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By Steve Trosley The Catholic Telegraph His desk is a Formica-topped table. His office décor is part store room, part closet. Two mourning doves keep watch on him from outside on the windowsill nearby. But when you ask Jonathan Love, headmaster of St. Peter Claver Latin School for Boys what

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph  With money coming from a variety of sources, Father Rob Waller of St. Andrew parish in Milford wired $14,436.92 in donations specifically “for the children of Gaza, and for the school and parish of Holy Family.” Father Waller, wired the money directly to the

The St. Maximilian Kolbe Children's Choir sang the national anthem at the Cincinnati Reds' game Aug. 22. (CT Photo/John Stegeman)
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph See video below About 40 members of the St. Maximilian Kolbe Children’s Choir took to the field at Great American Ballpark Friday, Aug. 22 to participate in the tradition of singing the national anthem prior to Cincinnati Reds‘ games. The choir performed in front

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph See video & photos below. Showing his support for those suffering from ALS, Archdiocese of Cincinnati Superintendent of Catholic School Jim Rigg took part in the ice bucket challenge Thursday morning at Elder High School. FAQ: What is the Ice Bucket Challenge, and why

Students pose outside the Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains after the 2013 Catholic Schools Week Mass. (CT Photo/John Stegeman)
Staff Report Back-to-school shopping sales are nearly over, which means the school year is underway or about to start at most of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s Catholic schools. If you’re curious about which Catholic schools are already in session, and which are yet to begin, consult this handy list below,

Pope Francis, still wearing a yellow pin commemorating the victims of last April’s ferry disaster, walks down the aisle to answer questions from journalists aboard the papal flight from Seoul, South Korea, to Rome Aug. 18. (CNS photo/Paul Haring) See POPE-PLANE Aug. 18, 2014.
By Francis X. Rocca Catholic News Service ABOARD THE PAPAL FLIGHT FROM SEOUL, South Korea — Pope Francis said the use of force can be justified to stop “unjust aggressors” such as Islamic State militants in northeastern Iraq, but he declined to endorse U.S. military airstrikes against the militants and

By Francis X. Rocca Catholic News Service SEOUL, South Korea — Starting his first visit to Asia, Pope Francis urged South Korean political and civic leaders to seek peace on their divided peninsula and strengthen their nation’s commitment to democracy and social justice. “Peace is not simply the absence of

Staff Report Though much of the world and media attention have turned to the humanitarian crisis in Iraq, the situation in Gaza remains dire as well. Father Rob Waller of St. Andrew’s in Milford is doing something to help.

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph With the use of a walker, and a helper at the ready, Archbishop Emeritus Daniel E. Pilarczyk made his way down the fourth-floor hallway at the Little Sisters of the Poor St. Paul’s Archbishop Leibold Home for the Aged. Despite suffering the effects of

Press Release Father Christopher Armstrong, current pastor of St. Antoninus Church in Cincinnati, has been appointed Judicial Vicar of the Archdiocese of Military Services.  Archbishop Timothy Broglio announced the appointment Monday, Aug. 11. Father Armstrong assumes his new duties at the AMS Pastoral Center in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 1.