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St. Joseph has two feast days on the liturgical calendar. The first is March 19—Joseph, the Husband of Mary. The second is May 1—Joseph, the Worker. “Saint Joseph is a man of great spirit. He is great in faith, not because he speaks his own words, but above all because

Vatican City, Dec 27, 2020 / 04:16 am MT (CNA).- Pope Francis announced Sunday a special year dedicated to the family, marking the fifth anniversary of the publication of his apostolic exhortation Amoris Laetitia In his Angelus address Dec. 27, the feast of the Holy Family, the pope noted that

Pope Francis greets families of Vatican City employees Dec. 21, 2017. Credit: Vatican Media
By Courtney Mares Vatican City, Dec 29, 2019 / 05:30 am (CNA).- On the feast of the Holy Family of Nazareth Sunday, Pope Francis encouraged families to get off their cell phones and talk to one another. “In your family, do you know how to communicate with each other, or

“We fell in love with the people and the community” By Eileen Connelly, OSU For more than 55 years, Precious Blood Sister Carmelita Monnin joyfully served in Santiago, Chili. Her ministry inspired her niece and goddaughter Jane Pierron, pastoral associate for RCIA and adult programs at Immaculate Conception, Holy Family,

Father Len Wenke celebrates the 11th anniversary Mass for the Holy Family Latino community.
By Mary Bertonlini For The Catholic Telegraph  Hospitality was the reason Holy Family Church in Price Hill came into being, and it remains a priority today. Two major back-to-back floods in 1883 and 1884 drove people out of Cincinnati’s West End and up into Price Hill to live. St. Lawrence

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph Thomas Shaun Martin, former business manager for several parishes in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, was convicted of embezzling money and sentenced on March 19 to three years in prison and five years probation. He was also fined $10,000. A civil suit by the archdiocese

By Eileen Connelly, OSU  During his tenure as Archbishop of Cincinnati, the late Cardinal Joseph Bernardin recognized that the most valuable way the local church could help the urban poor was to provide children, regardless of their race, religion or economic circumstances, the opportunity for a Catholic school education. From