Note New Starting Time: 12:10 pm and special 12:10 Series offerings on alternative Thursdays!
People interested in issues confronting the Greater Cincinnati community are regulars at the cathedral’s Community Issues Forum from September through May. The forums are held in the cathedral’s third floor Forum Room, unless otherwise noted, and they are generally held twice a month on Thursdays at 12:10 pm. They are free and open to all. All programs include time for questions and answers. Attendees may bring their own lunches or buy one at the cathedral for $6.00. See videos of past forums. Sign up to be on the mail list. More information.
May 25 | Last Spring Community Forum
Forums this spring have focused on local responses to what is going on in Washington and what are the issues that Cincinnati City Council and mayoral candidates should be addressing. Now it’s your turn. At the next Community Issues Forum, we invite you to take part in a discussion that taps your views on these two topics. Come prepared to talk about the issues you think are important or being overlooked. Some of the panelists who participated in the earlier spring forums will serve as discussion leaders, and we will record and send your collected wisdom to the candidates for city offices and your representatives in Washington, D.C. As a celebration of your participation in this year’s forums, lunch is free of charge.