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by Bonny Van When more than 500 men – fathers, husbands, sons, brothers, religious and faithful – gather in downtown Cincinnati on Sat., Oct. 17, they will be walking with Jesus in the lead for the sixth annual Men’s Holy Name Society Eucharistic Procession. The event, which began in 2015,

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

DELHI TOWNSHIP, OHIO – Feb. 18, 2020 – Sister of Charity of Cincinnati Helen Margaret Cullen died Feb. 12, 2020, at the age of 93 in Mother Margaret Hall, the nursing facility of the Sisters of Charity. Sister Helen Margaret was born Honora Cullen on July 8, 1926, to Walter

Now is the time to call all Catholic men to be involved in the New Evangelization by being public witnesses to our Catholic faith. On cool, clear October Saturday morning, hundreds of Men and Seminarians began their weekend at the Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains for Mass at 8:00

By Eileen Connelly, OSU You’re never too old to go back to school. Just ask Elizabeth Burnside. At 54, the mother of two and grandmother of four began classes at Chatfield College, working toward an associate degree in liberal arts. Burnside admittedly overcame many obstacles in order to continue her

Father Peter Helmlinger A Mass of Christian Burial for Father Peter Helmlinger was celebrated June 18 at Holy Angels Church in Sidney. Father Helmlinger, 65, died June 10. A native of Sidney, Father Helmlinger received a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Thomas More College and a Master of Divinity from

St. Joseph Catholic Grade School, located at Linn St. and Ezzard Charles Dr., needs tutors for their Homework Club. The club, which meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:15 – 5:30, uses adult volunteers to tutor students grades 1 – 8 needing extra help. Tutors can come either Tuesdays or Thursdays

Years ago, a little girl named Rosa, only in the first grade at the time, was hit by a car in a local neighborhood and left seriously injured. Her family, joined by their parish priest, gathered at her bedside. The sisters who taught at her school joined in prayer for

Sixty-five young people gathered last week with youth ministers, priests, deacons, Children of Mary sisters, and 15 college assistants for a “full immersion” conference on what it means to be a missionary disciple of Jesus Christ. At the end of the gathering all 100 engaged on hands-on ministry in downtown

Several of the people who stopped to help posed for this group photo. About 10 people, all of them homeless, helped with the cleanup over the course of the morning, said Sister Marie-Cecile. COURTESY PHOTO
Sister Marie-Cecile was in the parking lot and Father Jon-Paul Bevak was getting ready for catechism class in the hall next to Old St. Mary’s church when they heard the brakes squeal. It’s Over-the-Rhine,” said Father Bevak. “It’s not unusual.” But this time it was anything but usual, even for