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Catherine Finke and Sr. Catherine de Notre Dame, lsp.
Most of us want to leave a legacy — a memorial of sorts, large or small, recognizing our lives on Earth and contributions we made. Mike Ibold Wilger’s legacy is grand. A piece of his life’s mission to the less fortunate brings smiles and laughter, dancing and singing, joy and

By Luke Carey: Can we have an honest conversation? Have you ever thought that, not all the time, but every now and again when we speak of the faith, we come across, as a bit stale? It is not a matter of doctrine, or liturgy or the truths our church

Deacon ordination
Lent is a time for renewal and a time for discernment: What is God calling me to do? The Diaconate is the foundation of the ministry of the Order of Deacon: a divine vocational call. A call to vocation is a grace from God. There are many ways in which

Badin students celebrate PI Day
Students at Hamilton Badin and Ursuline Academy celebrated Pi Day, or 3.14159 day if you prefer.

Ursuline Academy students accepted in the Greater Cincinnati Health Council’s TAP MD program: front row, left: Caroline Hogan, Sydney Robinson, Lynn Ahrens, Bridgette Foos; back row, left: Kendra Polson, Nadia Alam, Julia Lotterer, Yasmeen Quadri. (Courtesy Photo)
Cincinnati, OH – Ursuline Academy announced that eight juniors who have recently been accepted into the TAP MD program: Lynn Ahrens of Blue Ash, Nadia Alam of Montgomery, Bridgette Foos of Symmes Township, Caroline Hogan of Montgomery, Julia Lotterer of Beckett Ridge, Kendra Polson of Mason, Yasmeen Quadri of West

Carroll High School National Merit Finalist From Left to Right, Julia Arnold, Alex Dingus, Maeve Curliss, Ryan Buechele, and Angela Smith. (Courtesy Photo)
DAYTON, Ohio – All five Carroll High School seniors who were named National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists in September 2016 have earned the distinction of National Merit Scholarship Finalist for the Class of 2017. The College Board selected Julia Arnold, Ryan Buechele, Maeve Curliss, Alex Dingus, and Angela Smith based on

  Men of the Archdiocese: Have you ever wondered if you might be called to be a Permanent Deacon in the Catholic Church? Wonder what a deacon does and what it takes to become a deacon? If so, please attend an informational meeting, along with your wife. The dates are:

To Catholic Telegraph readers: A survey is being conducted on behalf of charitable groups in the archdiocese. The survey is being conducted in conjunction with Xavier University to try to understand how people volunteer and/or donate to non-profit organizations. Your answers will be greatly appreciated as there has been a

On Saturday, March 4th, 14 students from St. Maximilian Kolbe Parish in Liberty Township, Children’s Choir participated in the Southwest Ohio Chapter of Chorister’s Guild’s 31st Annual ChoralFest, at Sycamore Presbyterian.

By: Chuck Gibson, Contributor Catholics throughout the nation celebrated Catholic Schools Week January 29-February 4. St. Columban School in Loveland, Ohio began the celebration with an Open House with classroom tours, displays, and a karaoke Café featuring students singing. “It was great,” said Rev. Larry Tensi, pastor of St. Columban