Beginning Wednesday, we moved our weekly events feature to Wednesdays and lengthened it from a week to 10 days to help people plan ahead. Today, we begin our new Friday... Read More
Every year on the first day of school, students and teachers form a tunnel for freshmen to pass through at Seton High School (Price Hill/Cincinnati).
Photo courtesy... Read More
Parishioners at St. Mary Church in Franklin (OH) sign 60-ft. beams that will be used for the new church belltower. The parish, having outgrown its beautiful but small... Read More
From the Archdiocese of Cincinnati:
Dr. Jim Rigg, Director of Educational Services and Superintendent of Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati since July of... Read More
Speaker Jason Evert and musician Lee Roessler will present a free teen event Sept. 15th at The Underground teen event center in Fairfield (OH).
Sponsored by Ruah... Read More
Renovations at the University of Dayton’s iconic Immaculate Conception Chapel are finished, and Sunday Masses resume this week following the blessing and... Read More
Covington Bishop Roger Foys will make a rare “official” trip to Ohio to celebrate Mass Saturday for a special fifth Saturday pro-life Mass and procession, and... Read More
Beginning today, The Catholic Beat’s weekly event feature will move to Wednesday and will cover 10 days, to make it easier to plan. On Friday, we’ll present just the... Read More
Adults-only nights are becoming a popular feature at area church festivals, often scheduled for Friday nights so that the remaining weekend can be dedicated to events... Read More
For the 22nd year, Newport Central Catholic High School invites all to the NCC Family Fireworks Fest.
Watch the WEBN/Cincinnati Bell Labor Day Fireworks on Sept.... Read More
Archbishop McNicholas High School (Mt. Washington/Cincinnati) celebrates its first day of school with a visit from the mascot.
Photo courtesy McNicholas High School.
You... Read More
At least 1500 people attended protests in Cincinnati and Dayton Saturday, the National Day to Protest Planned Parenthood.
Cincinnati’s official count is 1100,... Read More
Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West will begin classes today with a total of 68 seminarians — the largest enrollment in 33 years.
Fifty-four of the men are... Read More
Bishop Joe Binzer anoints the altar at the University of Dayton’s Immaculate Conception Chapel this week. The Marian university’s iconic chapel reopened after being... Read More
The following guest post is by Fr. Frank Pavone:
Whether with prayer, protests or participation in other pro-life activities, now is the time to translate that sense of... Read More
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
Festivals, a novena, pro-life demonstrations, a banquet, an open house, and more: some Catholic events this week.
Aug. 14-25, Novena to Our Lady of Knock at St. Patrick... Read More
NOTE, In the interest of full disclosure: Senior Editor Gail Finke will be among the people offering public prayer at the Saturday event.
Originally... Read More
ROSEMARY DURING BIBLE TIMES
Nearly everyone had a “garden of herbs” which included seasonal vegetables and fruits, flowers, medicinal and culinary herbs and other... Read More
This color postcard shows Covington’s St. Elizabeth Hospital’s second location , a former Baptist seminary that had served as a Union hospital during the Civil War.... Read More
Nightfever, an urban prayer event created after World Youth Day 2005 and held since at parishes all over the world, made a St. Louis Church debut this summer as part of... Read More
From The Atheneaum of Ohio/Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West:
“This conference opened my eyes to the future of youth ministry,” said Deacon Matt Feist, a... Read More
Students at DePaul Cristo Rey High School (Cincinnati) work at local companies one day a week to help pay for their tuition and learn business skills and habits. A class... Read More
Priest for Life founder Fr. Frank Pavone has called for an eight-day campaign of prayer and fasting beginning Saturday, the National Day of Protests Against Planned... Read More