayton sustained significant damage from the May 27 tornadoes that swept through the southwestern region of the state, a statue of Mary on the property remained standing next to the ruined bell

When the Chaminade Julienne men’s soccer team kicks off the 2020 season, there will be a new head coach at the helm but he will be a familiar face to the Eagles faithful. After completing a thorough search process, Chaminade Julienne Catholic High School announced Friday that Josh Thomas –

Good Times: Nearly 120 ladies attended the recent DCWC St. Patrick’s Day Card/Game Party and Luncheon, held at the Presidential Banquet Center in Kettering. DCWC Board Member and St. Pat Party Chair, Julianne McCain, was delighted with the turnout for the annual event, which was declared a huge success! DCWC

The University of Dayton is discounting summer 2020 tuition for all undergraduate courses to help students continue to make progress toward their UD degrees during a period of significant disruption to their lives and their families’ circumstances. Summer tuition will be $875 per credit hour, a 46% discount from the

by Mark Danis Jalen* opened one eye to see his younger sister sleeping on the cot next to him. He, his mother and his little sister came to live at the St. Vincent de Paul shelter after his mother’s new boyfriend began treating them badly. Jalen turned and looked at

Sensory-Friendly Mass is perfect for any person who struggles with the crowds, noise, sights, and smells of the typical liturgy. The sound is softer, the lighting is lower, and there are adaptive Missals available, but the biggest difference is that there isn’t any stigma. Even if you or your child

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

It was the weekend following a difficult week – a chance to be with my family, to soak in the joy and innocence of life through the eyes of my children. On Sunday, as I got out of bed and began to ready myself for the morning routine, I saw