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With basketball season in full swing, the team takes a moment for fellowship at Covington Catholic High School.

With basketball season in full swing, the team takes a moment for fellowship at Covington Catholic High School. Photo by Bob Jackson.

JULY

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July 20-24, Abide: Forming Missionary Disciples Teen Retreat at Mount St. Joseph University (Delhi/Cincinnati). Targeting teens who have heard the Gospel and responded, Abide is designed to meet the need for initiatory catechesis in our youth as put forward by St. John Paul II in Catechesi Tradendae, “the definitive aim of catechesis is to put people not only in touch but in communion, in intimacy, with Jesus Christ.” Abide also roots and equips them for the great commission imparted by Christ to every Christian, to “go therefore, and make disciples. For information see abidecinci.com.

July 24-30, National Natural Family Planning Week. 2016 theme: Love, Mercy, Life: Opening the Heart of Marriage. For resources click here.

 

July 27-30, UD2ND Ride for Life. Annual bicycle ride from the University of Dayton to Notre Dame, sponsored by Dayton Right to Life. For information see.daytonlife.org.

July 29-31, “Finding Joy After Grief” Retreat at  the Jesuit Spiritual Center in Milford OH). Eight ways to reclaim your joy following any loss of a loved one. Fee: $235 (two nights and all meals). To register, call (513) 248-3500 ext. 10, or reserve online at jesuitspiritualcenter.com.

July 29, 40 Days for Life – Cincinnati Interim Prayer Vigil at the Planned Parenthood Abortion business (Mt. Auburn/Cincinnati), 7 pm.

July 30, Life’s 5th Quarter Pro-Life Mass and Rosary Procession to Planned Parenthood at Holy Name Church (Mt.Auburn/Cincinnati), 8 am. Can you give two hours for the unborn? Fr. Andre-Joseph LaCasse, OP, will celebrate Mass at this event specially geared to youth. College, high school, grade school, and homeschooled youuth and their families invited to witness and pray for our most vulnerable citizens. For information see the organization’s Facebook page.

July 31, Catholic Ministry Appeal Mass of Thanksgiving at St. Remy Church (Russia, OH), 11 am. Bishop Binzer will celebrate this Mass for all who gave to this year’s Archdiocese of Cincinnati CMA collection; all welcome.

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Young people on a Good Friday "home mission" as part of a program run by Regnum Christi eat lunch at the feet of crosses they carried through the city and up the steps of Holy Cross-Immaculata Church (Mt. Adams/Cincinnati). Each colored square carries a prayer from someone they met on the walk.

Young people on a Good Friday “home mission” as part of a program run by Regnum Christi eat lunch at the feet of crosses they carried through the city and up the steps of Holy Cross-Immaculata Church (Mt. Adams/Cincinnati). Each colored square carries a prayer from someone they met on the walk. Photo by The Catholic Beat.

AUGUST

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Aug. 2, Cincinnati Metropolitan Orchestra at Seton Concert Hall (Price Hill/Cincinnati), 7:30 pm. Part of the CMO’s “New York New York – Spotlight on Broadway” 2016 Summer Series, the concert will highlight 70 years of musical theater, from Oklahoma to Disney movie-turned musical Frozen; also featured will be a musical salute to the “Big Apple” and a rousing patriotic finale. No fee. The CMO is led by the West Side’s “Music Man,  longtime St. William and Elder High School music director Dave Allen. Made up of local musicians, the CMO has performed in Central Park in New York City, and other venues around the region and around the country. For information see GOCMO.org.

Aug. 5, Catholic Faith Night at Florence Freedom baseball (Florence, KY), 7:05 pm.  Each person who reserves tickets will receive a Bishop Foys bobblehead for the Independent League game against the Lake Eerie Crushers, which will be followed by fireworks. Bishop Foys will make a special appearance. Tickets $10-$13; to reserve call (859) 594-4487.

Aug. 6, Renovation Adoration at Our Lady of Victory Church (Western Hills/Cincinnati), immediately following the first Mass after the building’s renovation.

