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The Catholic Telegraph

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

  The theme for the 2018 Spring Theology on Tap in Dayton is I’m Catholic, so now what? Theology on Tap takes place at Oregon Express at 336 E 5th St., Dayton Ohio. For a map, click here Spring 2018 Theology on Tap Schedule in Dayton Thursday Mary 17th: Luke

Sister Anne Marie McCarrick A Mass of Christian Burial for Sister of Notre Dame de Namur Anne Marie McCarrick was celebrated Feb. 12 at St. Julie Chapel at Mount Notre Dame Convent in Cincinnati. Sister Anne, 87, died Feb. 6. She was in her 70th year of religious life. A

The Mission of the Laity That the lay faithful may fulfill their specific mission, by responding with creativity to the challenges that face the world today.

St. Joseph Parish in North Bend celebrated one of its own being ordained a transitional deacon Saturday morning with a three-Mass celebration this weekend. Deacon Mark Bredestege proclaimed the Gospel and delivered a homily at all three weekend Masses. Receptions featured deacon-shaped cookies from a local bakery. Bishop Joseph R.

Royalmont Academy students pray outside the Women's Med Center on Lebanon Road in Sharonville, Ohio. The Women's Med Center must shut down by Feb. 4 unless it appeals and Ohio Department of Health ruling and is granted a stay. (Courtesy Photo/Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati)
Seven years of prayers answered By Walt Schaefer Prayer and perseverance have saved lives of the unborn in Sharonville, where, just days before Christmas, an abortion clinic closed as it had opened: without fanfare. One of two southwest Ohio abortion businesses owned by Martin Haskell, known for popularizing the technique

Pope Francis asked people to pray for the success of the inter-Korean summit and, especially, for peace and reconciliation between North Korea and South Korea

God of mercy and compassion, thank you for the extraordinary life, witness, and ministry of Religious Brothers in our Church. In your wisdom, you have called these ordinary men to generously serve, pray, and share your healing love with others. As we prepare for our annual Religious Brothers Day, deepen

“No one has greater love than this, to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.” (John 15:13) This passage from the Gospel reading for May 6, the Sixth Sunday of Easter, is one of the most famous sayings of Jesus. Even non-Christians are quite familiar with it. With these words

Royalmont Academy students pray outside the Women's Med Center on Lebanon Road in Sharonville, Ohio. The Women's Med Center must shut down by Feb. 4 unless it appeals and Ohio Department of Health ruling and is granted a stay. (Courtesy Photo/Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati)
April 25, 2018 (Cincinnati, OH): God has answered prayers! Many have come and prayed in front of the abortion mill since its opening in November, 2010. Over the past years, several 40 Days for Life Campaigns were held, the rosary has been prayed every Saturday morning since the beginning of

Seven African-American High School students have been awarded a four-year grant of $1000.00 per year from the Archbishop Karl J. Alter Scholarship Grant program for 2018-2019. Deacon Royce Winters of the Archdiocesan Office for African-American Pastoral Ministries announced this week that the following students would receive the grants: Garvin Billings,