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Each morning at St. Peter in Chains Cathedral there is a 7:00 a.m. Mass. On this day, several hundred were in attendance as the relics of St. Padre Pio arrived. From 8:00 a.m. until 6:30 p.m., thousands of the faithful gathered to venerate the relics. Throughout the day, there were

Reverend John E. Wall passed away on April 20, 2021, in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was born on September 13, 1931 in Cincinnati. He did his preparatory studies at St. Gregory Seminary, Cincinnati and studied theology at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West, Norwood, Ohio. He was ordained on May

by Father Kyle Schnippel On Aug. 19, 2020, Cincinnati Reds Broadcaster Thom Brennaman uttered an ill-conceived and ill-advised homophobic slur as the broadcast returned to air. Thinking his mic was still dead, he spoke a word that was full of hatred and bigotry towards those who experience same sex attraction,

VATICAN CITY — With more than 120 pilgrims from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati in attendance in St. Peter’s Basilica, Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr received the pallium from Pope Benedict XVI June 29, the feast of Sts. Peter and Paul. Placing a woolen band around the shoulders of 38 new archbishops

Father Kyle Schnippel (r), Father Jacob Willig (l)
When the Ohio Bishop’s Conference announced the suspension of public Masses to prevent the spread of COVID-19, things changed dramatically for both priests and parishioners. Although it was for a just cause, parishioners found themselves generally unable to receive the Eucharist and priests found their primary touch point with worshipers

By Michelle Dushensky When “One Faith, One Hope, One Love” kicked off at Corpus Christi Church in the fall of 2015, the parish was tasked with raising $800,000 to support the historic archdiocesan campaign. Thanks to the incredible generosity of its parishioners, Corpus Christi has received pledges above and beyond

Last year, a sold out crowd gathered to watch a demonstration by  Fr. Leo cooking  Penne Vodka. After dinner and a  night of fellowship, there was  and a friendly cookoff between the two priests, which featured ingredients such as turkey, Cincinnati’s Barbeque Grippo Potato Chips, and quail eggs. Check out the

Father Kyle and Father Leo prepare to do battle. (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
On January 20, an enlightening evening of cooking took place before a sold-out crowd at St. John Neumann Parish. The stars of the show were Father Leo Patalinghug, guest chef from Baltimore Maryland, and the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s own Father Kyle Schnippel. Born in the Philippines and raised in Baltimore, Father

Father Kyle Schnippel giving the viewing party participants a primer before the show. (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
More than 100 people gathered at St. John Neumann Church in Pleasant Run Farms to watch their pastor, Father Kyle Schnippel, compete in “The Great American Cooking Show” Thursday. Spoiler alert: He isn’t going to win. At the end of the second episode (two are aired each Thursday for three

Elias Mwesigye was in for a shock when he found his long-lost benefactors. As a student in Uganda, Mwesigye received a tuition sponsorship from a U.S. couple, “Dave and Joanne,” via a children’s fund. He and the couple exchanged letters through fund managers, so he never had their direct address