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Posted on Apr 13, 2016 |

The Next 10 Days

The Next 10 Days

Eucharistic Adoration is a highlight at Encounter and Chosen youth prayer events -- both of which will be held in Cincinnati (La Salle High School) and Dayton (Wright State University) next week. Photo courtesy Encounter Cincinnati.

Eucharistic Adoration is a highlight at Encounter and Chosen youth prayer events — both of which will be held in Cincinnati (La Salle High School) and Dayton (Wright State University) next week. Photo courtesy Encounter Cincinnati.

Events in the next 10 days include a variety of lectures and talks, several intriguing extra- long retreats, Holy Hours, a free night of stargazing, an open house for a new residence for priests, a day with Scott and Kimberly Hahn, a national protest against Planned Parenthood, and much much more:

 

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.

 

April 13, Live the Faith Ladies Luncheon at the Western Hills Country Club (Cleves, OH). Keynote speaker: Fr. Anthony Brausch, former chaplain of Elder High School’s football team and pastor at Visitation; now Vice-Rectory of Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West and one of two area priests designated “Missionaries of Mercy” by Pope Francis. Sponsored by The Athenaeum of Ohio, this is not a fundraiser but a social event to uplift and encourage Catholic women in their faith, and to raise awareness of The Athenaeum’s resources and mission. For information contact Tracy Wolcott at twolcott@athenaeum.edu or call 513-233-6113.

 

April 13, Third Annual Conway Lecture in Catholic Studies, ““Catholicism and the Secular Research University: Where Do They Meet?” at the Annie Laws Room, Teacher’s College Building, the University of Cincinnati, 7 pm. Dr. Jeff Zalar, Ruth J. and Robert A. Conway Endowed Chair in Catholic Studies at UC, will present. The lecture will  clarify the foundations of contemporary academic endeavor, demonstrating how much Catholic intellectuals and secular scholars hold in common and what they—and their students—stand to gain from dialogue with one another. No fee; members of the public welcome.

 

April 14- 17, Women’s Cursillo Weekend at Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center (Norwood, OH). A movement of the Catholic Church that began in Mallorca, Spain, in 1944, Cursillo is “a short course in Christianity” and its essence is that God loves us. On a Cursillo a person lives three days encountering self, Jesus and others in community. It is presented by a team of laypersons and clergy in a relaxed, informal atmosphere.  Bishop Joe Binzer lived his Cursillo prior to entering the seminary, and more than 3000 people in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati are cursillistas, living their lives through the Cursillo method. The motto is to make a friend, be a friend and bring that friend to Christ. For information see cincinnati-cursillo.org or call Mary Gutman at 937-433-1705.

 

April 14, “The Heroes of Family” Talk by Joshua Danis at Oregon Express (Dayton, OH), 7 pm. A Dayton Theology on Tap event. Social time before and after 7:30 pm talk. Theology on Tap is a speaker series held at a pub or other casual setting for adults in their 20s and 30s. For information see the Dayton Theology on a Tap Facebook page.

 

April 14, An Evening With Laura Ingraham, Pregnancy Center East Annual Banquet for Life at Cincinnati Hyatt Regency. The most-listened-to woman in political talk radio, Laura is the host of the Laura Ingraham Show, a regular Fox News contributor and the principal substitute host on The O’Reilly Factor. The mother of three adopted children and editor of AdoptANewAttitude.com, she is also a former litigator and Supreme Court law clerk, the author of five books, and co-founder and editor of Lifezette.com. For information or reservations, see www.pregnancycentereast or call 513-321-3100.

 

April 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.

 

April 15-17, A Weekend of Prayer, Reflection, Conversation and Discovery with the Sister of the Precious Blood (Salem Heights, OH). Discover the advententure God is calling you to. Register online at vocations@cppsadmin.org or call Sr. Patty Kremer at 937-609-0653 for more information.

