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The bell tower at UD's Immaculate Conception Chapel stands vigil over Christmas at UD (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
Common Bond, a group of about 700 former Marianist brothers and priests, will gather at the University of Dayton July 27 through 29 for a triennial union. Bob Toai, a former Marianist brother, Common Bond board member and reunion planning committee member, said the group has been meeting every three

St. Bernard Church, Springfield, undergoing renovation. (Courtesy Photo)
Parishioners who worship at St Bernard’s in Springfield are worshiping in the original church built in 1870, ten years after the parish founding. But they will soon enjoy a more attractive, weather-secure facility. Parish business manager John Herzog said the church was renovated in 1924, but at that time the

The CT crew visited St. Ann Church in Groesbeck this weekend, where parishioners are in the middle of their annual St. Ann novena and celebrated with an ice cream social. The novena includes nine days of Masses and prayers with a relic of St. Ann, the mother of Mary. It ends

By Gail Finke After amassing everything needed for Mass or Eucharistic adoration but an altar, the archdiocese’s Office of Youth Evangelization staff members needed a place to put it all. Plastic tubs and bins just didn’t seem right for the chalices and bowls, thurible (incense holder), candelabras, monstrance, and other

COLUMBUS – Today Gov. John R. Kasich granted a reprieve to delay the execution of Cleveland Jackson and commuted the death sentence of Raymond Tibbetts to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Jackson had been scheduled to be executed on September 13, 2018 and Tibbetts on October 17,

By Sharon Semanie Mother Teresa of Calcutta continues to be immortalized by fans worldwide. Among those admirers is Ramesh Malhotra, whose Malhotra Collection features artwork of Mother Teresa, as well as other saints and blessed prominently displayed at the Maria Stein Shrine of the Holy Relics through December. The exhibit

“The Catholic Telegraph” brought home an award from the Catholic Press Association for the third time in four years, and other Catholic magazines based in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati earned honors as well. Gail Finke’s article “Rise Together: An Unforgettable Halftime” picked up third place for Best Online Content not

Sidney, Ohio | July 17, 2018 — The Lehman Catholic High School Alumni Association is proud to announce the school’s twelfth annual Lehman Hall of Fame Induction. This year there are five inductees: Lester and Marilyn Kloeker, Tom Frantz, Ben Scott Sr., and William Zimmerman Sr. These distinguished individuals will

Come learn about the 2018 U.S. Farm Bill, a major piece of legislation that affects farming, nutrition and anti-hunger efforts, including SNAP and food banks, as well as forestry, conservation and rural programs. Tuesday, July 24, 2018 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm Archdiocese – Sidney Office 119 E. Water St,

Scholarship named for Precious Blood Sister will train staff for Dayton senior facility This story first appeared in our July, 2018 print edition By Walt Schaefer Precious Blood Sister Alice (Rose Miriam) Schoettelkotte was more than thrilled when told scholarships will be awarded in her name. She said she was: