St. Anthony of Padua Maronite
By Erin Schurenberg During the Lenten season, the opportunities for food, fellowship and fun abound at area fish fries. Most happen weekly for the first six Fridays in Lent. Other fish fries are more likely to be one-time events. With the occasional rare exception, such as that of St. Anthony
Roman Catholics, Eastern Rite Catholics and Orthodox will gather together in prayer at an upcoming event organized by the One Church of Mercy Committee. The prayer service is scheduled for Saturday, March 10, at St. Anthony of Padua Maronite Catholic Church, 2530 Victory Pkwy., Cincinnati. It begins with welcoming reception
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By Gail Finke Bill Sockey has seen thousands of churches and schools in his nine years as custodian of the National Pilgrim Statue of Our Lady of Fatima, but St. Anthony of Padua Maronite Catholic Church in Walnut Hills might have been his first Maronite parish. “I’ve been to some Byzantine
In the first weekend of June it was Big Ten Festival Weekend. The CT headed out to grab some photos at Cincitalia sponsored by St. Catharine of Siena in Westwood, and St. Anthony of Padua Lebanese Festival Mahrajan! Check out The Catholic Telegraph’s comprehensive Festival Guide by clicking here St.