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Explore your Call An introductory Vocational Dinner and Discussion Wednesday, February 19, 2020: 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Holy Cross Catholic Church, 1924 Leo St., Dayton 45404 All 18-35 year old men and women who are mildly curious or seriously discerning consecrated life are invited tinyurl.com/eycdayton Retreats at St. Cecilia

Kansas City, Mo., Jan 28, 2020 / 09:31 pm (CNA).- Catholics in Missouri and across the country remembered Fr. Evan Harkins Tuesday as a good priest, and urged prayer for the repose of his soul. The Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph announced the priest’s death on Jan. 28. Harkins “had

DELHI TOWNSHIP, OHIO – Jan. 28, 2020 – Sister of Charity of Cincinnati Julia Mary Deiters died Jan. 24, 2020 at the age of 93 in Mother Margaret Hall, the nursing facility of the Sisters of Charity. Sister Julia Mary was born Rosemary Julia Deiters on March 16, 1926, to

In Today’s Video, Father Casey Cole talks about his unique situation as a new priest: which brings good news and bad news and what we are facing in vocations in the 21st century. Father Casey’s Good News: Father Casey’s Bad News: In times like these we do need to pray

Cincinnati OH – January 7, 2020 – Sister of Notre Dame de Namur Marie Shields died December 31, 2019 in Cincinnati, OH, at the age of 81. A native of Chicago, IL, she was in her 64th year of religious life. In 1958, Sister Marie began 14 years of teaching

By Susie Bergman In North Star, OH, nestled on the border of Mercer and Darke Counties, a strong lineage of brotherly vocations continues to emerge. This one-church, one-stoplight town is home to only 229 residents, but many could argue that the Barga (pronounced Bar-gee) family makes up most of them.

One of Cecilia Brendel’s favorite works is that of Father Angelo Caserta. (Courtesy Photo)
It was announced this morning at our Piqua Parishes, St. Boniface and St. Mary, that Father Angelo Caserta has passed away. Father Angelo Caserta celebrated his 100th birthday in December. Father Angelo was born in Piqua Ohio and attended Saint Boniface school. He was ordained on February 24, 1945. Funeral

by Susie Bergman Every runner knows that the act of running a race is not without difficulties and challenges. There are things that can trip them up, or even slow them down, along the way. Good runners need proper training, endurance and discipline. The same can also be said for

Front Row: Sr. Luisa Bayate, Sr. Alma Lagberg, Sr. Anna Marie Covely Back Row: Sr. Vickie Griner, Sr. Mary Anthony Nelson, Sr. Dianne Short, Sr. Ann Bartko, Sr. Doris Gerke, Sr. Dianne Short, Sr. Rita Cheong and Sr. Mary Pia Malaboror
The Cincinnati Poor Clares have recently welcomed two of their Memphis Sisters to their community. “This has been a 14-month process with our Memphis Sisters, and we are blessed to have Sr. Alma and Sr. Anthony as part of our Cincinnati community. They are settling in and getting to know

By John Stegeman When 21-year-old math and secondary education major Aaron Wessman would clean the halls of the theology department at St. John’s University, a certain priest would often be in the way. Time after time, young man and the priest met in the hallways, and eventually, the seed of