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First Friday Club of Cleveland presentation by Jerry Monroe

Jerry Monroe, President of St. Peter The Rock Media, addressed the First Friday Club of Cleveland on September 7th.  If you missed his presentation, you can watch it here.

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Catholic High School Football Game of the Week

AM 1260 The Rock is carrying the Catholic High School Football game of the week!  For a schedule of games, click here.

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Catholic Lawyers Guild to present Special Recognition Award to AM 1260 The Rock

The Catholic Lawyers Guild of the Diocese of Cleveland will present a special recognition award to AM 1260 The Rock at its Annual Red Mass and Luncheon on Friday, October 20, 2017. Read the full press release here.

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St. Peter The Rock Media President to address First Friday Club of Cleveland

Jerry Monroe, President of St. Peter The Rock Media, will address the First Friday Club of Cleveland on Thursday, August 31st at the City Club of Cleveland.  Details can found here.

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Pope St. Benedict XI

Nicholas Boccasini was born at Treviso, Italy, in 1240, and he entered the Dominican Order at the age of fourteen. After fourteen years of study, he became lector of theology, an office he filled for several years. In 1296 he was

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St. Maria Goretti

July 6 marks the feast day of St. Maria Goretti, a young virgin and martyr whose life is an example of purity and mercy for all Christians. Maria Goretti is best known for her commitment to purity and the courageous

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St. Anthony Mary Zaccaria

On July 5, the Catholic Church remembers Saint Anthony Mary Zaccaria. A renowned preacher and promoter of Eucharistic adoration, he founded the order of priests now known as the Barnabites. In 2001, the future Pope Benedict XVI, Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger,

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St. Andrew of Crete

Celebrated by Eastern Catholics of the Byzantine tradition on July 4, Saint Andrew of Crete was a seventh-and eighth-century monk, bishop, and hymn-writer. Among Eastern Christians he is best known as the author of the “Great Canon,” a lengthy prayer

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St. Thomas, Apostle

On July 3, the Church celebrates the feast day of St. Thomas the Apostle. Best known for his initial unwillingness to believe the other apostles in their claim that Jesus had risen from the dead, St. Thomas can teach the

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St. Otto, Bishop

On July 2, the Church celebrates the life and work of St. Otto. He was born in 1060 in Swabia, and died on June 30, 1139. He was the Bishop of Bamberg, an indefatigable evengelizer, and the apostle of the Pomeranians. He was

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