 

April 15 – 17, ”Listen … Simply Listen — Women’s Journey Retreat” at the Jesuit Spiritual Center at Milford (Milford, OH). Facilitators: Wanda Smith, RSM, and Dede Swinehart. Enjoy a weekend on the beautiful grounds of Jesuit Spiritual Center filled with personal reflection, individual and community prayer, art, and spiritual direction. Retreat begins a5 5 pm Friday and ends with Sunday Mass; $250.  For information call 513.248.3500 or email awinegardner@jesuitspiritualcenter.com.      

 

April 15-17, “The Beatitude Attitude” Retreat at Our Lady of Guadalupe Discipleship Center (Peebles, OH). Sponsored by Presentation Ministries. Loving and obedient spirits have the Beatitude Attitude, and “the reign of God is theirs” (Luke 5:3-12). Find out what that means for your life at this retreat, which includes meals and lodging. No set fee; pay what you can. For information or to register call (937) 587-5464 or (513) 373-2397, or email retreats@presentationministries.com.

 

April 15 – 17, Glenmary Come & See Retreat at Glenmary Headquarters (Fairfield, OH). Visit with Glenmary priests and brothers, share in community prayer and reflection, meet other men who are discerning their call. For information call 513-881-7411 or visit www.glenmary.org.

 

April 16, St. Joseph Home Incline to the Finish Line 5K Run//Walk in Evendale (OH), 9 am. Course begins and ends at St. Joseph Home,; race benefits the only agency in Hamilton County providing residential and respite programs to non-ambulatory, non-verbal and medically fragile infants, children and adults. Registration $35 through April 1st ($15 children 13 and under). Register online at racedmc.com.

 

April 16, “Ignite Your Heart and Keep it Beating” with Scott and Kimberly Hahn at McAuley High School (College Hill/Cincinnati). Program sponsored by St. Ignatius Loyola Church (Cheviot, OH). The day kicks off with 8 am Mass celebrated by Bishop Joe Binzer and will include opportunities for Confession, music, talks about how to read the Scriptures “from the heart of the Church” by the Hahns, more. Tickets $35 (includes box lunch). For information or reservations go to igniteyourheart.org.

 

April 16, Astronomy Lecture and Observatory Open House  at the Thomas More College BB&T Observatory (Crestview Hills, KY), 8 pm. Night sky viewing from the Observatory follows lecture  (weather permitting). No fee; all ages welcome. For information see the observatory’s Facebook page: facebook.com/TMCObservatory

 

April 16, World Market at the Church of the Annunciation (Clifton), 6 – 10 pm. Food trucks, vendors, live music. 

 

April 16, CHOSEN: Becoming Heroes of God’s Mercy – Youth Prayer Festival at La Salle High School (Mt. Airy/Cincinnati), 5-9:15 pm. For grades 6-8; featuring Catholic singer/speaker/inspirer Paul J. Kim. Music, prayer, engaging presentations/discussions, more, to help young people better understand what it means to be called by Jesus as a disciple today. Make it a part of your Confirmation preparation. See catholiccincinnati.org/chosen for more.

 

April 17, Ursuline Academy Run for the Lions 5K, 8:30 am. Benefits Ursuline Academy. Race fee before April 11: $15 student (under 18); $25 adult — add $5 for same-day registration. Mass before race at 7:30; complementary breakfast after race. To register or for information about categories and prizes, go ursulineacadmey.org.

 

April 17, Oratory Pious House Open House at Old St. Mary’s Church (Over-the-Rhine/Cincinnati), all day. The newly finished Pious House (residence for the Community-in-formation of the Oratory of St. Philip Neri in Cincinnati) will be open all day to tour. Archbishiop Schnurr will bless the Pious House in a private ceremony; the residence will then be open to tour after each Mass, ending at 8:30 pm. All those who supported the renovation with their prayers and donations, and all those interested in the Oratory, are welcome.

 

April 17-21, “Mercy in the Gospels” Parish Mission at Our Lady of Victory Church, 6 pm. Presented by Fr. Ben Cameron of the Fathers of Mercy. Adoration and Confession begin at 6 pm; talk follows. For information call  513.922.4460

 

April 17, Coffee and Conversation with the Franciscan Sisters of the Poor at their St. Clare Chapel (Wyoming/Hartwell, OH), following 10 am Mass. Meet the Sisters! All who attend will receive packets of pansy flower seeds – foundress Bl. Frances Schervier’s favorite.  For information contact Ruthy at Ruthy75@gmail.com  or 513-761-9040, ext. 132.

