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Meet Samuel & his family of 12. They’re Congolese but have been living in a refugee camp since 2004. After a 24-hour flight, they arrived safely to Cincinnati today and enjoyed a hot meal of familiar food at Catholic Charities before heading to their new home. Thanks to the more
Badin High School students recently helped load the truck with more than 6,500 canned goods headed for St. Raphael’s food bank for the holiday season. Badin averaged more than 10 cans per student, with the sophomores leading the way with 2,048 canned goods donated. Assisting with the load effort were,
Prayer Intentions of Pope Francis The Holy Father’s prayer intentions for December 2016 Pope Francis’s universal intention is for an end to child-soldiers: That the scandal of child-soldiers may be eliminated the world over. His evangelization intention is for Europe: That the peoples of Europe may rediscover the beauty, goodness, and
STATE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES LaSalle (12-2) 14 vs. Perry (Massillon) 7 St. Xavier (9-5) 27 vs. St. Ignatius (Cleveland) (13-1) 20 All Archdiocese High School Standings LaSalle Lancers 13-2 (Ohio State Division II Champions) (Greater Catholic South Football Champions) St. Xavier Bombers 10-5 (Ohio State Division I Champions) Archbishop Alter Knights
The La Salle Cheerleaders were privileged to work with the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati Cheerleaders. They will perform with the La Salle Cheerleaders at Halftime of an upcoming La Salle Basketball game and will be their 2nd performance at Bill Cady Court.
Though not in the printed edition of The Catholic Telegraph which was in its 32nd year, below is the text of President Lincoln’s Thanksgiving Proclamation: By the President of the United States of America A Proclamation The year that is drawing toward its close has been filled with the blessings
As Advent approaches, Father Todd Grogan encourages all Catholics “to go to Joseph.” Father Grogan, pastor of Annunciation Parish in Clifton, said “Mary always figures prominently in the prayer, the Masses, the readings at Advent. But, she was not the only one waiting. Joseph was in on it, too, and
Reprinted from The Catholic Telegraph Friday, November 29, 1963 edition Like Americans everywhere, Catholics of the Cincinnati Archdiocese turned to prayer this week as they mourned the death of the late President John F. Kennedy. Thousands attended special Requiem Masses offered in all the churches, and pastors noted a sharp
Holy Name Procession through Over The Rhine, October 2016.
In October, 37 members of the Latino community were recognized at St. Julie Billiart Parish in Hamilton for completing a program called Echoes of Faith. The program is a new initiative launched in large part by Dina Beach, of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s Office of Evangelization and Discipleship, who is