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Pep Rally at McAuley High School (College Hill/Cincinnati) on Mercy Day, a holiday celebrated by all schools associated with the Sisters of Mercy.

Pep Rally at McAuley High School (College Hill/Cincinnati) on Mercy Day, a holiday celebrated by all schools associated with the Sisters of Mercy.

MAY

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Through May 31, “The Fairest of All: Rediscovering Mary.” Paintings by Jan Oliver-Schultz at the University of Dayton (OH) Roesch Library. 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.

May 24, Week Eight of the Solemn Novena of St. Anthony at the National Shrine of St. Anthony (Mt. Airy/Cincinnati, 2:30 (Novena prayers) and 7 (Mass and Novena prayers) pm. For information see stanthony.org.

May 26, Corpus Christi Procession at Holy Family Church (Dayton, OH), following 7 pm Mass. Holy Family is the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s Latin Mass parish; Thursday is the traditional date for this feast. The church decorates the steps and sidewalk with colorful dyed wood chips.

May 27, Dvorak’s Stabat Mater at Music Hall. A rarely performed masterpiece brings the audience from grief to hope with Mary, from the foot of the cross to the resurrection. A 2016 May Festival event; for ticket prices and information go to mayfestival.com.

May 28, Corpus Christi Procession at Emmanuel Catholic Church (Dayton, OH), following 5:15 Mass. The Eucharist will be carried out into the street in procession and will follow a path lined with colorful religious artwork made from dyed wood shavings that are designed by the youth of the parish.  All are welcome to participate!

May 28, Corpus Christi Mass and Procession at All Saints-St. Paul New Alsace, 5:30 pm.

May 28, Mendelssohn’s “Elijah,” 8 pm. Telling the story of  Elijah from his calling as a prophet to his ascension into Heaven in a flaming chariot; one of the May Festivals best-loved concerts returns. A 2016 May Festival event; for ticket prices and information go to mayfestival.com.

May 29, Corpus Christi Procession at Our Lady of the Rosary Church (Greenhills, OH) following 11:30 am Mass. First-ever Corpus Christi procession for this parish; all welcome!

May 29, Corpus Christi Mass and Procession at All Saints – St. John Campus (Guilford, IN), 11 am.

May 29, 19th Annual Price Hill Corpus Christi Procession from St. Teresa of Avila Church to St. William Church (Cincinnati), 2 pm. Begins with prayer service at St. Teresa of Avila, followed by procession to St. William. For information on parking, etc., call  513.921.0247.

May 29, Sung Mass and Corpus Christi Procession at Old St. Mary’s Church (Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati), 9 am.

May 29, Corpus Christi Procession at St. Cecilia Church (Oakley/Cincinnati), following 10 am Mass. All are invited to  join the parishioners of St. Cecilia for this centuries-old tradition of adoration and evangelization, as they process with the Blessed Sacrament along the streets of Oakley. There will be stops along the way for prayer and singing.

May 29, Corpus Christi Procession at St. Clement Church (St. Bernard, OH), 6:30 pm.

May 29, Corpus Christi Procession at Queen of Peace Church (Millville, OH), following 11 am Mass. A Rosary will be recited during the procession through the streets along with singing, and at the end, a Solemn Benediction will take place in Church

May 29, Corpus Christi Procession at St. Gertrude the Great Church (Madeira, OH), following 12:30 pm Mass. The Dominican Friars and Novices will be in attendance and the parish will also celebrate the second anniversary of its Mother of Mercy Perpetual Adoration Chapel.

May 29, Corpus Christi Procession at St. Remy Church (Russia, OH) following 11 am Mass. Route: through the Village of Russia.

May 29, Corpus Christi Procession at St. Julie Billiart Church (Hamilton, OH), following 11 am Mass. First Communicants will help lead the procession, which will include both the parish’s English- and Spanish-speaking members.

May 29, Corpus Christi Procession at St. Peter in Chains Cathedral, following 11 am Mass. The Blessed Sacrament will be carried through the cathedral, concluding in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel with Benediction.

May 29, Corpus Christi Procession from Our Lady of the Rosary Church to Holy Cross Church(Dayton, OH) following 11 am Mass. Distance is seven-tenths of a mile. All are invited to participate as a demonstration of our Catholic belief in the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. Call the St. Peter Parish Administration Office at 233-1503 for  information.

May 29, Corpus Christi Procession for St. Louis (Owensville, OH), Holy Trinity (Batavia), St. Philomena (Stonelick) and St. Ann (Williamsburg), 1:30 pm. Procession begins at St Louis church and ends with Benediction in the park — the first Corpus Christi procession for the four-parish region in six years.

