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Sisters, brothers and priests from religious communities throughout the archdiocese who are celebrating jubilees in 2016 came together for an annual Mass in their honor at Mount Notre Dame in Cincinnati Oct. 15. Celebrated by Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr, the Mass recognized the faith of the women and men religious

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This story was originally published June 4, 2015.  Staff Report  There was a time not so long ago where the amount of time it took between a newspaper story being written and it being published was several hours at a minimum. By contrast, this Throwback Thursday post was written and

A crown of thorns is seen at St. Bonaventure Church in Paterson, N.J.. Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the penitential season of Lent, during which Christians reflect on the suffering of Jesus, especially on Good Friday. (CNS photo/Octavio Duran)
Staff Report As the first Ash Wednesday Masses let out, thousands of Catholics in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati left church with a visible witness to the faith on their heads. Though one of the most attended Mass days of the year, Ash Wednesday is not a Holy Day of Obligation.

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Staff Report Lent is a penitential season for Catholics preparing to mark the observance of Christ’s death on the cross, and on Easter his resurrection from the dead. For business owners, Lent is just part of the first financial quarter. For today’s Throwback Thursday, we go back to the late-1950s

The Athenaeum of Ohio/Mount St. Mary's Seminary of the West is booming with potential priests. With 66 seminarians enrolled this year, the seminary is nearing full capacity. (CT Photo/John Stegeman)
Is God calling you to become a priest? Mount St. Mary’s Seminary is hosting a Welcome Weekend March 4-5 for men college age or older interested in discerning a call to the priesthood. “If you think you may be called, you will have an opportunity to allow God to speak

A pair of Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur discuss the 175 years of service of their order in the United States. (Courtesy Photo)
By Walt Schaefer For The Catholic Telegraph In 1804, Julie Billiart had a meeting with the Bishop of Amiens, France, when she told him of her vision to create a religious order of women educators who would serve worldwide. The bishop and the sister were not in agreement. The bishop

Sister of Notre Dame de Namur Mary Alice Weber, left, celebrating 80 years in her religious community, is greeted by Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr as Ursuline Sister Lucia Castellini looks on. (CT Photo/Colleen Kelley)
Staff Report Sisters, brothers and priests from religious communities throughout the archdiocese who are celebrating jubilees in 2015 came together for an annual Mass in their honor at Mount Notre Dame in Cincinnati Oct. 10.  Nov. 1 through Nov. 7 is National Vocations Awareness month Celebrated by Archbishop Dennis M.

The Fenwick Falcons celebrate at home after a week 10 victory secured a perfect 10-0 regular season. Fenwick is one of seven area Catholic schools to make the playoffs. (Courtesy Photo/Fenwick High School)
Staff Report Seven Catholic football-playing high schools from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati are continuing their gridiron campaigns this weekend in the first round of the OHSAA high school football playoffs. Here’s a glance at each game of week 11. Badin (7-3) at Fenwick (10-0) Saturday Bishop Fenwick wrapped up an undefeated regular season

Lauren Hill, wearing a gray sweater, sits among her parents and coach at a check presentation two weeks after scoring her first collegiate basket. (CT Photo/John Stegeman)
Staff Report Perhaps one of this publication’s most moving stories of the past couple years involved a non-Catholic and a story not entirely tied to religion. The story of this Throwback Thursday is Lauren Hill. An Indiana native, and standout student-athlete in high school, Hill was diagnosed with, and later died of,

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Press Release Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati Andrea Koverman and Tracy Kemme pronounced first vows during a ceremony June 27 in the Immaculate Conception Chapel at the Mount St. Joseph motherhouse. Both women professed the vows of poverty, consecrated celibacy and obedience, committing themselves “for three years to the service