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From EWTN News Nightly, May 6, 2020 Carson Kissell is a remarkable young man. Despite the fact he suffers from a very painful skin condition called Epidermolysis Bullosa, he always has a smile on his face and has great faith. Carson also broadcasts live on Facebook every day, praying the

In our 198th year as an Archdiocese, we celebrate the 150th Opening Day of Cincinnati Reds Baseball in the Findlay Market Opening Day Parade. (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
Today was supposed to be MLB’s Opening Day. The Parade would start at Noon, and the Cincinnati Reds hosting the St. Louis Cardinals at 4:10 p.m.. The Forecast for today is amazing, partly to mostly cloudy, temps in the low 70’s! Life has changed for all of us, so patience

In Today’s Video we look at December, last year in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Our crew went to St. Francis Seraph’s live Nativity, Moerlein Center’s Naitvity displays,  Lessons and Carols at the Athenaeum, The Rorate Mass at Old St. Mary’s, The Christmas Gift store at St. Vincent DePaul Society, The

Last year, then Brother Casey Cole made a stop in Cincinnati on his Mission Tour. He spoke at a two-night mission at the Clifton church. A highlight from that misson: Brother Casey wrapped up his mission talk by comparing this to the whole process of aging: No matter how hard

Each year, youth from across the Archdiocese of Cincinnati gather for a week retreat named Abide. This “full immersion” experience conference gives our young women and men an opportunity to learn what it means to be a missionary disciple of Jesus Christ. At the end of the gathering they journey

Last year the CT squad headed to the Maria Stein Shrine for their annual CountryFest! Check out the images below: For more on this year’s Maria Stein Shrine Festival and others in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, click here

Mother of Mercy High School celebrated and said good-bye on June 2, 2018 with Mass, school tours, live music on the lawn, great food and of course fellowship and friendship, some of those decades old. Here’s a video of walking through the school, and saying good-bye one last time.

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph The bright lights of national media rarely focus on Division III college basketball, but on Nov. 2, 116 members of said media were credentialed for a Mount St. Joseph University women’s basketball game. The attention had little to do with the actual contest between

Throughout Lent, many will participate in the Stations of the Cross throughout the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. The stations grew out of pilgrims travelling to Jerusalem and walking the Via Dolorosa to Calvary. In Today’s Throwback Thursday, last spring La Salle High School football players continued that tradition in a very