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Twenty years ago, during the AIDS crisis, many Africans said, “You’re either infected or affected.” In this time of pandemic, many could say the same. If we haven’t personally suffered the loss of a loved one, we know someone who has. Everyone has seen the death tolls of those who

Experience the first Catholic men’s conference that started it! 2021 Cincinnati Men’s Conference – Saturday, March 13th, 2021 8:00 a.m. The 2021 conference is shaping up to be an INCREDIBLE one. The speakers will be in person at the venue. We are allowing a live audience up to a certain

by John Stegeman Parishioners and students at St. Ignatius of Loyola in Monfort Heights delighted in an early November visit from Archbishop Christophe Pierre, the Aposotlic Nuncio to the U.S. The occasion for Archbishop Pierre’s visit was the 50th anniversary of the dedication of St. Ignatius’ present church building, but

CNA Staff, Jul 31, 2020 / 10:00 am MT (CNA).- Since 2014, Fr. Roger Dawson has run a retreat house in the idyllic countryside of north Wales. When the U.K. went into lockdown in March, he was forced to cancel retreats. But he was determined to find a new way

Father Earl Fernandes has been named Pastor of St. Ignatius Loyola in Monfort Heights. He has been a member of the Staff of the Apostolic Nunciature in Washington, D.C. for the past three and a half years. Prior to that, from 2008-2016, he was the Dean of the Athenaeum of

Updated August 29, 2019: During the weekend of July 27-28 it was announced at Masses that Father Geoff Drew, pastor of St. Ignatius Parish in Cincinnati, is on administrative leave. No further details were provided, which left many feeling frustrated. On Monday, July 29, parishioners attended a meeting at St.

Today the Archdiocese of Cincinnati held a press conference to address Father Geoff Drew being placed on leave. The following relates the series of events that led to this course of action: • In 2013 and again in 2015, the central office of the archdiocese received concerns from St. Maximilian

By Erin Schurenberg For many Catholics, the celebration of the resurrection of our Lord begins with a special breakfast and continues after Mass with a big family dinner. What is served and whether that menu differs yearly seems to vary greatly. Early Christian converts carried over the Jewish tradition of

Healing Masses for those grieving the loss of an unborn child, including to miscarriage, stillbirth and abortion, are scheduled for April 29 at 7 p.m., at four locations in the archdiocese. The Masses will be held at St. Ignatius Loyola Parish 5222 North Bend Rd. Cincinnati, 45247 St. Veronica Parish