August 6, “The Awakening” Youth Rally at the Transfiguration Center for Spiritual Renewal (West Milton/Ludlow Falls, OH). Keynote speaker, dinner, outdoor mass, Exposition and Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, a concert by Nashville group His Own, and fellowship — an exciting, fun-filled, deeply Catholic experience for teens. For youth grades 7-12; tickets $20. Sponsored by Transfiguration parish; for information see AdorationMusicPraise.com.

August 7, Holy Hour for Vocations to the Priesthood at The Athenaeum of Ohio/Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West (Mt. Washington/CIncinnati), 5 pm. Pray for vocations in the seminary’s beautiful Chapel of St. Gregory the Great. All welcome. What can YOU do to promote the priesthood? Pray! For information call 513.231.2223 or see www.athenaeum.edu.

Aug. 8 – Nov. 13, “Hans Frederich Grohs: Artist and Mystic” at the University of Dayton (OH) Roesch Library. Work by a leading representative of the second generation of German Expressionism, known for his Christian-themed woodcuts and watercolors. Exhibit is located on the building’s seventh floor, tours for groups available. For information on exhibits, hours, directions, and parking, see udayton.edu/imri/marian-library/about-us.php.

Aug. 6-14, “Justice: The First and Necessary Step to Mercy” Eagle Eye Greater Ohio Young Adult Summer Institute at Red River Gorge (KY) and Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center (Norwood, OH). Join the Brothers and Sisters of St. John and other Catholic young adults in an 8-day quest for the truth. Daily Mass, Adoration and prayer, theological and philosophical classes, camping and hiking at Red River Gorge, recreation, friendship, more. First two days at the Gorge. Ages 18-35; registeration $320. For information contact Regina Ramsey at 513.515.9928 or ramseyregina@gmail.com;  to register online go to www.eagleeyeministries.org/ohio-eesi

Aug. 7, 2nd Annual La Salle Walk and Family Day at La Salle High School Lancer Stadium (Mt. Airy/Cincinnati), noon – 3 pm. Benefits the Aubrey Rose Foundation for families caring for children with life threatening illnesses. Sponsored by the La Salle Alumni Assn. Basket raffle, children’s activities, walk through surrounding neighborhood. National anthem, prayer, alma mater and fight song: 1 pm. Walk starts: 1:15 pm. Registration $40/family (2 adults and up to 3 children), $10/person. Includes t-shirt. For information email bcohen@lasallehs.net.

Aug. 7, Family Rosary Walk and Dinner at Transfiguration Center (Ludlow Falls, OH), 4-7 pm. Invite the whole family and come away to a “beautiful place” for a unique rosary experience beginning at at the statue of Mary (goldfish pond), followed by a procession through the gardens and woods of the beautiful Lange Estate. Artistic banners help reflect on the mysteries. A pot-luck dinner follows at the shelter house. Center provides meats, drinks; bring an entrée for 6. Rain location: inside the Center. For information call 937-698-7180; for reservations use the online reservation request form.

Aug. 8, Mass for St. Dominic and Vesting of Dominican Novices at St. Gertrude Church and Priory (Madeira, OH), 11:30 am. This year’s Dominican novices are vested in a private ceremony at the priory; all welcome for the Mass that follows. Men 18-35 discerning a call to the Dominicans especially invited; contact the Vocation Director at  202.642.3597 or vocations@dominicanfriars.org to RSVP.

August 11, CHOSEN: Monthly Holy Hour for Vocations at the Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center (Norwood, OH), 8 pm. Music and prayer for those discerning a vocation or praying for vocations. Sponsored by the Archdiocesan Vocation Office and Children of Mary.

Aug. 12-14, Glenmary Mission Trip leaving from Glenmary’s Headquarters (Fairfield, OH). Visit with Glenmary priests and brothers, share in community prayer and reflection, meet other men 18-46 discerning their call. Call 513-881-7411 or go to glenmary.org/vocationinfo/ for information.

Aug. 12-14, Germanfest Picnic at Carillon Park (Dayton, OH). One of the region’s top food festivals with events all weekend, including keg tapping at 6 pm Friday; beirgarten and weingarten, German food, continuous German music schedule and other entertainment, German crafts, Bavarian Fashion Show and German beard contest, Kids Zone, more. Polka Mass Sunday at 11 am, Sponsored by Dayton Liederkranz-Turner.  For information click here.

