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Recipients of the Guild’s Communicator of the Year award pose with a cutout of Pope Francis. From left: Father. Bob Hater, Dan Andriacco, Michael Pitman, Elizabeth Bookser Barkley,, Marianne Zeleznik, John Keiswetter, Patricia Frey.
Catholic blogger and Brooklyn, NY, Deacon Greg Kandra told writers and other area Catholic communicators gathered for the annual Salesian Guild dinner January 28 that media has changed drastically in the past 40 years – and not for the better. A former producer at CBS and current multimedia editor for

Archdiocese of Cincinnati Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr speaks at a press conference in this CT File Photo. Archbishop Schnur wrote a letter in the May edition of The Catholic Telegraph explaining the upcoming Catholic Relief Services collection. (CT File Photo/John Stegeman)
The human dignity of refugees and immigrants should be the central consideration in any approach to the issues they present. During my annual question and answer session with Catholic high school students from around the Archdiocese yesterday, one of the students showed me a photograph of a Syrian refugee family

The 42nd annual Catholic Schools Week Mass begins with a procession of school banners at the Cathedral of Saint Peter in Chains in Cincinnati Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2016.
By Susan Gibbons Superintendent of Archdiocesan Catholic Schools  It continues to be my honor and privilege to serve the of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati as your superintendent. I am blessed to witness excellence in Catholic education every day. During the week of January 29 – February 4, we will celebrate

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Glenmary Staff Report Days before the start of Catholic Schools Week, Glenmary Home Missioners’ First Vice President Father Neil Pezzulo and Manager of Communications and Marketing John Stegeman participated in a “Career/Vocation Day” for home school students at the Reading branch of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.

Earth Shepherds members Marianne and James Heileman place mulch around a Kentucky Yellowwood tree planted on Good Shepherd Parish grounds Dec. 11, as other members of the group look on. The environmental stewardship group dedicated the tree to Pope Francis. (Courtesy Photo)
By Patty Lindner Inspired by Pope Francis, parish group dedicated to environmental issues has taken action to plant a Kentucky Yellowwood tree on the grounds at Good Shepherd Parish in Montgomery. The Earth Shepherds ministry team at Good Shepherd did some planning and fundraising over several months, and on Dec.

Today, we’ve learned that four refugee arrivals – families from Bhutan, Somalia and Syria – have been cancelled. We are deeply saddened as refugees are persecuted people who are extremely vulnerable. We believe all people are made in the image and likeness of God. All people are worthy of respect

January 30, 2017 Tony Stieritz, Director, Catholic Social Action On behalf of Archbishop Dennis Schnurr, thank you, Mayor Cranley, and thank you, everyone gathered here today. The Catholic Church in the United States has for some time advocated for a comprehensive immigration reform as the true solution to our broken

On February 15, 2017 La Salle High School will host their annual Veteran Appreciation Day featuring guest speaker Archbishop Timothy Broglio, Archbishop of Military Services. “We are excited to have such a high profile guest speaker at our Veteran Appreciation Day,” says Matt Dierkers, Director of Advancement at La Salle.

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By Gail Finke Barefoot in the biting wind and spitting snow, she declined to give her name. At first, the college student tried to avoid answering at all. “I’m not doing it to draw attention to myself,” she explained. “A friend of mine is marching barefoot in Washington, so I