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May 2022

I’m from St. Antoninus Parish on the Westside of Cincinnati. I am the 6th of 8 children. I had an uncle, Fr. Jim Willig, who faithfully served as a priest of this Archdiocese until his death in 2001. Also, I have a brother who is a priest of the Archdiocese, …

I am the son of Doug and Denise; the younger brother of Jason and Emma; and the older brother of Anna, Meredith, Elise, and Michael. My dad is a retired detective for the City of Cincinnati, and he formerly owned Bridgetown Hardware and Paint where I worked in high school. …

I grew up in Kokomo, Indiana along with most of my family members. I attended St. Joan of Arc and St. Patrick school and was also a parishioner of St. Joan of Arc. Both sides of the family were small and close knit, and it was not until after high …

I am 27 years old. Typical Catholic family – my parents will celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary the day after my First Mass (two days after my priestly ordination). My dad is an engineer. My mom works part-time at the parish office, babysits for my nieces and nephew. Growing up …

I grew up right outside of Louisville, Kentucky and I am the oldest of four children. I was homeschooled until high school and then graduated from the local public school. Growing up I was involved with my parish and really enjoyed being able to be an altar server. Both my …

My name is Uriel Santos. I was born in Mexico, but I am proud to serve the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. I was born into a Catholic family with a brother and a sister, and I began my catechesis when I was four years old. My first catechist was my dear …

My name is Deacon Chibueze, born and raised in Nigeria, in a family of four boys and one girl. I am the fifth child and the fifth son of my parents. I migrated to the United States in May 8th, 2016. I was a student of University of Dayton before …

Dr. Elizabeth Lev’s The Silent Knight: A History of St. Joseph as Depicted in Art is a worthy addition to the many works reviving devotion among the Christian faithful to this great saint. A visual treat, the text showcases finely reproduced images on almost every other page of semi-glossy paper. …

St. Joseph Church, outside Fort Recovery, has witnessed growth and change since its founding in 1839. Through it all the parish held their patron saint in high esteem and rallied around his strong example of faith, continuing the church’s care to this day, including its century-old ceiling mural honoring St. …