Seventeen Jubilarians celebrated their journeys as Franciscans at the majestic St. Monica-St. George church in Cincinnati.
Staged near the site where friars first settled in Cincinnati, the Reds’ parade is a circus in the streets. It’s always chaotic, as humans and animals scramble to find their places among almost 200 entries. This year, the 100th anniversary of the event, the chaos starts early.
Fr. Tom “Grand-Slam” Speier’s love of baseball and the Cincinnati Reds was fostered at an early age. The joy of the game and thrill of catching a No-hitter is vividly remembered.
We’re getting ready for the 100th Annual Red’s Findlay Market Opening Day parade this year on Thursday, March 28. We love the Reds and we love Cincinnati. Our presence in the parade allows us to share in the rich heritage of this city and celebrate our diverse and wonderful community.
Eight hundred years ago, Francis of Assisi crossed the battlefields to share the Christian faith with Muslim leader, al-Malik al-Kamil, in Damietta, Egypt. In celebration of this event, we invite you to view the film, The Sultan and the Saint, at locations around Cincinnati and Detroit.
Fr. Clifford Hennings wants to help you navigate your Lenten journey – and discover one of the best-kept secrets in Cincinnati. For Clifford, Director of Shrine Ministry at St. Anthony Shrine in Mt. Airy, a Lenten Speaker Series is a good way to introduce people to a valuable spiritual resource.