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Lenten Fish Fry’s February 28 and most Fridays during Lent Make it a family tradition meeting family and friends, and making new friends at your parish fish fry. Oh yes, and enjoy great food. Click here for your parish fish fry or a fish fry near you.

When I tell Ohioans we moved our family here from Louisiana, one of their first responses, without fail, is a look of incredulity followed by the question, “Well what do you think of this weather?” I smile and reply, “I don’t mind the cold so much, but all these gray

Father Mike Schmitz: Lent is about transformation, but that transformation will be incomplete if we make it about ourselves. Instead of aiming for self-mastery alone this Lent, what is the key to living this Lent for others? Discipline is great, but there’s a step after that: being generous. Asking God

Father Casey Cole OFM looks at Letting Go in this Lenten Study. If you want to follow Jesus, the first thing that you are going to need to let go of is yourself. Leave behind your delusions of grandeur, denial of your own goodness, and false selves, and be the

Lenten Fish Fry’s February 28 and most Fridays during Lent Make it a family tradition meeting family and friends, and making new friends at your parish fish fry. Oh yes, and enjoy great food. Click here for your parish fish fry or a fish fry near you.

The Catholic Spelunker by Dominick Albano The most important party you can go to this month CISE is throwing a party on Saturday, March 7, at Rhinegeist Brewery! It’s food, drinks and prizes for a good cause. CISE’s mission, which the party supports, is to provide a Catholic education to

As most Catholics are well aware, Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the liturgical season of Lent. And, of course, almost everyone associates Lent with giving something up, even if they do not understand the penitential importance of the season. “I gave that up for Lent” is a common refrain,

Staff Report Ash Wednesday is February 26. 2020. Below are some of the rules and regulations binding on Roman Catholics on Ash Wednesday and throughout the penitential season of Lent.

By the time you read this, I will be two months into Exodus 90. I’ll also be hungry – very, very hungry. In case you’re wondering, no, there are not 90 chapters in the Book of Exodus. Exodus 90 is a 90-day spiritual exercise for men, a kind of personal

Lent is upon us. Even those who do not share our faith or celebrate this penitential season are typically aware of it. They see “Lenten specials” offered at restaurants and hear their friends refer to what they “gave up for Lent.” Yes, Lent is a time for small sacrifices in