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Gail Finke

By Gail Finke (An earlier version of this story was previously posted in error.) A real estate venture by Catholics who both wanted to make their fortunes and establish a village far from the anti-Catholic sentiment of urban Cincinnati, rural St. Bernard was home to one of the country’s original

By Gail Finke  A Christian life for women is best centered on the sacraments and the example of Mary, four speakers told the sold-out crowd attending the Greater Cincinnati Catholic Women’s Conference (GCCWC) March 3.      The topics were as different as the speakers’ personalities. Theresa Tomeo’s pithy observations

Pope Francis released  third apostolic letter, “Rejoice and be Glad: On the Call to Holiness in the Contemporary World” (“Gaudete et exsultate“) Monday, April 9. The document urges Catholics to seek holiness and to avoid what the pope sees as two special temptations to error popular in modern thought. “My modest goal is to repropose the call to

  ADDED 4/6: ST. MARGARET OF YORK Our April print issue features the annual Divine Mercy Sunday celebration at St. Bartholomew Parish in Finneytown (Springfield Twp.) It has grown steadily for 15 years, but is not the only local celebration of this feast, which started in Poland but became a

St. Anthony Shrine Holy Thursday Morning (Greg Hartman CT/Photo)
Each month The Catholic Telegraph Bucket List lists three places in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati to visit at least once in your life. So when you’re planning day trips, check here for suggestions. You can keep the Bucket List page from each issue, or download the page to print out at home using

                            Franciscan friars have been “connected to the community” for more almost 175 years — and once again marched in the Cincinnati Reds Opening Day Parade.

In March, we brought you a chart of the 14 Stations of the Cross (plus one), each from a different church or institution in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. We have shared a detailed photo of each with you throughout Holy Week. This is the optional 15th station, suggested by St. Pope John Paul

In March, we brought you a chart of the 14 Stations of the Cross (plus one), each from a different church or institution in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. We’ll share a detailed photo of each with you throughout Holy Week. Click here to see the entire spread. For a printable file (best

In March, we brought you a chart of the 14 Stations of the Cross (plus one), each from a different church or institution in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. We’ll share a detailed photo of each with you throughout Holy Week. Click here to see the entire spread. For a printable file (best

In March, we brought you a chart of the 14 Stations of the Cross (plus one), each from a different church or institution in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. We’ll share a detailed photo of each with you throughout Holy Week. Click here to see the entire spread. For a printable file (best