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St. Charles Borromeo Parish in Kettering is donating goods to two local charities for its Lenten almsgiving: the pantry in the Biltmore Towers for seniors and the Brunner Literacy Center for adult learning. The charities have provided St. Charles with a list of needed items. Parishioners are bringing them to

By Paul Clark Special to The Catholic Telegraph Small change can make a big difference. As part of his pledge to One Faith, One Hope, One Love, David Cossentino of Loveland added some coins totaling $1.63. That’s face value. But there’s a flip side: Their total worth, as evaluated by

Lehman Catholic High School will present its 39th annual all-school musical – Godspell – on March 23, 24, and 25, 2017, at the school. The Thursday night curtain is at 7:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday performances begin at 8:00 p.m. Based on the Gospel of St. Matthew, Godspell is not

CINCINNATI, March 16, 2017 – Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio is encouraged by yesterday’s decision by U.S. District Court Judge Derrick Watson to freeze the travel ban on refugees seeking safety in America. “America has a long tradition of being a beacon of hope for those fleeing war and persecution 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

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

David Berg (Courtesy Photo)
Badin High School senior David Berg has been named a National Merit Scholarship finalist. “I’m happy,” smiled Berg. “It’s a relief. I’ve been waiting to find out since September … it’s good to know.” Berg, the son of David and Cecelia Berg of Oxford, was one of 16,000 semifinalists named

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

Kenwood, OH – New for the 2017-2018 school year, St. Vincent Ferrer School is offering a full-day Pre-Kindergarten class open to all families. “The expansion is a result of continued growth in the school’s traditional K-8 program”, says Principal Kim Roy. “Parents are seeking high-quality early childhood education leading to