 

April 18, Seton-Elder Performing Arts Series Reunion at Seton High School (Price Hill/Cincinnati), 5:30 – 7 pm. All who have participated in Elder and Seton musicals over the past 45 years — actors and actresses, orchestra, stage crew — invited. Tickets $25 (includes heavy appetizers, drinks, a ticket to the performance). For information email Mary Sunderhaus at sunderhausm@setoncincinnati.org; reservations due April 8.

 

April 19, Fr. Gabriel Forretta Talk at The Mellow Mushroom (Hyde Park/Cincinnati). A Theology on Tap Cincinnati event. Theology on Tap is a speaker series held at a pub or other casual setting for adults in their 20s and 30s. For information see the TOTCincinnati Facebook page.

 

April 20, “Catholic Media” Presentation by Anna Mitchell Egan at Old St. Mary’s Church (Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati), 7 pm. A Young Adults Oratory event sponsored by the Community-in-Formation of the Oratory of St. Philip Neri in Cincinnati and Old St. Mary’s Church. No fee.

 

April 21, “Disciplined Discipleship” Talk by Mark Travis at Oregon Express (Dayton, OH), 7 pm. A Dayton Theology on Tap event. Social time before and after 7:30 pm talk. Theology on Tap is a speaker series held at a pub or other casual setting for adults in their 20s and 30s. For information see the Dayton Theology on a Tap Facebook page.

 

April 22, Encounter Dayton High School Eucharistic Festival at Wright State University’s St. John Bosco Chapel. 6:30-10 pm. Archbishop Dennis Schnurr will lead high school-age youth from around the region in Eucharistic Adoration, more. Opportunities for Confession, fellowship, music, talk by Fr. Ethan Moore. For information see encounterdayton.org.

 

April 23, 7th Annual Children’s Charity Chase 5K Run/Walk at Xavier University, 9 am. Hosted by XU; benefits the Dragonfly Foundation. REgistration fee: $20 plu $2.50 fee before April 2, $25 after. Optional “Sleep in” registration — make a contribution but sleep through the race! To register of for information go to ccchase5k.org.

 

April 23, St. Elizabeth Healthcare Hospice 5K Memorial Run/Walk at Dixie Heights High School (Crestview Hills, KY), 9 am. Formerly Strides for Stars, the event honors loved ones who have died and benefits St. Elizabeth Hospice. Course winds through the picturesque landscape across from the Crestview Hills Town Center. WLWT’s Lisa Cooney will MC. Registration: $20 for adults, $10 youth 17 and under (add $5 on race day), $5 “Memory Dove.” Optional “sleep in” registration – make a contribution but sleep through the race. To register or for information about categories and prizes, go to runningtime.net.

 

April 23, 2nd Annual National Day to #ProtestPP Observed at the Mt. Auburn (Cincinnati) abortion business, 9 am. Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati and area pro-life groups, churches, and ministries. Cincinnati will join groups all over the country in the National Day to Protest Planned Parenthood. Two-hour event will focus on peaceful prayer. Speakers to be announced. (NOTE: Victim images will be displayed to show what Planned Parenthood does behind closed doors). All welcome. For information email cincinnati@protestpp.com.

 

April 23, 2nd Annual Knights of Columbus Art Auction at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School, 6:30 pm (preview), 8 pm (auction). Benefits the Knights’ charitable projects, including Special Olympics, Citizens with Developmental Disabilities, Coats for Kids, more. Arin Ross Auctions will conduct. Auction will feature more than 150 framed lithographs, etchings, serigraphs, animation cels, watercolors, original oils signed by the artists, and documented sports memorabilia. Featured artists include Rockwell, Kinkade, Chagall, Dali, Renoir, more. Most will have opening bids between $45 and $300. Tickets $25 (include spouse entry, wine tasting, hors d’oeuvres and music social). For information call Perry Saylers at (513) 575-2073. To see a partial list of artists and sample works go to arinross.com.

 

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