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Father Ethan Moore

“Everyone who knows Father Earl Fernandes has a Father Fernandes story.” Admitting that he is one of hundreds privileged to have associated with Father Fernandes before he was assigned as the Bishop of Columbus, Father Ethan Moore said his connection to Father Fernandes began when he was only a teenager. …

When you walk into Corryville Catholic School, you’ll feel a presence in the air. It radiates from the students, faculty and staff as they talk about their community and showcase their love for the Lord. A new staff member at Corryville Catholic has helped intensify this exuberant feeling: John Ambrose …

“I always encouraged my kids to be who they were created to be… share what they are and what they have with God. Everyone has their own gifts, so whatever that is should be used to bring glory to God’s name and bring people to the Church.” These words were …

The four years young people spend in college are critical not only in the formation of who they became as they enter into the adult world, but also who they become as they mature in their Catholic faith. That’s why Father Ethan Moore is so committed to Catholic campus ministry. …

Members of "Helpers of God's Precious Infants" pray the rosary in front of Plannned Parenthood's Auburn Ave. Surgical Center on Saturday, Feb. 16. The group, which is praying for an end to abortion, holds a vigil at the center every first, third and fourth Saturday of the month. A similar vigil is conducted at Planned Parenthood's Westen Hills center on the second Saturday of each month. (CT Photo/David Moodie)
40 Days for Life Kickoff Rally with Father Ethan Moore Sunday, February 14th at 2:00pm Holy Name Church, 2422 Auburn Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45219 The kickoff to the spring/Lenten campaign is Sunday, February 14. Join  Fr. Ethan Moore, pastor of Holy Name Church. Come for song, prayer, inspiration and all …

by Bonnie Van When fall semester classes begin, Catholic students on several college campuses will find there is a new friend ready to help them navigate their way on a path of faith and prayer thanks to FOCUS missionaries. “We meet students where they’re at” is a phrase the missionaries …

by Susie Bergman Life for many 18- to 25 year-olds is often filled with a new sense of empowerment. They can make their own decisions about their lives and begin steering their own courses into adulthood. Many move out of their parents’ homes and discover the responsibility of attending classes …

Story by John Stegeman • photos by Jeff Unroe Early on Aug. 4, a gunman killed nine people and wounded 30 other. Responding immediately, police shot and killed the shooter in Dayton’s Oregon Historic District. In the days before the shooting, however, it was a very different scene. Music drifted …

Priest who built campus ministry moves to parish life; who’s next for WSU This story first appeared in our July, 2018 print edition By Walt Schaefer Father Ed Burns, who has served as Director of Catholic Campus Ministry at Wright State University for the past dozen years, hopped in his car …

Temperatures were -4 on New Year’s Morning 2018. Many activities were cancelled because of the cold. Many put some logs on the fire, drank some hot beverage and made New Year’s Day, a day to stay in. Not Father Ethan Moore. As is a tradition in Fort Loramie, after the …