Immigration and Good Citizenship

This blog is written by Dr. Bernard Dauenhauer, a professor emeritus of Philosophy at the University of Georgia, whose research interests include Phenomenology, Existentialism and Political Philosophy. He now lives in Cincinnati, serves on the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Immigration Task … Continued

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Immigration in America

In Immigration and the Next America, Archbishop Jose H. Gomez devotes a chapter to how American Catholics should approach immigration informed by tradition, scripture, and the American Catholic experience. Written in 2013, the book is timely in developing a Catholic … Continued

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How to Select Long-Term Care

Angela Hoemelle, Caregiver Assistance Network coordinator for Catholic Charities, knows that selecting a nursing home for a loved one can be stressful. She answers some of the most common questions below. How do you know when it’s time to seek … Continued

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CEO Message

CEO Message In our Winter Blessings newsletter, we share stories about the many people we serve through ministries that feed the hungry, strengthen families, protect the vulnerable and welcome the stranger. Last year, we traveled to the underserved to feed … Continued

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Search for Peace

On January 1, 2018, we marked the 51st World Day of Peace proclaimed by Pope Francis, celebrated on the Octave of Christmas that is the Solemnity of Mary Mother of God. In the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, a Mass celebrated by … Continued

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These are Our Children

Last September, President Trump laid down the marker of March 5, 2018 for final resolution of the fate of hundreds of thousands of beneficiaries of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. These young people are known as ‘DREAMers.’ … Continued

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Five Ways to Show You Care

November is National Caregiver Month. Here are five great ways to show appreciation to caregivers you know. Take them a meal. We usually think to bring meals to friends and family when they are experiencing a crisis, but it’s nice … Continued

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Go with What You have – Faith

A hungry crowd gathered in a rural setting with no immediate food available to feed 5,000 men and many women and children. Jesus directed the disciples to “feed them yourself” and the disciples tried by finding five barley loaves and … Continued

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Letter from Archbishop Schnurr

Dear Friends in Christ, Over the past several days, all of us have followed the historic flooding and resulting devastation and loss of life in southwest Texas. Hurricane Harvey has created an unprecedented and catastrophic weather event of immense proportions. … Continued

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