Some Catholic Events This Week:
Through Jan. 25, The University of Dayton’s Annual Nativity Scene Display at the Marian Library/International Research Institute.... Read More
From terror to hope
The new album by Indiana’s Fr. Claude “Dusty” Burns (stage name: Fr. Pontifex) starts with terror and ends with hope.
The first track, The... Read More
Native Cincinnati actor will attend film’s local premiere.
Greater Cincinnati native Michael Loos, a star of The Gospel Writer’s Autgraphs, will be at the... Read More
All area teens are invited to a special Teen Mass at Xavier University’s Bellarmine Chapel this Sunday at 2 pm.
Designed by an XU Learning Team, the Chapel’s pastor... Read More
1000 Words is a feature highlighting a single photo. Here, participants in the recent St. Clement parish (St. Bernard, OH) bring up gifts to the altar.
You can see all... Read More
For the fifth year in a row, intrepid students at Xavier University (Cincinnati) stripped down to their essentials to raise money for an interfaith medical mission.
The... Read More
Thrift Shop Will Open with Blessing
The Franciscan Sisters of the Poor will open a new thrift shop Friday at the St. Clare Convent in Hartwell (OH).
The Franciscan... Read More
Pistachios, Pomegranates, and White Chocolate Bark
Genesis 43:11 ”Load your donkeys with the best products of the land. Take them to the man as gifts –... Read More
Annual coat, food, and toy drives end soon, still accepting donations
Coat Drive Ends Saturday
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul/5 Cares Coat Drive ends Saturday,... Read More
Solemn Candlelit Latin Mass Greets Dawn
Old St. Mary’s Church in Over-the-Rhine (Cincinnati) invites all to a solemn rorate votive Mass in honor of the Blessed Virgin... Read More
1000 Words is a feature highlighting a single photo. Here, St. Clare (College Hill/Cincinnati) parishioners and World War II Army veteran Gene Achs and Navy veteran Lou... Read More
New soccer team joins Minor Prophets basketball team
The Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West basketball team began its short season last month even as it fields its... Read More
UPDATE: EVENT POSTPONED UNTIL JAN. 25 BECAUSE OF POSSIBLE SNOW STORM
Fundraiser sends teams on NKY scavenger hunt
St. Henry District High School in Erlanger (KY) will... Read More
1000 Words is a feature highlighting a single photo. Here, Boy Scouts burn American flags in a Veterans Day flag retirement ceremony at St. Margaret of York Church... Read More
UPDATED!! Upcoming Events before Christmas
Dec. 1-3, Parish Ministry on Christ’s Healing Love with Fr. Gregory Bramlage at St. Antoninus Church... Read More
1000 Words is a feature highlighting a single photo. Here, students at Immaculate Heart of Mary School in Burlington (KY) enjoy a Thanksgiving feast.
You can see all... Read More
Some Catholic events this week:
Nov. 30, Opening Event for the University of Dayton’s Annual Nativity Scene Display at the Marian Library/International Research... Read More
The following statement was issued by the White House Tuesday, Nov. 26th, after the Supreme Court announced it would hear the Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties... Read More
Erlanger girl gives blankets to neighbors in need
St. Henry School fourth-grader Claire Hulett was getting ready to celebrate her 10th birthday when she saw a notice in... Read More
First Communion Painting to Center Exhibit
A recent acquisition by Mt. Healthy (OH) native Elizabeth Nourse, a favorite with Cincinnati art lovers, is the centerpiece of... Read More
George Washington’s original designation
Thanksgiving was first proclaimed a national holiday by President George Washington, but was commemorated on different... Read More
While the rest of us get ready for turkey dinner at home tomorrow morning, new Thomas More College President David Armstrong will be in Cleveland suiting up for a local... Read More
Two cases to be combined
The Supreme Court announced yesterday that it would hear two cases — one by retailer Hobby Lobby, which has won its appeals, and one by... Read More