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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.

Taxpayers Must Finance Grants to Abortionists April 18, 2018 (Cincinnati, OH): On August 3, 2017 the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals (Judges Eugene Siler, Eric Clay, and Helene White) heard Case 1:16-cv-00539 Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio v. Lance Himes, at Potter Stewart Courthouse in Cincinnati,. Planned Parenthood of Ohio

Totus Tuus group at St. Margaret-St. John (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
Totus Tuus (Totally Yours) is a summer Catholic youth program dedicated to sharing the Gospel and promoting the Catholic Faith through evangelization, catechesis, Christian witness and Eucharistic worship. Our week-long Parish Summer Catechetical Program assists parents and parishes in the evangelizing and catechizing of their youth by supplementing the work they

Public encouraged to ‘make a good day’ through personal acts of service PRICE HILL, CINCINNATI, OH – On Tuesday, April 17, Elder High School’s entire student body, faculty and staff will hold a Day of Service in honor of former teacher Mark Klusman who died in December after being struck

Statue where St. Bernadette witnessed the beautiful Lady in Lourdes France (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
St. Bernadette was born in Lourdes, France on January 7, 1844. Her parents were very poor and she was the first of nine children. She was baptized at St. Pierre’s, the local parish church, on January 9. As a toddler, Bernadette contracted cholera and suffered extreme asthma. Unfortunately, she lived

Reflecting on the experience (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
What is Abide? Simply put Abide, through personal accompaniment, forms and commissions high school youth to root their lives in Christ through His Church, and to share this Christian joy with others as missionary disciples. Abide’s pinnacle experience presents a unique opportunity: to go into the world as a missionary

By Gail Finke (An older version of this story was posted in error.)  Franciscans in Europe didn’t pastor churches. Even when sent on foreign missions, they established friaries, where they lived together in community and worked with the poor.  But in America, things were different. Father David Endres, dean of

On Wednesday, April 11, 2018, spring finally arrived in all it’s glory. Driving down Beechmont Ave, car windows were down, radios/sound systems blaring, and the sun was shining: a great evening to be outdoors. At Immaculate Heart of Mary, the NET Ministries team was busy at work on their monthly

DAYTON, Ohio — Step aside, Alexander Hamilton. The University of Dayton will premiere a new musical about one of its own “founding fathers,” Blessed William Joseph Chaminade, who survived persecution during the French Revolution and started the Society of Mary in 1817. The University of Dayton will present the world

By Nick Hardesty One day, Charles Dickens sat in a coffee shop. Actually, it was a “coffee room,” as indicated on the glass door of the establishment. Dickens had read that sign and frequented rooms like it many times. But, on this day, he happened to read the sign from

The vocation prayer that we say in our parishes has a very curious plea: “Help us… to respond with a generous “yes.” Every time I say the prayer, that phrase haunts me. It seems that the root of our problem in fostering holy vocations is that no one wants to