Lebanon Correctional Institution
by Jennifer Schack At Christmas Masses around the archdiocese, churches filled with bustling families and friends snuggled tightly into pews to celebrate the birth of our Lord. Lights, trees and wreaths filled churches to accompany the joy of the beautiful feast day. But there was at least one Christmas Mass
On December 26 Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr, Transitional Deacon Chris Komoroski, and Father Jason Williams traveled to the Lebanon Correctional Facility in Warren County to celebrate Mass and to confer the rites of baptism and confirmation. (Photos by Emma Cassani)
Composer and pianist Eric Genuis played hope and grace into existence before a crowd of more than 50 inmates at Lebanon Correctional Institution on Oct. 23. The concert, organized by Marty Arlinghaus, director of prison ministry for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, was part of Genuis’ “Concerts for Hope” series. Genuis
Composer and pianist Eric Genuis played hope and grace into existence before a crowd of more than 50 inmates at Lebanon Correctional Institution on Oct. 23.
Promoting Second Chances Through Damascus Everyone deserves a second chance and the opportunity to discover God’s purpose for them. Firm in this belief, Christine and Todd Marallen established a program called Damascus in 2015. Damascus helps previously incarcerated citizens return to life outside prison by helping them acquire and maintain
Thirteen incarcerated women and men experienced the sense of hope and promise of new life that accompanies this season when they were welcomed into the Catholic Church during Easter Masses at three area prisons. Bishop Joseph R. Binzer presided at the joyous liturgies held at Lebanon Correctional Institution (LeCI), Warren