May 29, Corpus Christi Procession at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church (Burlington, KY) following 12:30 pm Mass. Mass will end with Exposition, followed by a procession out to the church and around our parking lot. Several Eucharistic litanies are chanted and recited during the procession, which concludes in the church with  Benediction

May 29, Corpus Christi Procession at the Church of the Immaculate Conception (Dayton, OH), following 11 am Mass. Procession to the outdoor shrine of Our Lady of Belmont.  

May 29, Corpus Christi Procession at St. Paul Catholic Church (Yellow Springs, OH), following 11 am Mass. Join St. Paul for what may be its last Corpus Christi procession — the parish will become part of a parish region in July when pastor, Fr. Anthony Geraci, reitres, so much will be changed. Procession will go on rain or shine: If good weather, it will be outside around the chruch with bells and incense. If good weather, “we will do a few laps around the interior of the church in grand style.” In either case the choir will lead the Tantum Ergo at the Reposition — “and we do have a pretty good choir.” All welcome: ”“This is one for the books.  Please come and join us as we finish the Solemnities of Ordinary Time with a bang.

May 29, Corpus Christi Procession at Holy Trinity Church (West Union, OH) following 11 am Mass. The Knights of Columbus will be serving all ministries of the Mass as well.

May 29, Memorial Day Mass at Calvary Cemetery (Dayton, OH), 11:30 am.

May 29, Matt Maher Concert at Moeller High School (Montgomery/Cincinnati), 7:30 pm. Catholic singer/songwriter Matt Maher will be part of an evening of activities. Mass at 4 pm in the Moeller gym (all welcome)  followed by food and music by Moeller grad Matt Schneider in the courtyard from 5-7 pm (VIP tickets required) VIP meet and greet 5:30-6:30. Doors open at 6. Advance tickets $10 (students), $20 (general seating), or $50 (VIP tickets – include preferred seating). Ticekts at the door $25. For information call the Spirit Shop at 513-791-1680 x 1104.

May 30, Pro-Life Contingent to Walk in the HamiltonMemorial Day Parade, 10 am. Walk with Right to Life of Butler County and memorialize those lost to abortion as well as honoring those who gave their lives defending our country. Themes: “Adoption, the Loving Option” and “The Mercy and Forgiveness of Jesus Christ.” Be a public witness for teh sacred gift of life. For information, call 867- 1832.

May 30th, Annual Memorial Day Service at Baltimore Pike Cemetery (North Fairmount/Cincinnati), 10 am. See the cemetery’s new World War I and World War II memorials and remember the fallen, especially those laid to rest in the last year.

May 30, Memorial Mass at St. Stephen Cemetery (Ft. Thomas, KY), 10 am. Bishop Roger Foys will celebrate. All people of the diocese are invited to participate in this Mass and to pray for all the dead, especially loved ones who have died.

May 30, Memorial Day Field Mass at Gate of Heaven Cemetery (Montgomery, OH), 11 am. Bishop Joe Binzer will celebrate this annual outdoor Mass. Please bring a lawn chair; in case of rain the Mass will be clebrated at Good Shepherd Church.

May 31, Evening of Recollection on the Feast of the Visitation at Mary, Mother of Mercy Chapel, Bergamo Center (Dayton, OH), 7 – 9 pm. No fee; free will offering accepted. Call 426-2363 to register.

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Food drive at Covington Catholic High School.

JUNE

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June 2-5, Meeting Jesus in the Gospel of Everyday Retreat for Men and Women at the Jesuit Spiritual Center in Milford OH). Begins Thursday evening with a social at 5:30  and ends with 11 am Sunday Mass and noon lunch. Fr. Richard Bollman, SJ, will lead. Fee: $300 (includes meals and lodging). To register, call (513) 248-3500 ext. 10, or reeve online at jesuitspiritualcenter.com.

June 3, Mass for the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus at the Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center (Norwood, OH), noon. Bishop Joe Binzer will celebrate. Sponsored by Sacred Heart Radio and the Men of the Sacred Hearts; reception follows. All welcome.

