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The Catholic Telegraph

The Catholic Telegraph

Founded in 1831, The Catholic Telegraph is the official news source of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.

It’s February. That means we’re all a month into our New Year’s resolutions. How’s it going so far? Don’t worry, I get it. It’s tough to quit a bad habit and start a good one. What’s helpful for me is to be more aware of the steps from temptation to

In the Gospels, the term “Son of Man” is used numerous times. What does “Son of Man” mean? When Jesus spoke of himself and His mission, He often referred to himself as “Son of Man.” In the Gospels, He uses the term more than 80 times, especially as recorded in

Human Trafficking For a generous welcome of the victims of human trafficking, of enforced prostitution, and of violence.

Sister Joan Clare Stewart A Mass of Christian Burial for Sister of Charity of Cincinnati Joan Clare Stewart was celebrated Dec. 28 in the motherhouse chapel. Sister Joan Clare, 78, died Dec. 20. She was a Sister of Charity for 59 years. A native of Detroit, Sister Joan Clare earned

Elizabeth Murray, left, and Sophie Haws are still learning and growing from their immersion experience. (Courtesy Photo)
By Kary Ellen Berger After spending a week serving in Cincinnati over the summer, Chaminade Julienne students Sophie Haws ‘20 and Elizabeth Murray ‘20 wanted to continue growing from their experience. The pair was part of a group of four students who attended the Rooted in the Vine summer trip

For many Catholics, 2018 will be remembered with pain and anger because of the new revelations that emerged about the sexual abuse of minors. There is reason to hope, however, that 2019 will be a watershed year in dealing with this evil around the world. My brother bishops and I

Para muchos católicos, 2018 será recordado con dolor y enojo debido a las nuevas revelaciones que surgieron sobre el abuso sexual de menores. Hay razón para esperar, sin embargo, 2019 será un año decisivo para hacer frente a este mal en todo el mundo. Mis hermanos obispos y yo hemos

In March 2018, Brent and Garrett Celek returned to their Alma Mater, La Salle High School in Cincinnati. Brett fresh off winning the Super Bowl with the Eagles, and Garrett off a fine season with the San Francisco 49’ers. Check out the video:

Nativity teacher Olivia Wolber oversees students working in the STEAM lab. (Courtesy Photo)
Nativity of Our Lord is marking the start of its second century with the completion of long-planned improvements to its church and school buildings. The 101-year-old parish, located in Pleasant Ridge, launched $1.2 million worth of projects in May, and completed them in September. “The projects that we have completed

Bishop Joseph Binzer celebrated the Catholic Schools Week Mass at St. Peter in Chains Cathedral on January 29, 2019.