Aug. 13, 2nd Annual Patrick Wolterman Alumni Flag Football Game at Roger Bacon High School stadium (St. Bernard, OH), 7 pm.  Re-named in honor of fallen 2005 Roger Bacon grad Patrick Wolterman (class of 05), who gave his life in the line of duty as a fireman in Hamilton on December 28, 2015. Traveling 9/11 memorial by 911 Steel (a partnership between the Cincinnati Fire Museum and the Goodtimers Foundation) will be on site. All welcome. No charge; burgers, hot dogs, and drinks $1.

Aug. 13, “The Sacraments of Initiation: how we can live out baptism, confirmation and Eucharist” Men’s Day of Reflection at  St John Church (Middletown, OH). Fr. David Endres will lead. For information call 513.422.0602 or see HolyFamilyMiddletown.com.

Aug. 15, Simple Profession Mass for Dominican Novices on at the Solemnity of the Assumption at St. Gertrude Church and Priory (Madeira, OH), 11:30 am. All welcome to Mass; men 18-35 discerning a vocation to the Dominicans particularly invited. Cntact the Vocation Director at 202.642.3597 or vocations@dominicanfriars.org.

Aug. 17, FORMED Evangelization Conference at  Receptions North (Fairfield, OH), 8 am – 4 pm. Catechists, Catholic group leaders, teachers, priests, deacons, DREs, and others; learn to use the FORMED library of online materials to help evangelize your parishioners and potential parishioners. Staff of The Augustine Institute, producers of many of the materials, will show you how parishes across the country have incorporated them into small group, parish, and faith formation classes; evangelized their neighborhoods; and helped parishioners explore and use them. Repeats Aug. 18 in Piqua. For information  or to register, contact  Denise Warneke at (937) 498-1192 or dwarnecke@catholiccincinnati.org

Aug. 18-20 Our Lady of Fatima Centennial Tour for Peace Statue at St. Michael Church (Brookville, IN). More information to come.

Aug. 18, FORMED Evangelization Conference at Piqua Country Club (Piqua, OH), 8 am – 4 pm. Catechists, Catholic group leaders, teachers, priests, deacons, DREs, and others; learn to use the FORMED library of online materials to help evangelize your parishioners and potential parishioners. Staff of The Augustine Institute, producers of many of the materials, will show you how parishes across the country have incorporated them into small group, parish, and faith formation classes; evangelized their neighborhoods; and helped parishioners explore and use them. For information or to register, contact  Denise Warneke at (937) 498-1192 or dwarnecke@catholiccincinnati.org

Aug. 20, Taste of Mission at the Comboni Mission Center (Anderson Twp., OH). Details to come.

Aug. 21, Catholic Ministry Appeal Mass of Thanksgiving at Mary, Help of Christians Church (Fairborn, OH), 11:14 am. Bishop Binzer will celebrate this Mass for all who gave to this year’s Archdiocese of Cincinnati CMA collection; all welcome.

Aug. 23-25, Youth Ministry Boot Camp at St. Susanna Church (Mason, OH). The Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s Offices of New Evangelization and Family & Respect Life Office will present a 3-day retreat, training, and planning event for anyone in their first three years of youth ministry, or experience youth ministers needing a “reboot.” ALL youth ministers are invited to attend Day One at no cost!! Fee for all three days: #45.  For information or to register, see the Archdiocese’s Youth MInistry web page.

Aug. 19: Canned Goods Collection at the Reds game. Sponsored by Catholic Charities, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and FeedOhio. Food will go to 30 different area food pantries. Bring three canned goods and get a free ticket to a future game.

Aug. 20, “Celebrating the Many Faces of Pro-Life” Life’s a Ball! Gala at the Airport Marriott (Hebron, KY), 6 – 11 pm. Cocktails, dinner, dancing. Faces of Pro Life Awards given; music by the Remains. Evening attire. Tickets $60.

Aug. 21, Mass of Thanksgiving for Catholic Ministries Appeal donors at Mary Help of Christians Church (Fairborn, OH),  11:15 am.  Bishop Joe Binzer will celebrate.

