- Feb 18, 2020
Rose Lavelle skyrocketed from a star player, loping across the soccer fields at her Catholic girls high school in Cincinnati, to a superstar, scoring three goals for the U.S. women’s team at the World Cup and winning the Bronze Ball as the third-best player in the tournament.
A Vatican official has encouraged an Ohio prosecutor to go to confession after defying the Catholic Church’s new policy that the death penalty is never acceptable.
Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr of Cincinnati has condemned as “demeaning and hurtful” the racist and homophobic chanting which happened during a basketball game between two Catholic high schools in the archdiocese.
Sunday’s special Jubilee for Prisoners will be celebrated at the Vatican, drawing detainees and their families from around Italy and beyond, including Cincinnati, to St. Peter’s Basilica for Mass with Pope Francis and a special reception after.
CINCINNATI – Even as state after state legalizes same-sex marriage, and Pope Francis counsels mercy for those in “irregular” situations, Catholic schools and hospitals are cracking down, firing (or threatening to fire) unmarried couples living together, women using in-vitro fertilization, and gays and lesbians – as well as those who
DAYTON, Ohio – The Catholic archdiocese in southwest Ohio is proposing a committee made up of teachers who will advise on future contracts that include morality clauses. The idea has been in the planning stages since last spring amid controversy over teaching contracts forbidding behavior the church regards as wrong