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Father David E. Brinkmoeller Father Brinkmoeller died on Sept. 27, 2019. He was born on July 18, 1945, in Cincinnati, OH. He did his preparatory studies at St. Gregory Seminary and studied theology at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West in Norwood, OH. He was ordained on May 29,

GameDay Mass Times Welcome Bengal Fans and New York Jet Fans!!! On Sunday December 1st it is the First Week of Advent. The Cincinnati Bengals host the New York Jets at 1:00 p.m. Before the game or the tailgate check out our Mass Times at our downtown Catholic Churches near

Our staffers have been hitting the fish fry circuit. Production Manager Gail Finke shared these photos from the first two Fridays of Lent, with the following comments:   St. Francis Seraph School/Christian Moerlein Malt House Taproom (Over-the-Rhine)   “This is the fish fry featured in Enquirer food critic Polly Campbell’s

A spokesperson for The Kroger Company confirmed that the company’s Manufacturing Human Resources Department, based at the corporate headquarters in Cincinnati, donated $1,000 to families at St. Francis Seraph Catholic School in Over-The-Rhine. Traci Hooks, a volunteer coordinator at St. Francis Seraph, said the donation was initiated by a former

Staff Report Roughly 160 students and their chaperones made the walk from St. Francis Seraph Catholic School in Over-the-Rhine to the Archdiocese of Cincinnati central offices building in downtown Cincinnati for some trick-or-treating in a safe environment on Oct. 30. The students started on the eighth floor and worked their

Staff Report On Halloween a group of students from St. Francis Seraph Catholic school in Over-the-Rhine were given an opportunity to trick-or-treat in a safe place hours before the evening candy-seekers hit the streets.

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Staff Report Five players and several staff members from the Cleveland Cavaliers NBA franchise visited St. Francis Seraph Catholic elementary school on Oct. 22. The Cavaliers organization was there along with the humanitarian agency Samaritan’s Feet and volunteers from the Horseshoe Casino to wash the feet of nearly 160 underserved

By Eileen Connelly, OSU  During his tenure as Archbishop of Cincinnati, the late Cardinal Joseph Bernardin recognized that the most valuable way the local church could help the urban poor was to provide children, regardless of their race, religion or economic circumstances, the opportunity for a Catholic school education. From