The Catholic Telegraph
Instructions for a life of love This column first appeared in our July, 2018 print edition It started out quite innocently. I was giving a talk to seventh-grade confirmation students and their parents at a parish. I was speaking about knowing your Catholic faith and sharing it with your child.
It was a busy first half of 2018 in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Check out the half year in pictures:
A shorter version of this story appeared in our July, 2018 print edition. The eighth Ohio Historical Marker in Auglaize County debuted on May 8 when Father Patrick Sloneker and church historian Mike Gerlich unveiled the sign marking the site of Sts. Peter and Paul Church. The mother church of
This year’s Catholic Ministries Appeal (CMA) has exceeded its $5 million goal with $5,183,892 million pledged to the Appeal so far from over 26,500 households in the Archdiocese. The CMA is the annual archdiocesan effort to provide funding for six critical regional ministries: • Seminary and Vocations • Catholic Charities
Franciscan Brother Casey Cole will lead a two-night parish mission about where God is calling you. He will preach all weekend Masses, then present two talks on Monday and Tuesday evening.: Monday, 7pm: “We Are All Called” Tuesday, 7pm: “What Happens After Saying Yes to God” Click here for a
Thousands suffer during extreme heat in the Greater Cincinnati area as they don’t have air conditioning or even fans. On Wednesday, July 11, at 1:00 p.m. at the St. Vincent DePaul Liz Carter Outreach Center in the West End, they will be giving away between 150-200 free fans to help people stay
Fr. Edward Jach, priest, of the Siena Woods Support Community, Dayton, Ohio, USA, died in the service of the Blessed Virgin Mary on June 7, 2018 in Dayton, Ohio, USA, at the age of 86 with 67 years of religious profession. Fr. Ed was a teacher, school chaplain, pastor and
While elaborating on the church’s teaching on immigration, in this video Fr. Mike also points out that a nation has a right and responsibility to protect its borders. While it’s impossible to avoid politics completely on this issue, Fr. Mike addresses primarily the Christian principles inherent in the immigration debate.