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The Catholic Telegraph

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

Sister Carol Lichtenberg, Provincial, and Sister Sarah Cieplinski sign the official register of Perpetual Vows, indicating Sarah’s gift of her complete life to God. (Courtesy Photo)
Sister Sarah Cieplinski professed final vows at Mount Notre Dame on December 29, 2018 CINCINNATI – Sister Sarah Cieplinski, Sister of Notre Dame de Namur (SNDdeN), professed final vows at Mount Notre Dame in Cincinnati, Ohio, on December 29. Sarah joined the SNDdeN community in 2008, and spent the next

The Catholic Schools week Mass for students from Dayton and the Northern Region at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, January 30, at St. Luke in Beavercreek has been cancelled.

In Today’s Video, meet Kevin Hall. He’s a St. Rita School for the deaf graduate, where he received a rich foundation in school and faith, to go on to win the Big Ten Championship in golf at The Ohio State University, and now on tour with the PGA. Here’s his

The Berent Family chose Catholic Schools for their family and in today’s video, we see the value of a Catholic Education.

Students participate in the 2018 Catholic Schools Week Mass (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
Editor’s note: In this second of two articles, we look at additional options to finance your child’s Catholic education. Regardless of your family’s financial situation, more options than ever are available for tuition assistance. One example is a 529 tax-advantage tuition plan, a special investment account designed to encourage savings

Reyna Tinajero shares how her experience of youth ministry saved her from depression and reflects on the beauty of World Youth Day.

Procession of School Banners about to begin (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
Catholic school students, their teachers, and their communities throughout the 19-county Archdiocese of Cincinnati are celebrating the 45th annual Catholic Schools Week from January 27 through February 2 under the theme “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.” More than 1,000 representatives from Greater Cincinnati Catholic schools will participate

All are invited to this special opportunity to venerate the first-class relic of St. Jean Vianney’s incorrupt heart. It will be on display at Old St. Mary’s Church in Over the Rhine on Tuesday, Jan. 29, from 1 P.M. – 6 P.M. A reflection on St. Jean Vianney will be

Editor’s note: This is the first of two articles focusing on options for making a Catholic education affordable. Be sure to check out our February issue for more information, in addition to our Catholic Schools Week special section. The hallmarks of a Catholic education include high academic achievement, faith-based values

WASHINGTON— The president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, Cardinal Daniel DiNardo of Galveston-Houston, has issued the following statement in relation to the observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day on January 21. Cardinal DiNardo’s full statement follows: “Today more than ever, our societies need ‘artisans of peace’ who