Aug. 21, Coffee and Conversation with the Franciscan Sisters of the Poor, St. Ct. Clare Chapel (Springfield Twp.), 10 am. Join the sisters for Mass at their historic chapel, and stay to hear about their history and ministries. For information see www.sfp-vocations.org or email rtrusler@sfp-vocations.org.

Aug. 25, Monarch Society Gathering, St. Joseph Heights (KY), 7 pm. A gathering for women who have completed Project Rachel post-abortive healing retreats. Further healing and support. For information contact the confidential Project Rachel Hotline at 859-392-1547 or email projectrachel@covdio.org.

Aug. 26, Catholic Ministry Appeal Mass of Thanksgiving at St. Bartholomew Church (Finneytown, OH), 11:15 am. Archbishop Schnurr will celebrate this Mass for all who gave to this year’s Archdiocese of Cincinnati CMA collection; all welcome.

Aug. 27, Archdiocese of Cincinnati Golden Jubilee Anniversary Mass at the Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains, 4:30 pm. All couples celebrating 50th anniversaries invited.

Aug. 27, Archdiocese of Cincinnati (North) Golden Jubilee Anniversary Mass at Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church (Dayton), 4:30 pm. All couples celebrating 50th anniversaries invited.

Aug. 28, Mass and Mission Sojourners Celebration at St. Michael Church (Ft. Loramie, OH), 11 am. Free Mission breakfast follows Mass; optional tour of the church at 1 pm.

Aug. 28, CaSSba Goes Wild! Catholic Charities Annual fundraiser at Devou Memorial Overlook (Covington), 3-7 pm. Hors d’oevres, cocktails, silent auction, live auction featuring an African safari and more. Tickets $60 in advance; $65 on site.

Aug. 28, Cincinnati Metropolitan Orchestra at Mount St. Joseph University (Delhi/Cincinnati), 3 pm.  Part of the CMO’s “New York New York – Spotlight on Broadway” 2016 Summer Series. No fee.  For information see GOCMO.org.

Aug. 31 – Sept. 1, Annual Days of Prayer and Mercy at Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center (Norwood, OH). Sponsored by the Our Lady of Light Foundation. More information to come.

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The ten sets of twins attending Newport Central Catholic include five sets of freshman twins, one set of sophomore twins, and four sets of seniors.

The ten sets of twins attending Newport Central Catholic include five sets of freshman twins, one set of sophomore twins, and four sets of seniors.

SEPTEMBER

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Sept. 3, Fryberg Homecoming Mock Turtle Bike Ride, 7:30 am. 25-mile ride from St. John Church (Fryberg) to St. Lawrence, Rhine, Immaculate Conception, Botkins, and St. Joseph (Wapakoneta) – or any combination of routes. Part of the St. John Homecoming festival. Registration begins at 6:30 am. For information or to register click here.

Sept. 4, Family Rosary Walk and Dinner at Transfiguration Center (Ludlow Falls, OH), 4-7 pm. Invite the whole family and come away to a “beautiful place” for a unique rosary experience beginning at at the statue of Mary (goldfish pond), followed by a procession through the gardens and woods of the beautiful Lange Estate. Artistic banners help reflect on the mysteries. A pot-luck dinner follows at the shelter house. Center provides meats, drinks; bring an entrée for 6. Rain location: inside the Center. For information call 937-698-7180; for reservations use the online reservation request form.

Sept. 6,  Cincinnati Metropolitan Orchestra Summer Concert Series Finale at Tower Park (Ft. Thomas, KY), 7 pm. Part of the CMO’s “New York New York – Spotlight on Broadway” 2016 Summer Series. No fee. For information see GOCMO.org.

Sept. 7, Catholic Medical Association Guild information night at the Bishop Howard Memorial Auditorium (Covington), 7 pm. The new Diocese of Covington Sts. Teresa of Calcutta and Faustina Guild invites all to its first informational meeting. The guild is open to doctors, dentists, nurses, and medical/heatlhcare workers and students in Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati. For information email Faye Roch at froch@covdio.org, or call (859) 392-1500.

