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By Gail Finke An OSU basketball standout who is now a religious sister spoke to Russia, Ohio, students and their families Sunday afternoon – and shot some hoops with them in the Russia High School gym. The former Sarah Schulze, now Sister Mary Xavier (of the Sisters of St. Francis

Why palms? Why washing of the feet? How do we as Catholics celebrate Lent? In preparation for Holy Week, check out this 2 minute video

The statue of St. Patrick leads the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in Cincinnati Saturday, Mar. 10, 2018. (CT Photo/E.L. Hubbard)
From the Staff of The Catholic Telegraph: Happy St. Patrick’s Day   The Friendly Sons of St. Patrick Cincinnati Seranade

For La Salle's Football Team, it's Mind, Body, and Spirit by immersing in a day of conditioning and reflecting on the Stations of the Cross (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
Tonight and throughout Lent, many have and will participate in the Stations of the Cross throughout the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. The stations grew out of pilgrims travelling to Jerusalem and walking the Via Dolorosa to Calvary. On March 15, La Salle High School football players continued that tradition in a

Calligrapher and illuminator Diane von Arx will speak on her work on the renowned St. John Bible at Xavier University Thursday, March 22. “She’s probably the most famous calligrapher in the country,” said University Library Director Ken Gibson. “We would love to have many people come – calligraphers, artists, medievalists,

Students in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati are uniting their voices in prayer for today’s National School Walk Out Day. Today’s picture’s at Lehman High School in Sidney Ohio.

Mixed Martial Arts heavyweight champ turned actor a staunch Catholic By Gail Finke The Cincinnati Men’s Conference owes its revival, in part, to Scotland’s great hero William Wallace. “’Braveheart’ happened to be on while I was thinking about it,” said Catholic Speakers Organization founder Joe Condit. “A lot of people

Discussing the From and the For: Love one another. (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
“Let’s violate a cultural norm. In a time when religious conversations can seem tense or even taboo, we sit down with a different guest each week to talk about their faith (or disbelief), what shaped it, and why it matters.” — The Threshold So begins the ‘About’ section of The

Although we are still focused on the season of Lent, Easter will be here soon. You know what that means: it’s “open season” on the Resurrection. The History Channel will reveal a “secret Gospel” that contradicts Jesus’ rising from the dead. Atheists on Facebook will start posting memes about “Zombie