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The University of Dayton’s Center for Catholic Education launches a new award, Lumen Fidei (Light of Faith), to recognize an outstanding Ohio Catholic school teacher. “We well-know the vital importance that Catholic teachers serve in our statewide mission and want to thank them for their unwavering devotion to continued access …

The Province of the United States recommends to our fraternal prayers our dear brother Harold James BARTLETT priest, of the Marianist Community at Sienna Woods, in Dayton, OH who died in the service of the Blessed Virgin Mary on January 10, 2022, in Dayton at the age of 85 with …

The University of Dayton’s first building dedicated to visual and performing arts will be named for local entrepreneur and philanthropist Roger Glass ‘67, president and CEO of Marion’s Piazza. The Roger Glass Center for the Arts, at the southeast corner of Main and Stewart streets, will elevate the arts on …

Aware of their shared commitment to the ministries that put love into action and protect life and human dignity, several archdiocesan agencies and offices have joined their efforts. The new Department of Life, Human Dignity and Charity, includes Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio (CCSWO), Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley …

WHITEMAN AIR FORCE BASE, Mo. — Three different Air Force Global Strike Command bombers will conduct a first-of-its-kind trifecta flyover during the National Anthem performance at the fifty-fifth Super Bowl, Feb. 7, over Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. “We are very excited for Team Whiteman to lead the formation …

The University of Dayton on Jan. 22 announced that its newly renovated computer science academic building will be named in honor of Jessie Hathcock ‘30, the first African American woman to graduate from the University, a noted educator and humanitarian in the Dayton community. “Jessie Hathcock’s life includes an extraordinary …

Sister of Notre Dame de Namur Damienne Grismer enjoys a visit with MND students as part of the Adopt-A-Sister Club. (CT Photo/Walt Schaefer)
Sister Damienne Grismer, SNDdeN July 6, 1929 – January 15, 2021 “My daughter, what I ask with all my heart for you and for your sisters is a very great simplicity of heart and soul in all your behavior, the great liberty of the children of God.” (Saint Julie Billiart, …

Bereavement Ministry: A Christian Perspective Course Level: Intermediate Successful completion of this course earns 2.5 CEU’s. General Course Objectives Discovering grief from a Christian perspective Understanding bereavement, grief and loss – development of current understandings Reflecting on personal experiences of grief and loss Responding to people who are bereaved Living …

by Eileen Connelly, OSU Marianist Father Gene Contadino may have retired as pastor of St. Francis de Sales Parish in East Walnut Hills on Aug. 23, but his heart remains with the faith community and school he came to cherish during his 10-year tenure. “I’m sure in my head that …

I looked out over thousands of faces in the University of Dayton (UD) arena more than four years ago during my presidential installation and urged us to put a stake in the ground. Let us be “The University for the Common Good,” I said, humbly aware that UD doesn’t have …