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Posted on Apr 27, 2016 |

The Next 10 Days

The Next 10 Days

Chatfield College's annual spring festival in St. Martin (OH) features quilts, crafts, and a classic car show.

Chatfield College’s annual spring festival in St. Martin (OH) features quilts, crafts, and a classic car show.

What’s your pleasure? Lectures? Races? Holy Hours? A quilt and classic car show? We’ve got it all this week:

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 27, Live the Faith Ladies Luncheon at the Kenwood Country Club (Kenwood, OH). . 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 27, Rosary, Mass and Healing Service at Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center (Norwood, OH), 6:45 pm. For information, call 513.351.9800.

April 28, “Unlocking the Lord of the Rings” Lecture by Joseph Pearce at Covington Latin School, 7-8:30 pm. Sponsored by the Dominican Laity. Author and Tolkien expert Joseph Pearce, visiting professor at Aquinas College, will explain the Catholic roots of one of the 20th century’s most beloved novels. Open to the public; all ages welcome. No fee. For information see the Facebook event page or see our story here.

April 28, “Reconciliation Demystified: Talk By Fr. Steve Dos Santos, CPPS, 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 29, Vigil Praise at The Athenaeum of Ohio/Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West (Mt. Washington/Cincinnati) 7-9 pm. Eucharistic Exposition, Adoration, and Benediction hosted by the seminarians at the seminary’s beautiful Chapel of St. Gregory; traditional and contemporary music. Sponsored by the St. James Project. Deacon Russ Feldkamp will lead. New this evening: An outdoor reception on the portico will follow. For information click here.

April 30, Life’s 5th Quarter Pro-life Mass and Rosary Procession at Holy Name Church (Mt. Auburn/Cincinnati), 8 am. Youth-focused Mass and procession to the Planned Parenthood abortion business. Fr. Cyril Whitaker and Fr. Matt Cushing will concelebrate; Covington Catholic High School’s award-winning choir will sing. All welcome, especially schools, homeschool families, and youth groups. For information contact RAndolina@hotmail.com.

April 30, “Walk to the Beat,” New Hope Center’s Annual Walk for LIfe at Pioneer Park (Covington). Two-mile fundraising walk benefits New Hope Center’s acrtivities protecting the sanctity of human life and helping mothers and fathers faced with unplanned pregnancies. Individuals and teams welcome. For information click here.

April 30, Flying Pig Marathon Events (Downtown Cincinnati). Running for Run for the Call or other Catholic charities? Today are the Toyota 10K, Tri-State Running 5K, 26th Mile Kids Marathon, and several other events.

April 30, Annual Car, Craft and Quilt Show at Chatfield College (St. Martin, OH), 10 am – 6 pm. Local and regional quilters and vendors, a craft show, traditional craft demonstrations, a classic car show, live entertainment, food, more. Tickets $3 adults, $2 seniors, free for 12 and under. For information, contact Pam Spencer at 513-875-3344, ext. 126 or pam.spencer@chatfield.edu.

April 30, Spring Fling Dance at Good Shepherd Church, 7-11:30 pm. Live music by The Remains. Sponsored by New Visions ministry for divorced, separated or widowed people; all welcome. Tickets $20 in advance or at the door (no credit card sales). For information or registration call Sandra Smith at 513-563-1868 or email keeponmoving6772@aol.com. To ensure a seat, reserve in advance and pick up your ticket at will-call. For information see good-shepherd.org.

April 30, Deacon Ordinations at Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church in Dayton, 11 am. Archbishiop Dennis Schnurr will ordain more than 30 transitional and permanent deacons. All welcome.

May 1, 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. All invited to the Chapel of St. Gregory the Great for Adoration and prayer.

May 1, Flying Pig Marathon Events (Downtown Cincinnati). Running for Run for the Call or other Catholic charities? Today are the Marathon and Half-Marathon events and four-person relays.

May 1, Jericho Walk at Kettering (OH) Abortion Business, 2 pm. Sponsored by 40 Days for LIfe-Dayton. Join in the fourth of seven processions around the late-term abortion business and pray for the walls to come down. For information click here. For our story click here.

May 3, Fr. Paul Mueller 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.

May 3, Week Four 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 5, Talk by Spencer Hargedon 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.

May 5, CareNet Pregnancy Services of Northern Kentucky Annual Banquet at Receptions Hall (Erlanger, KY), 5:30 reception; 6:30 dinner and program. Keynote speaker: Abby Johnson; MC WKRC-TV’s Sheila Gray; music by Velvet Soul. No fee (a donation request will be extended); business attire appropriate. RSVP to jackiek@carenetnky.org by Friday, April 29th.

May 7, “The James Webb Space Telescope: A Deeper View Into Our Universe and its Origins” 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

May 8, Jericho Walk at Kettering (OH) Abortion Business, 2 pm. Sponsored by 40 Days for LIfe-Dayton. Join in the fifth of seven processions around the late-term abortion business and pray for the walls to come down. For information click here. For our story click here.

For more Catholic events, see our Events page.

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