Father Ryan Ruiz
On the Implementation in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati of the motu proprio of the Holy Father, Pope Francis TRADITIONIS CUSTODES
I. Celebrations of Mass in Designated Locations a. According to Traditionis Custodes Art. 3, §2, Masses according to the Missal of 1962 may be celebrated for groups of the faithful who have a particular devotion to this form of the Mass, and directs the diocesan bishop to designate one or
From the Cathedral Basilica of St. Peter in Chains in Cincinnati, Ohio. During the Mass, the symbols granted in virtue of the church’s designation as a minor basilica, the ombrellino and tintinnabulum, were processed in and enshrined.
by Father Ryan T. Ruiz After months of no public Masses, church doors are open again. But in the age of live-streaming Mass directly into homes, why should Catholics continue to attend Mass in person on Sundays? March 8, 2020: the day on which Catholics of this archdiocese were last
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph ROME — The first black smoke billowed from the chimney of the Sistine Chapel at 7:41 Rome time (2:41 EDT). Less than 20 minutes later Father Ryan Ruiz, a Cincinnati priest studying in Rome, took the time to speak with The Catholic Telegraph about
Father Ryan Ruiz, a priest from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati studying in Rome, attended Pope Benedict XVI’s final General Audience on Wednesday. With the unique perspective of having been present for the historic event, Father Ruiz took the time to share his experiences with the folks back home in Cincinnati
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph ROME, Italy — Like other major world events, many will remember exactly where they were when they heard that Pope Benedict XVI was going to resign. Most in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati were likely checking the morning news online, or on television but