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Veteran’s Day

CNA Staff, Nov 11, 2020 / 12:24 am MT (CNA).- In a message for Veterans Day, the archbishop for the U.S. military services voiced thanks for donors and those who pray for Catholics in military service. “The fruits of your prayers and charitable acts enrich the lives of our Nation’s

Young Boy Scout and Scoutmaster place U.S. flags at graves of military veterans
Dear Lord, Today we honor our veterans, worthy men and women who gave their best when they were called upon to serve and protect their country. We pray that you will bless them, Lord, for their unselfish service in the continual struggle to preserve our freedoms, our safety, and our

W H A T | Adorned gravesites of deceased veterans W H E N | Wednesday, November 11, 2020 W H E R E | Gate of Heaven Cemetery: 11000 Montgomery Rd. Cincinnati OH 45349 Veteran gravesites will be adorned with American flags this year at Gate of Heaven Cemetery

Carroll High School became the first Catholic high school in the Dayton area to earn the Ohio Department of Education’s Purple Star Designation as a military friendly school. According to the ODE website, ‘The Purple Star Award for military-friendly schools recognizes schools that show a major commitment to students and

Staff Report Various schools across the Archdiocese of Cincinnati celebrated Veteran’s Day Nov. 10. At Guardian Angels in Mount Washington, students put on performances and wrote letters for veterans, who were invited to attend the annual event. More than 225 people attended including dozens of veterans, some of whom were

Mount St. Mary’s Seminary Before entering the seminary, Jason Williams was part of the team that ran and maintained the nuclear reactor on a fast attack submarine. “Even though all of the world looks the same from behind a control panel, it was still fascinating work. Yet as much as I

As November begins, here are a few family activities for the first few weeks in November. All Saints Day Sunday November 1st:  Take a large piece of paper, or poster size paper and write a “Family Litany of Saints.” You may want to do just the immediate family or the