by Gail Deibler Finke
If the idea of learning theology from something like BuzzFeed appeals to you, you’ll love Tweeting with God.
The idea is simple. A Dutch... Read More
Retreats, a world market/festival, a fashion show, a cemetery statue dedication, banquets and awards, an annual car and quilt show, night sky viewing, concerts, an open... Read More
A new conference aimed at teens will debut this summer, the latest in a growing raft of Archdiocese of Cincinnati-sponsored events aimed at helping people of all ages... Read More
Historic Calvary Cemetery in Dayton (OH) will dedicate a new statue of St. Kateri Tekakwitha next Wednesday, Earth Day, in a ceremony that will feature a talk by Sr.... Read More
It grew out of extending Encounter youth events to people of all ages.
“Vigil Praise,” an evening of Eucharistic Adoration and worship combined with music and more,... Read More
All about dates
Both 2 Samuel 6:19 and 1 Chronicles 16:3 references talk about David giving presents of food, including bread, wine, and a cake made with what are... Read More
The Priests’ Personnel Office announces the following assignments:
Effective March 7:
Fr. Thomas Wray to Parochial Vicar of St. Margaret of York Parish... Read More
Cincinnati’s Theology on Tap speaker series for young adults begins Thursday and will continue for six Thursdays at Cancun Restaurante in Norwood (OH).
The events,... Read More
On Saturday Pope Francis presented the official Bull of Induction, the document officially announcing an Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy, to cardinals at a special... Read More
Cleveland has become the latest Ohio diocese to add a morality clause to its contracts for all teachers, following Cincinnati and Columbus. Added last year to... Read More
From The Catholic Beat’s inbox, this post from Fr. John Bok, OFM’s, electronic newsletter:
On April 14 the Solemn Novena in honor of St. Anthony of Padua... Read More
Xavier University’s Cintas Center will host a memorial service for Lauren Hill tonight at 7 pm, following visitation from 4-6:30 pm. Both will be open to the... Read More
Dayton-born actor and activist flunked entrance exam so he could begin film and stage career
The University of Dayton will present Martin Sheen with an honorary doctor... Read More
Mercy in the City received a 2015 Christopher Award last week. This review by Senior Editor Gail Deibler Finke originally ran in OSV Newsweekly last year:
I read the... Read More
Lots of retreats this week, but lots more too: visit the National Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Our Lady of Fatima; celebrate Divine Mercy Sunday; see the Steep Canyon... Read More
“Fostering a Culture of Encounter with Young People,” a five-week Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) open to all, begins Sunday.
Presented by the National... Read More
Visitation and funeral services for Kelsie Crow, a Purcell Marian High School junior who was shot and killed Saturday after a birthday party at the YMCA in Walnut... Read More
A University of Dayton senior sustained life-threatening injuries after being struck by lightning in a campus parking lot Wednesday. The following letter from Bill... Read More
The National Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Our Lady of Fatima will visit Covington churches between April 10th and 30th, following an opening ceremony and Mass Friday at All... Read More
Not mentioned specifically in the Bible, Asparagus has been used as a vegetable and medicine since about 3000 BC. The ancient Egyptians and Syrians held it in high... Read More
by Ruthy Trusler
What should a young person consider when choosing a vocation to the single life, married life, or consecrated religious life?
Vocations were the focus... Read More
All five St. Anthony School (Taylor Mill, KY) students chosen by 4H representatives to compete in a county level speech competition came home with Blue Ribbons, and one... Read More
NOTES: These photos were in the National Register application. Credit Nathalie Wright for the house photo and Wright State University Archives for the Erma one.
A home... Read More
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If you’re one of the millions who tuned in to NBC’s A.D.: The Bible Continues... Read More