This year’s Mini March for Life, hosted by Cincinnati Right to Life at the end of January, saw at least 500 people march the sidewalk in front of Planned Parenthood on Auburn Avenue. The event began on the steps of Holy Name Church, where Father Ethan Moore (pastor) addressed the crowd. After pro-life prayers, the … Continued
Tradition tells us that the Blessed Virgin Mary made 15 promises to St. Dominic which she extends to anyone who prays the rosary. Here are her promises along with a brief explanation for both adults and children. 1. Whoever shall faithfully serve me by the recitation of the Rosary shall receive signal graces. Explanation: What are … Continued
Looking for a small time commitment with great theological reward? Look no further than our next educational series, Hebrews: The New and Eternal Covenant, as we embark on a guided tour of the “Holy of Holies” of biblical theology. The book of Hebrews is like a little catechism. It is steeped in rich truths that … Continued
We are constantly challenged to understand the reasons Christ died by crucifixion and the meaning of his resurrection. As Father McCarthy points out in his homily, it was even difficult for his Apostles and disciples to understand. Father McCarthy goes on to explain, though, what a wondrous gift it was that demands from us our … Continued
Fr McCarthy made a very good point in his Sunday homily when he said the centurion in the Passion readings, not the Apostles or his followers, was heard saying, “This truly was the Son of God”. We use the Lenten season to truly recognize Jesus is God as well.
With praise and thanksgiving to almighty God and in gratitude to the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnati joyfully announces the ordination of Ethan Michael Hoying to the sacred order of the diaconate through the laying on of hands and the invocation of the Holy Spirit by his excellency, the Most Reverend … Continued
Father McCarthy talked in his most recent homily about “suffering” as a deep yearning for something better. And, through suffering, we come to experience a deeper, more personal relationship with God.
Father McCarthy continues his Lenten Message to prepare because the Scriptures tell us a perosnal response is required for your salvation.
Father McCarthy is passionate about us following our faith, us following the scriptures… about us knowing God. Listen to his past Sunday homily about getting to know God and his “wants” for us through the scriptures and our personal experience.
Father McCarthy as our spiritual leader and teacher grounds his homilies in the Gospel readings. Listen in as he reflects on today’s Gospel readings to challenge us to have a new experience in our lenten preparations, to show God our dedication.