St. John the Baptist
by CNA Staff Denver Newsroom, Jun 23, 2021 / 06:30 am Saint John the Baptist finds himself in elite company. Together with St. Joseph he is one of only two saints besides the Blessed Virgin Mary to have more than one feast day and he and the Blessed Virgin Mary
John the Baptist spent his adult life preparing the way for Jesus, and proclaiming that “the Kingdom of Heaven is close at hand.”. He was born to Zachary and Elizabeth, an elderly married couple. The Angel Gabriel had visited Zachary and told him that his wife would bear a child,
The Nativity of John the Baptist on June 24 comes three months after the celebration on March 25 of the Annunciation, when the angel Gabriel told Mary that her cousin Elizabeth was in her sixth month of pregnancy, and six months before the Christmas celebration of the birth of Jesus.
Megan Walsh The Catholic Telegraph New principals from Catholic schools throughout the archdiocese came together in late July for the first ever ‘Principal Boot Camp’ coordinated by the archdiocesan Catholic Schools Office. “The weekend was about connecting them with their faith and helping them understand how it impacts their leadership,”
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph Thomas Shaun Martin, former business manager for several parishes in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, was convicted of embezzling money and sentenced on March 19 to three years in prison and five years probation. He was also fined $10,000. A civil suit by the archdiocese
June 28, 2011 By Eileen Connelly, OSU ST. MARYS DEANERY — As Uppie Berning walked to Mass on a recent Sunday, the morning fog lifted to reveal the tall steeple of St. John the Baptist Church in Maria Stein rising in the distance. For Berning, a member of the parish
Friday, July 2, 2010 St. John the Baptist Parish celebrates 150th anniversary By Eileen Connelly, OSU ST. MARGARET MARY DEANERY — The stifling heat and humidity of a summer day didn’t stop the celebration as members of St. John the Baptist Parish in Dry Ridge gathered on June 26 for