The Catholic Heritage of Cincinnati, Ohio



St. Lawrence Church, 
Price Hill

 

 A Resource for Researchers of the 
Roman Catholic Church and its Members
in Cincinnati and Hamilton County


Bishop Edward Fenwick, O.P, first bishop of Cincinnati


Cincinnati and Hamilton County are within the confines of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. The Diocese of Cincinnati was formed in 1821 and at that time covered all of Ohio as well as the rest of the Northwest Territory. By 1944 the extent of the diocese had been reduced to nineteen counties in southwest Ohio.

Cincinnati and Hamilton County has a rich Catholic heritage, profoundly influenced by German and Irish immigrants who founded national parishes where they could worship together.  Other ethnic groups also founded parishes including the Italians, Polish, and Hungarians.




Introduction to
Catholic Research
The Founding of the Church
in Cincinnati, 1818-1820
Archdiocesan Research 
Services and Genealogy Policy
Bibliography for Research Religious Orders in Cincinnati
 Links for Catholic Research

Virtual Archives: 
Historical Documents
Cincinnati Catholic Biographies Record Examples
Catholic Institutions in 1920
Census of Hamilton County
Bishops of the Archdiocese
Profiles of Catholic Parishes in
Cincinnati and Hamilton County
Profiles of Catholic Cemeteries
in Cincinnati and Hamilton Co.


 

1998-2008 by David J. Endres