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By CNA Staff Denver Newsroom, Nov 20, 2021 / 13:47 pm The Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe, celebrated this year on Nov. 21, also is referred to as the Feast of Christ the King, Christ the King Sunday, or Reign of Christ Sunday. While the concept

St. Joseph’s example of faith, humility and courage has inspired local artist Holly Schapker to share her talents to create images of the saint during this Year of St. Joseph. Schapker, whose studio is in a renovated 140-year-old building in Over-the-Rhine, is a 1992 graduate of Xavier University’s art program.

The artwork that lines the walls, windows and altars of our Catholic churches point the faithful to higher ideals. Throughout the decades, many notable artists in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati have contributed their talents to this endeavor, leaving their marks of faith for generations to enjoy. Gerhard Lamers (1871-1964) •

Written by Gail Finke Illustrated by Emma Cassani Our Lord Christ the King Church, founded in 1926 in Cincinnati’s Mt. Lookout neighborhood, was the first parish named for Our Lord under the title “King.” Its school, Cardinal Pacelli, was named for a visitor who later became a pope. The interior

Christ the King parishioners meet online to pray the Rosary. The parish uses technology to provide its parishioners with alternatives to traditional worship.
Religious denominations across the United States were faced with an unexpected challenge this spring: how to provide alternatives to traditional worship in view of the COVID-19 shutdown. At Christ the King Parish, staff turned to technology to bridge the gap between church services–such as Easter Mass and the praying of

The Feast of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe, on November 24, 2019, was like no other. The Most Rev. Archbishop Dennis Schnurr  offered Mass to solemnly enthrone Our Lord Jesus on the altar and proclaim Him King of the Universe and King of America. All were invited

yler Nilson (left), David Thies (center), and Michael Schwartz (right) on the set of The Peanut Butter Falcon.
By Alisa Fisher For David Thies, the road to The Peanut Butter Falcon began at a local bike shop, Going Mobile Bikes and Boards. This was the name of Thies’ bike shop in Hyde Park in the 1990s. There, Thies met a professional cyclist named John Stamstad who was going

The Most Reverend Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr celebrates the Eucharist during the Mass celebrating the dedication and blessing of The Cross and Crown Atrium at Our Lord Christ the King Church. (Left to right) Deacon Don Gloeckler, Reverend Frank Voellmecke, Archbishop Dennis Schnurr, Reverend Bob Obermeyer, and Pastor Ed Smith. (Courtesy Photo
On Sunday, November 25 the Christ the King Parish community gathered together for a momentous occasion: the blessing and dedication of The Cross and Crown Atrium on the Solemnity of Christ the King. The Most Reverend Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr, Archbishop of Cincinnati, presided at the 5:00 pm Mass and

Father Thomas Espelage A Mass of Christian Burial for Father Thomas Espelage was celebrated Oct. 16 at St. John the Evangelist Church in Deer Park. Bishop Joseph R. Binzer presided. Father Espelage, 75, died Oct. 2. A Cincinnati native, Father Espelage did his preparatory studies at St. Gregory Seminary and

It was all smiles at St. Francis DeSales. From left to right Mrs. Pam Forte and Ms. Greta Brandon(cook, School Receptionist and mother and grandmother to many SFDS alumni (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
Our New Media Editor Greg Hartman missed the first week of the fish fry season – but made up for it by hitting three fish fries on week two. “It was fairly warm for the last Friday in February and a very cloudy evening,” he said, “yet enthusiasm was out in droves as