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On July 21st  12 members of Boy Scout Troop 530 chartered by Incarnation Church in Centerville completed a 321 mile bicycle trip from Pittsburgh, PA to Washington DC. The scouts camped along the way traversing the Great Allegany Passage Trail and the C&O canal tow path. Incarnation Parochial Vicar and

Pope Francis holds dove before his weekly audience at the Vatican
Pope Francis’s prayer intentions for August: Artists That artists of our time, through their ingenuity, may help everyone discover the beauty of creation.

On July 16, 2017, three Archdiocese of Cincinnati employees embarked on a mission trip to India. Mike Gable Director of the Mission Office, Tony Stieritz Director of Social Action, and Sister Eileen Connelly Managing Editor of The Catholic Telegraph flew to Chennai India. This is part II of their journey.

On July 16, 2017, three Archdiocese of Cincinnati employees embarked on a mission trip to India. Mike Gable Director of the Mission Office, Tony Stieritz Director of Social Action, and Sister Eileen Connelly Managing Editor of The Catholic Telegraph flew to Chennai India. Chennai  the capital of the Indian state

3rd Place, Trey Rouse and Daughter Marissa in Show us your Mary Garden.
Catholic Telegraph Mary Garden Photo Contest Who can enter? Any readers of “The Catholic Telegraph,” from anywhere in the country. What are we looking for? Photos of your garden featuring a statue of Mary or other Catholic statues, plantings, or elements. Enter as many photos as you like, as often

Though we’re just about the halfway mark for our Archdiocese of Cincinnati Students summer break, they’ve been busy this summer.

Did you know that there was one Catholic signer of the Declaration of Independence? Charles Carroll (September 19, 1737 – November 14, 1832), known as Charles Carroll of Carrollton or Charles Carroll III to distinguish him from his similarly-named relatives, was a wealthy Maryland planter and an early advocate of

When you hear these words, Brent Spence Bridge, you immediately tense up. We’ve arrived at summer and the orange barrels have blossomed throughout the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. They make ones live miserable. Seen on Interstate 75 Saturday: I-71 at Ohio River 85 minutes. (16 miles away). There’s a way to

Booth Row at the festival (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
On June 9th through June 11th there were 10 Festivals throughout the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. The CT Crew was out and about at 6 of them. Today our final 2 stops, St. Maximilian Kolbe in Liberty Township and Assumption in Mount Healthy.

The CT Crew was out and about over the June 9th – 11th weekend checking out the festivals on Big Ten Festival Weekend. The 4th stop was St. Helen’s Festival in Riverside, Southeast of Dayton.