Every Friday we share one of the stories from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s “One Faith, One Hope, One Love” campaign — the Archdiocese of... Read More
This guest post by Toni Cashnelli originally appeared as “Market ‘gallery’ takes the cake” in SJB eNews Notes, an online publication of the Franciscan Friars,... Read More
Cincinnati Catholic entrepreneur Lou Groen (1917-2011) invented the Filet-O-Fish sandwich to keep customers from going to Frisch’s on Fridays. Doris Day sang at... Read More
Can one tweet change everything?
For Mark Lane, the Son Rise Morning Show’s new associate producer, the journal of a thousand miles began with one tweet in late... Read More
Catechist, retreat leader with unique style name Communicator of the Year
Northside (OH) resident Tom “the Space Painter” Sparough will receive The Salesian... Read More
Sr. Nicole Trahan, FMI, a teacher at Chaminade Julienne High School in Dayton (OH), will take her final vows as a Marianist sister Saturday afternoon at the University... Read More
By the Staff of the National Shrine of St. Anthony
Br. Gabriel Balassone recently celebrated his Golden Jubilee and his 80th birthday. After 50 years as a friar, the... Read More
Linda Wolff, a fifth-grade teacher at St. Antoninus School in Delhi (OH) won the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s Year of Faith iPad Mini giveaway this month.
“I was so... Read More
For many people in the region, Badin High School junior Ellen Andrews is the face of recovery from a chronic, often debilitating illness.
Last year the Southwest Ohio... Read More
To Michael Montgomery of Buyers Protection Group, an inspection by a structural engineer does more than help people avoid unnecessary or misdiagnosed repairs: It helps... Read More
Four men will be ordained to the priesthood for Cincinnati tomorrow at the Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains. Here is a little about two of them:
Deacon Marc Soellner
A... Read More
For the first time in the soccer championship’s six-year history, the United States has won the Clericus Cup — the championship trophy hotly contested contested... Read More
This guest post by Christina Mead originally ran as “God and Tennis: An Interview with Emmy Kaiser” at Life Teen’s web site, www.lifeteen.com.
How... Read More
The oldest of four children, Br. Jeffry Steel grew up in Loveland (OH), where his family still lives. A alumnus of Royalmont Academy in Mason (OH), a private Catholic... Read More
Part two: A communicator from the first
Understanding Dr. Jack Willke’s switch from Right to Life’s most successful president ever to founding Life Issues... Read More
Part one: Anything but Discouraged
After more than 40 years fighting abortion, Dr. Jack Willke is anything but discouraged. The end of abortion is in sight, he says, in... Read More
Sara Schindler followed a 15-year career as a stay-at-home mom with a 13-year career in sales and human services at Procter & Gamble. Through it she balanced... Read More
He’s here on his “long experiment” (yes, there is a “short experiment”), part of the 11-year Jesuit formation process. So far, says St. Louis native Matt... Read More
Steve and Vivian Koob, founders of One More Soul and Elizabeth’s New Life Center, were given the Cardinal John J. O’Connor Pro-life Award at the Legatus Society’s... Read More