Diocese of Steubenville
422 Washington Street
P.O. Box 969
Steubenville, Ohio 43952
06/29/15 7:53 am
"Beloved, rejoice in the measure that you share Christ’s sufferings." (1 Peter 4). We all are united in the suffering and death of Jesus.Read More
06/27/15 7:04 am
"Truth can be assaulted but never defeated." (Saint Boniface) May we increase our resolve to teach the sanctity of marriage. Never despair.Read More
06/25/15 1:09 am
On this, my 21st anniversary of presbyteral ordination, I give thanks to God to be able to share the Eucharist with my brothers and sisters.Read More
06/30/15 9:47 am
(Vatican Radio)Â The General Audiences held on Wednesdays will be suspended for the whole month of July. They will resume in August in the Paul VI Hall.
There will, however, be an Audience on the afternoon of July 3rd with the Movement of Renewal in the Spirit, in St. Peter's Square.Read More
06/30/15 9:33 am
(Vatican Radio)Â Pope Francis on Tuesday morning visited Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI at his residence, the former Convent Mater Ecclesiae, in the Vatican, to greet him and wish him a pleasant stay in Castel Gandolfo in the Roman hills. The meeting lasted about half and hour.
The director of the Vatican Press Office, Father Federico Lombardi said the Pope Emeritus transferred to the summer retreat earlier today and will remain there for the next two weeks. He is scheduled to return Â on July 14.ÂRead More
06/30/15 9:18 am
(Vatican Radio) This week members of the International Council of Christians and Jews have been meeting to discuss âThe 50th Anniversary of Nostra Aetate: The Past, Present, and Future of the Christian-Jewish Relationshipâ, and it was on this theme that Pope Francis addressed the participants on Tuesday in the Clementine Hall in the Vatican.
He told them that Nostra Aetate represented a definitive âyesâ to the Jewish roots of Christianity and an irrevocable ânoâ to anti-Semitism adding, that both faith traditionsÂ were no longer strangers, but friends and brothers.Read More