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In the archdiocese, there are “mother churches,” the first Catholic churches, for each region. In the East, that parish is St. Martin Church in Brown County. Thirty miles northeast of Cincinnati, Catholics began to settle in that area as early as 1820, though it was 10 years before the parish

September 2013 By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph  LYNCHBURG — It might be a family who has fallen on hard times due to the tough economy and needs assistance with the necessities or one who has lost everything in a fire or flood. Regardless of their situation, residents of

Commentary by Maryann Hudak I walked up to the microphone at the front of the ballroom, holding my notebook in the crook of my arm. It was Saturday, July 6, the second full day of the North American Ursuline Convocation at the Crowne Plaza in Cincinnati, and ideas were continuing

Press Release Two hundred Ursuline Sisters, their associates, friends and co-workers, along with members of the Companions of St. Angela (Merici, Ursuline foundress) from Chatham, Ontario, and members of the Company of St. Ursula gathered for the North American Ursuline Convocation July 4-7 in Cincinnati at the Crowne Plaza Hotel.

Wednesday, April 21, 2010 By Mike Dyer and Eileen Connelly, OSU ST. FRANCIS DE SALES DEANERY — Community outreach and service to others have been a tradition for the Ursuline Sisters of Cincinnati for 100 years, so when the idea of sponsoring a Habitat for Humanity house developed nearly two