Sept. 9, National Day of Prayer for Peace. USCCB President Archbishop Joseph Kurtz has called for a day of peace in response to racially charged violence in our country. More information to come.

Sept. 10, Marc Broussard Concert at St. Xavier High School Performance Center (Cincinnati), 7:30 pm. A Cincy Music Series 2016-2017 Concert. $25 general seating; $40 reserved seating. More information to come.

Sept. 10, National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children Observation at the Gate of Heaven Cemetery (Cincinnati), 9:30 am. For the second year, Bishop Joe Binzer will lead prayer in a ceremony sponsored by the Knights of Columbus, who contributed the cemetery’s memorial to the unborn dead. One of dozens of ceremonies around the country; all welcome.

Sept. 10, National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children Observation at Woodland Cemetery (Dayton, OH), noon. More information to come.

Sept. 14, An Evening of Prayer and Education for Diocese of Covington Parish Pro-Life Coordinators at 6:30 in Bishop Howard Memorial Auditorium, 6:30 pm.Dinner, presentation on the 2016-2017 Respect Life theme, “Moved by Mercy.”

Sept. 17, “Mirroring Mercy in Today’s World” Conference with Fr. Mitch Pacwa at St. Catherine of Siena Church (Ft. Thomas, KY), 9:30 am – 2:30 pm.  One of the foremost experts on MERCY regarding scripture, tradition and the Church teaching, Fr. Mitch is a world-renowned  Scripture scholar who is fluent in 12 languages and known to many for his many appearances on EWTN and EWTN Radio. Tickets: $15; seating is limited. For information or reservations go to PACWA.YAPSODY.COM.

Sept. 17, 41st Annual Northern Area Religious Education Congress at the Upper Valley Career Center (Piqua, OH), 8:30 am – 12:30 pm. Topics will center on the upcoming theme for Catechetical Sunday – Prayer: The Faith Prayed. Keynote speaker: Dr. Timone Davis, Loyola University in Chicago.

Sept. 18, Northern Kentucky Right to Life 43rd Annual Celebration for Life at The Gardens of Park HIlls (Park Hills, KY), 1:15. Keynote speaker: Thomas Brejcha, the Thomas More Society. Attorney Tom Brejcha and the TMS defended pro-life pioneer Joe Scheidler in a lawsuit that lasted two decades, and now defends Center for Medical Progress foudner and citizen journalist David Deleiden. Doors open 1:15, pro-life film at 1:30, refreshments and exhibits 2:00, speaker 2:30. Tickets $10. For information call (859) 431-6380.

Sept. 23-25, Project Rachel Retreat (Cincinnati area). The Archdiocese of Cincinati’s Family and Respect Life Office will offer this post-abortion healing retreat for mothers, fathers, and anyone who has lost a child through abortion. Help yourself by accepting God’s love and forgiveness. No fee; goodwill offering accepted. For location and details, call the confidential helpline at (513) 784-0531.

Sept. 23-25, “Beginning Experience” Retreat for Widowed or Divorced People at Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center (Norwood, OH). Healing weekend led by a peer ministry; ecumenical program founded by a Catholic nun and rooted in the Christian faith. $175 ( lodging, meals and retreat materials included). For information see beginningexperiencecincinnati.webs.com, email BECincinnati@fuse.net, or call 513.684.1196.

Sept. 24, Catholic Men’s Conference at Immaculate Heart of Mary (Burlington, KY), 8 am – 5 pm. Speakers include Dr. Andrew Sodergren of Ruah Woosds, Fr. Nick Rotterman, IHM; Fr. Michael Hennigan, St. Pius X Church; Fr. Michael Norton, St. Francis Xaiver Church (Falmouth). Tickets $20 (breakfast and lunch included) For information contact Amy Ritchie at 859 -589-5010, ext. 257.

Sept. 24, Family Prayer Workshop at St. Agnes Murphy Hall, 9 am – noon. Led by the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia from Nashville, TN. designed for school families to inspire parents to pray with their children. Tickets $15 (includes lunch). For information call  Theresa Grey at (859) 344-1427 or theresa@1heart2souls.org.

