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Bishop Shelton J. Fabre of Houma-Thibodaux, chairman of the Ad Hoc Committee Against Racism, on the Death of George Floyd and the protests which have broken out in Minneapolis and in other cities in the United States.   The PDF for open-wide-our-hearts-bulletin-insert  

Enjoy the St. Xavier Virtual Choir performance by Ensemble X of O Magnum Mysterium by Evan Ramos St. Xavier Virtual Choir Part 1- Ensemble X from St. Xavier on Vimeo.

ARCHDIOCESE OF CINCINNATI COVID-19 DAILY UPDATE WITH DOMINICK ALBANO Friday, May 29th: Guests Mike Schafer Director of Communication and Mission Promotion, David Kissel and his son, Carson Kissel, Viral Video Specialist Thursday, May 28th: Guests Jennifer Schack, Director of Media Relation, Father Earl Fernandes, Pastor St. Ignatius Church Wednesday, May

Father Casey wants to tell you about the greatest band in the world that plays Christian music… even though the band itself isn’t Christian.

Many will tell graduates to “follow your passion” and live your life. I think that this is nonsense. Check out Father Casey’s Graduation speech that is sure to inspire our 2020 Graduates:

Father Mike Schmitz discusses there are four elements in the soil: 1. Teachings of the Apostles: Magisterial teaching of the Church, Sacred Scripture, and Tradition. 2. Communal Life (Fellowship): It’s not just me praying to Jesus. We need to share life somehow. 3. Breaking of the Bread: This refers to

This is a homily for the 3rd week of Easter.  Jesus appears to the disciples on the way to Emmaus, but it is only in the breaking of the bread that they truly see him. Meals are a means of encountering one another, and so I exhort you this week

Jesus tells us that if we knock, the door will be opened to us, that all who come to him in prayer will get what they want. But this isn’t always the case, is it? Sometimes, our prayers are not answered. What does this say about God, and how do

St. Boniface Flowers around the grounds of the Church. (Greg Hartman/CT Photo)
In honor of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, our Care for Creation Task Force recorded a virtual prayer service.

In Today’s Video Archbishop Daniel E. Pilarczyk gave brief talk given upon receiving the Daniel Kane award at the VLCFF Partners Convocation dinner, Feb. 4, 2010 at the University of Dayton. He breaks down the Catechism in about 5 minutes!