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Denver, Colo., Aug 11, 2020 / 02:40 pm MT (CNA).- Star-gazing might not be the first thing that comes to mind when Catholics think of St. Lawrence, the early Christian martyr who was cooked to death by the Romans on an outdoor grill. But every August, Catholics have the chance

CNA Staff, Jun 26, 2020 / 05:00 am MT (CNA).- Somewhere between Mars and Jupiter there is a hunk of rock that now bears the name of a living English Catholic priest. Fr. Christopher Corbally said Wednesday that he was “thoroughly surprised” when he heard asteroid 119248 had been named

by Perry West Denver Newsroom, May 25, 2020 / 10:01 am MT (CNA).- Four medical school educators have said that fully to address a patient’s needs, physicians should begin asking questions about the patient’s spirituality and religion. A May 19 opinion piece in the Annals of Internal Medicine was written

SIDNEY, OH | February 28, 2020 – The Lehman Catholic Science Olympiad team placed 13th out of 23 teams, receiving several medals and ribbons, on Saturday, Feb. 15, 2020, at the Piqua Invitational. Ann Deafenbaugh, Angela Brunner and Alexis Bollinger placed third in Experimental Design; Ann Deafenbaugh and Max Schmiesing

Lehman Catholic Science Olympiad Team members who participated in the Regional Science Olympiad. Back Row: Casey Topp, Mary Deafenbaugh, Joshua George, Rebecca Sanogo, Ann Deafenbaugh, Nicholas Largent and Aaron Topp. Front Row: Lexy Casillas, Joe Ritze, Max Schmiesing, Angela Brunner and Emily Bornhorst. Not Pictured: Elias Bezy, Jacquie Schemmel and Michael O'Leary.
Sidney, Ohio: The Lehman Catholic Science Olympiad Team competed in the Regional Science Olympiad held Saturday, March 16, at Piqua High School for students from Shelby, Miami, Montgomery, Preble and Champaign counties. Lehman Catholic placed 6th out of 20 competing teams, 5th out of the competing schools and walked away

Many people reject religion and even leave the church today because they believe that religious faith is at odds with reasonable, scientific inquiry. You may have heard it before:      “I’ll believe in God if you can give me empirical proof that God exists.”      “How can I

“What’s going on?” a white-haired man asked, after making his way back through a long, narrow pub in Cincinnati’s Northside neighborhood. He was one of several curious patrons who made their way past the bar and the pool room and spillover space to a stage and event room crowded with young

Believe or not, a large number of students at Our Lady of Lourdes School in Western Hills are choosing a lab experience after lunch over the playground. “At lunchtime it is optional for our students. Rather than going to the cafeteria and playground, they can eat their lunch and go

Staff Report The Athenaeum of Ohio/Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the John Templeton Foundation via John Carroll University for the development and delivery of a course in religion and science. The grant is for a course titled, “Only Wonder Comprehends” to be taught