June 4,  “A Call To Battle” Outdoor Marian Family Conference at the Boone County Fairgrounds (Burlington, KY) 8 am – 4 pm. Sponsored by the Covington Diocese World Apostolate of Fatima Division. Featuring speakers (Fr. Billl Appel, USCM; Fr. Elias Mary Mills, FFI; Fr. Paul Berscheid; deacon Dave Profitt) a Rosary walk, and a Fatima exhibit with live sheep. The day will begin with 8 am Mass at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church (Burlington) for the feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary; attendees will process to the conference site with the Pilgrim Statue of Our Lady of Fatima. Bring a picnic lunch. Previously announced hot air balloon rosary has been postponed due to air traffic. Tickets $25 adults, $10 students. Free for seminarians, religious, clergy, and children 8 and younger. Scholarships are available. To register, visit CovDioBlueArmy.com.

June 5, 11th Annual Cross the Bridge for Life, 2 pm. Sponsored by a coalition of Northern Kentucky and Ohio pro-life groups, this family friendly celebration of life includes a peaceful walk from the Newport Festival Grounds across the Puple People Bridge and back. Live music by Easter Rising, face painting, food, more. For information, visit CrossTheBridgeForLife.com.

June 5, 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.

June 9 – 12, Diocese of Covington Women’s Vocation Retreat at St. Anne’s Retreat Center (Melbourne, KY). Women ages 18-28 discerning a vocation to religious life are invited to this free retreat. Activities will include prayer (Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, Liturgy of the Hours, Rosary, periods of silence, and Confession), talks from religious sisters about vocation discernment and their communities, recreation, discussions, and meals. Is God calling you to this way of life? For information  859.392.1500 or visit CovDio.org/vocations.

June 9, 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.

June 11-19, Justice: The 1st and Necessary Step, The Ohio Teen Summer Institute with the Brothers and Sisters of St. John and others at Our Lady of Consolation Retreat House (Carey, OH). Daily Daily Mass, adoration and prayer, theological and philosophical classes, recreation and camp fires, more! Fee: $315. To register, go to eagleeyeministries.org/toledo-eesi. For nformation contact Beth Gillen at 567.694.4683 or bethy20078@aol.com.

June 12, A Taste of Lebanon Mediterranean Food Festival at St. Anthoy of Padua (Walnut Hills/CIncinnati), 12 – 8 pm. Cincinnati’s Maronite parish invites all to a celebration of Lebanese food, music and dance. Vendors, raffles, games. For information see the staparish.org or the parish Facebook page.

June 13-16, LAUDATE! Annual Music Workshop/Retreat for Teens at Bergamo Retreat Center (Dayton, OH). Four-day, three-night workshop featuring sessions in voice and other instruments used in liturgy. More information to come.

June 13 -July 23, “The Life of Mary in Image and Word” at the University of Dayton (OH) Roesch Library. Various artists and art forms interpret scenes from Mary’s life. 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.

June 20, “Faith, Family and Children with Special Needs: Willed, Loved, Necessary” Conference at the University of Dayton. Keynote speaker: Enquirer sportswriter Paul Daugherty. The conference for priests, parish leaders, and parents will address the needs of families with children who have special needs. Free for priests of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and also for one designated lay leader from each parish. More information to come.

June 20-23,N.E.T. Ohio Discipleship Week at 3:00 PM The Spiritual Center of Maria Stein (Maria Stein). D-Week is a four-day retreat for Catholic teens ages 13-18, designed to ignite (or re-ignite) faith by experiencing the love, mercy and power of God. $195. Click here for information or to register.

June 23, 23, IHM Homeschool Conference Dayton at St. Peter Church (Dayton, OH). Regional and national speakers, vendor room, workshops. No fee; all welcome for all talks (attendees do not have to be homeschoolers). Friday noon – 6 pm, Saturday 9:30 am – 3:30 pm. Speaker schedule to come. All attendees receive a copy of Planting the Seeds of Faith! By previous conference speakers including Joseph Pearce, Msgr. Charles Pope, and others. For information go to IHMConference.org.

June 26 – July 1, Rooted in the Vine Retreat for High School Youth at the Society of St. Vincent de Paul – Cincinnati Headquarters. Focused on social justice issues; a collaboration of the SVdP-Cincinnati and the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s Catholic Social Action Office and Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministries. Six–day retreat experience full of fun and eye-opening opportunities that will challenge youth to see from others’ perspectives and grow in love of God and neighbor. More information to come.

June 22-23, Discipleship Week (D-Week) at the Spiritual Center of Maria Stein (Maria Stein, OH). A four-day summer retreat led by faith-filled, energized group of NET Ministries team members and other outstanding leaders, musicians, and speakers. D-Week will inspire, equip, and challenge your youth to live a dynamic, Spirit-filled Catholic life as young apostles. Registration $195.Register online at www.netusa.org/dweek; for more information contact Catherine Lopez at (513) 381-1179 or Cincinnati@netusa.org.

June 14, Diocese of Covington Regional Pro-life Mass at St. Patrick Church (Maysville), 7 pm. A Door of Mercy site for the Jubilee Year of Mercy. All welcome.

June 21 – July 4, National Fortnight for Freedom

July 22-27, Contemplative Retreat at the Jesuit Spiritual Center in Milford OH). Wanda Wetli, CSJ; Walter Brueggemann; Fr. Al Bischoff, SJ; and Dan Roche will lead this retreat in the tradition of retreats led by Frs. Hans Koenen, SJ, and Truus Sijm, OP. $375 (includes five nights and meals). To register, call (513) 248-3500 ext. 10, or reserve online at jesuitspiritualcenter.com

June 25-26, Divine Comedy Contemplative Retreat II at Bergamo Center (Dayton). Two-day retreat will provide a fuller experience of the depths of the three canticles that comprise the Divine Comedy (the Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso). Dante’s hope was to lead the readers to a greater understanding of their place in the universe and prepare them for the next life. This retreat experience is intended to be accessible to people from all backgrounds; no previous knowledge of the Divine Comedy is necessary. The retreat guide will be Anthony Franchina who has an M.A. in Italian language and literature. Meals provided. Overnight accommodation at Bergamo available.Tickets $50 commute, $125 lodging and meals.  Online Registration here.

June 25, Annual Little Sisters of the Poor Spaghetti Dinner at the St. Paul Home (Clifton), 4- 7 pm (carryout begins at 2 pm). Enjoy Sr. Mary Imelda’s famous spaghetti sauce and help support the Little Sisters. For information see LittleSistersOfThePoorCincinnati.org.

June 26, Judy Landreiu Klein Talk on Death and the Afterlife at Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center (Norwood, OH). Talk one of the Our Lady of Light “Year of the Family” Speaker Series. A speaker, author, Ave Maria Radio host, and theologian, Judy will speak about her late husband’s near-death experience and conversion following a heart attack (recounted in the book Miracle Man). $20 for the talk or $35 in a package with the March 20th talk. For information or reservations call 513-351-MARY or see ourladyoflight.org.

June 30-July 1, Visit by Melkite Patriarch His Beatitude Mar Beshara Peter Rai to St. Anthony of Padua Melkite Church (Walnute Hills) and Archdiocesan Conference on Christians in the Middle East at the Church of the Annunciation (Clifton). The Patriarch will arrive at St. Anthony Friday. The Saturday morning conference, “One Church of Mercy,” will promote awareness of Eastern Catholics to Americans and educate all on religious freedom for all in the Middle East. More information to come.

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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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June 21 – July 4, National Fortnight for Freedom

July 3, 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.

July 5 – 12, Traveling Our Lady of Fatima Replica Statue in Cincinnati. 100th Anniversary of Apparitions at Fatima “100 Years, 100 Dioceses” US National Tour, Sponsored by the World Army of Fatima. Dates and parishes to come.

July 14, 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.

July 17 – 20, “Deacons: Building Bridges to the Kingdom of God,” the NDICE 2016 Conference at Xavier University (Cincinnati). Permanent Deacons from around the country will converge for their annual conference. Register online at www.ndice.net

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 22 – 27, Contemplative Retreat at the Jesuit Spiritual Center at Milford (Milford, OH). For many years, Hans Koenen, SJ, and Truus Sijm, OP, led a contemplative retreat at the Center; a new team follows in their footsteps using their format. Leaders: Wanda Wetli, CSJ; Walter Brueggemann; Al Bischoff, SJ, and Dan Roche. Sr. Wanda will teach Tai Chi Chih. Walter will share insights from his book Sabbath as Resistance. Fr. Al will preside at liturgies. And Dan will coordinate the meditation periods along with instructions on the practice. $375 (includes 5-night stay and meals). For information call 513.248.3500 or email awinegardner@jesuitspiritualcenter.com.  

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.

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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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August 6, Youth Rally at the Transfiguration Center for  Spiritual Renewal (West Milton/Ludlow Falls, OH). Kkeynote speaker, dinner, outdoor mass, Exposition and Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, a concert, and fellowship — an exciting, fun-filled, deeply Catholic experience for teens. Sponsored by Transfiguration parish; more information to come.

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

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. 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. 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. 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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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.

Oct. 29, Catholic Revival Rally at St. Xavier University’s Cintas Center, 9 am – 3 pm. Speakers to include John Michael Talbot, Curtis Martin, Father Larry Richards and Jeff Cavins. More information to come.

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. 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.

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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.