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Pope Francis speaks in an empty St. Peter's Square during a holy hour and extraordinary Urbi et Orbi blessing, March 27, 2020. Credit: Vatican Media/CNA
A beautiful Catholic News Agency video presenting the widely acclaimed and spiritually powerful Urbi et Orbi blessing by Pope Francis on March 27.

Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio is still serving local families in Greater Cincinnati during the COVID-19 pandemic. A message from Tony Stieritz

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 …

Father Mike gives us some advice about how we should respond to the coronavirus pandemic. He begins with the story of the recent pilgrimage he took to Israel amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Many of us worry about a lot. We live in fear and so hide from danger. Jesus tells us that we must let go of our worries and follow him. Check out Today’s Video from Father Casey Cole:

We’re beginning the second full week of Lent. We started new, a new adventure: even in the Archdiocese, the season of spring is changing our landscape. Yet, things can get bogged down, the hard work becomes task, and the excitement fades. In Today’s Video, Father Mike Schmitz looks at How …

Father Mike Schmitz: Lent is about transformation, but that transformation will be incomplete if we make it about ourselves. Instead of aiming for self-mastery alone this Lent, what is the key to living this Lent for others? Discipline is great, but there’s a step after that: being generous. Asking God …

Father Casey Cole OFM looks at Letting Go in this Lenten Study. If you want to follow Jesus, the first thing that you are going to need to let go of is yourself. Leave behind your delusions of grandeur, denial of your own goodness, and false selves, and be the …

Ash Wednesday is February 26, 2020. In Today’s video we take a look at last year’s 11:30 a.m. Mass at St. Peter in Chains, Cathedral:

Jesus told the young rich man in the Gospel to sell all that he had and follow after him. He was unwilling to do so, and missed out on being a disciple. Check out Father Casey’s Let GO reflection.