Sept. 24, Annual LifeTech Conference at the University of Dayton. Pro-life conference concentrating on biotechnology, medicine, and related issues. More information to come.

Sept. 24, Encounter Youth Prayer Festival at The Underground (Forest Park, OH), 6:30 – 10 pm. Music, Adoration, prayer, speaker (Mother Seraphina), more. For teens from grades 8 – 12. No fee. For information see EncounterCincinnati.com.

Sept. 25th, 12th Annual Blue Mass at the Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains (Cincinnati), 11 am. Fr. Steve Angi, Police Chaplain, will celebrate this Mass for police officers, firefighters,  other first responders, and their families. All faiths welcome. Includes display and blessing of vehicles at 10:45. For more information see StPeterInChainsCathedral.org.

Sept. 27, Ministering in the Mercy Mode: Msgr. Ray East, Distinguished Speaker Series at St. Francis of Assisi Church (Centerville), 5:30 pm. Sponsored by Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley, the Archdiocesan Catholic Social Action Office, and Weavers of Justice. Proceeds will benefit Catholic Social Services’ Choice Food Pantry and Family Stabilization & Support programs. Light dinner at 5:30, talk follows. Suggested donation of $10 for dinner; no fee for talk. For reservations, available scholarships, and  information,  call 1.800.300.2937, ext. 1141.

Sep. 28 – Nov. 6: Fall 40 Days for Life Campaign

Sept. 30 – Oct. 2, Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend at Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center (Norwood, OH). A gift for any married couple, a Worldwide Marriage Encounter weekend will enhance communications, renew commitment and rekindle romance. Don’t wait to invest in your marriage! For more information, contact Tom & Ginny Segbers at tsegbers@gmail.com.

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Volunteers, including whole families, erected a 4000-cross "Cemetery of the Innocents" memorial at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Anderson Twp. (OH) this month.

Volunteers, including whole families, erected a 4000-cross “Cemetery of the Innocents” memorial at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Anderson Twp. (OH).

OCTOBER

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Oct. 1, Catholic Charities Centennial Celebration and Awards Dinner at Xavier University, 6 pm. More information to come; reserve tickets online at ccswoh.org/centennial.

Oct. 2, Family Rosary Walk and Dinner at Transfiguration Center (Ludlow Falls, OH), 4-7 pm. Invite the whole family and come away to a “beautiful place” for a unique rosary experience beginning at at the statue of Mary (goldfish pond), followed by a procession through the gardens and woods of the beautiful Lange Estate. Artistic banners help reflect on the mysteries. A pot-luck dinner follows at the shelter house. Center provides meats, drinks; bring an entrée for 6. Rain location: inside the Center. For information call 937-698-7180; for reservations use the online reservation request form.

Oct. 11, Youth Ministry Enrichment Day with Bob Rice. Sponsored by the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, this day-long event will feature Dr. Rice discussing where we’ve been, where we’re headed, dead ends, fresh opportunities, and more, based on his doctoral studies on youth ministry in the Catholic Church. More information to come.

Oct. 13, Annual Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati Evening for Life at the Sharonville Convention Center (Sharonville, OH), 6 pm. Keynote speaker: Ryan Bomberger. More information to come.

Oct. 23, Stations of Mercy for the Land and its People at the Brown County Ursulines property (St. Martin, OH), 3 pm. A procession through the reflecting on stewardship for the Year of Mercy.

Oct. 25, Dayton Right to Life’s Signature Pro-Life Evening at the Sinclair Conference Center. Keynote speaker: Dr. Mark Newman; MC: Gordon Douglas. For information see.daytonlife.org.

Oct. 27, White Mass for medical personnel at St. Mary’s Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption (Covington), 6:30 pm. First-time event hosted by the new Sts. Teresa of Calcutta and Faustina Guild of the Catholic Medical Association (CMA), the Mass will honor and pray for doctors, dentists, nurses, and other healthcare workers and students in healthcare fields. Named for the traditional white coats and uniforms of medical workers. All welcome.

