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Visitors from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati celebrate the Feast of Our Lady of Soledad with locals in the Diocese of Puerto Escondido, on the Pacific coast of Mexico. (Courtesy Photo)
TWINNING PARISHES 2020 All Saints, Cincinnati – Holy Land Outreach to Promote Education, Palestine Ascension,Dayton – Neustra Senora de La Luz, Peru Fort Recovery Cluster Parish Cluster & St. Anthony, Cold Water Cluster  – Precious Blood Sisters and the Sisters of the Adorers of the Blood of Christ, Guatemala Guardian

Pictured are the Class of 2018 seniors who took on the "Got Veggies?" topic for their Capstone project. Their work won the Sister Dorothy Stang Award from the archdiocese.
By Susie Bergman Small groups are making a big difference at Chaminade Julienne High School (CJHS) in Dayton. The Catholic high school, founded on the Marianists and Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur orders, has cultivated an atmosphere of faith in action (with a hint of good-natured competitiveness) through the

By Susie Bergman Imagine boarding a plane to leave the comfort and security of your homeland to begin a mission solely focused on relationship-building with people you’ve never met. It’s a mission that will take you to places you have never experienced before, with an unfamiliar culture and a significant

Baptized and Sent: The Church of Christ on Mission in the World Dear Brothers and Sisters, For the month of October 2019, I have asked that the whole Church revive her missionary awareness and commitment as we commemorate the centenary of the Apostolic Letter Maximum Illud of Pope Benedict XV

World Mission Sunday was celebrated on Sunday, October 21. A Mass was held at St. Benedict the Moor Parish in Dayton.

Greetings Fellow Catholics in Mission, In his message for this year’s World Mission Sunday, Pope Francis specifically invites young people who want to follow Christ, to seek, to discover and to persevere in their vocation. Observed by the Catholic Church on the penultimate Sunday of October every year, World Mission

By Gail Finke The nearly two hundred men, women, and students who attended the US Catholic Mission Association (USCMA) national conference in Cincinnati last month come from different areas of the world and in serve different ways, but they all agree on one thing: Mission isn’t something you do, it’s

The World Mission Sunday Mass was held on Oct. 23, 2016 at St. Benedict the Moor Parish in Dayton. The celebrant of the Mass was Bishop Joseph Binzer. Afterward there was a celebration of  fellowship and entertainment with local Catholics from the Rwandan, Nigerian, Ghanaian, Korean, Vietnamese, Filipino, Indian Syro-Malabar, Anglo, African-American, and

  Dear Missionary Disciples, As our Holy Father was initiating the Holy Year of Mercy, he explained that the Church must “keep alive the desire to know how to welcome the numerous signs of the tenderness which God offers to the whole world and, above all, to those who suffer,

Staff Report World Mission Sunday was celebrated on Oct. 18 in churches locally and across the globe.