Oct. 28-30, National Mission Conference at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center and Xavier University. All area Catholics invited to the United States Catholic Mission Association (USCMA) National Conference. Aimed at both long-term missionaries and those involved in immersion/mission trips, short term mission ministry, and parish/school twinning relationships. Meeet missionaries from around the country and around the world. Full and one-day options availalbe. More information to come. For more, contact: Dr. Mike Gable, Mission Office, mgable@catholiccincinnati.org or phone 513.421.3131.2630.

Oct. 29, Catholic Revival Rally at St. Xavier University’s Cintas Center, 9 am – 2 pm. Speakers to include John Michael Talbot, Curtis Martin, Father Larry Richards and Jeff Cavins. Vendors, Confession, a blessing station, food, more; free to clergy. More information to come.

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Participants in the annual Covington Latin School's ancient history costume contest.

Participants in the annual Covington Latin School’s ancient history costume contest.

NOVEMBER

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Nov. 5, CHOSEN Junior High School Evangelization Event and Prayer Festival at Roger Bacon High School (St. Bernard, OH). Featuring Catholic speaking duo Popple. Saturday evening event just for 6-8th graders; includes food, music, prayer, and engaging presentations/discussions to help  young people better understand what it means to be called by Jesus as a disciple today. Also includes a concurrent session just for parents. More information to come.

Nov. 9, Ohio Holy Hour for Vocations, 7 pm. Parishes across the state will host; more information to come.

Nov. 12, Service/Immersion Trip Summit (location to be determined). For Archdiocese of Cincinnati parish and school staff and volunteers who plan or lead immersion/service trips with youth; high school and college campus ministers; service coordinators; parish twinning leaders and other trip planners: Program will share the most current information from Archdiocesan directors of Risk Management, Mission, Youth and Young Adult Ministry, and Finance on practical issues; best and worst practices. More information to come.

Nov. 13, Solemn Vespers and Closing of the Door of Mercy at St. Mary’s Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption (Covington), 3 pm. Bishop Foys will celebrate.

Nov. 19 – Jan. 21, 2017, “At the Manger: World Nativity Traditions” at the University of Dayton (OH) Roesch Library.Annual exhibit of hundreds of Nativities. Exhibit is located on the building’s seventh floor, tours for groups available. For information on exhibits, hours, directions, and parking, see udayton.edu/imri/marian-library/about-us.php.

Nov. 19, Encounter Youth Prayer Festival at The Underground (Forest Park, OH), 6:30 – 10 pm. Music, Adoration, prayer, speaker (Mother Seraphina), more. For teens from grades 8 – 12. No fee. For information see EncounterCincinnati.com.

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Coming events:

2017

March 6-7 Youth Ministers’ Retreat at the Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center (Norwood, OH).  Fr. Nathan Cromly of Eagle Eye Ministries will lead. Accommodations available. More information to come.

March 14, The Light is On for You 2017. Confession will offered this evening in every parish or parish region in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. More information to come.

April 29, Archdiocese of Cincinnati Deacon Ordinations at St. Peter in Chains Cathedral. More information to come.

May 7, Archdiocese of Cincinnati Priest Ordinations at St. Peter in Chains Cathedral. More information to come.

Feb. 4, Encounter Youth Prayer Festival at The Underground (Forest Park, OH), 6:30 – 10 pm. Music, Adoration, prayer, speaker (Mother Seraphina), more. For teens from grades 8 – 12. No fee. For information see EncounterCincinnati.com.

April 1, Encounter Youth Prayer Festival at The Underground (Forest Park, OH), 6:30 – 10 pm. Music, Adoration, prayer, speaker (Mother Seraphina), more. For teens from grades 8 – 12. No fee. For information see EncounterCincinnati.com.

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St. Anthony's pastor. Fr. George Hajj, with Fr. Benedict O'Cinnsealaigh, Rector of Mount St. Mary's Seminary of the West. Fr. O'Cinnsealaigh and several seminarians participated in the Divine Liturgy.

St. Anthony of Padua Maronite Church pastor. Fr. George Hajj, with Fr. Benedict O’Cinnsealaigh, Rector of Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West celebrate the Divine Liturgy before the relics of St. Charbel, which visited the Walnut Hills/Cincinnati parish during a 2015 tour of Maronite churches in the United States.