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Chatfield College begins renovation on new Cincinnati campus
This property at 1548 Central Parkway in Cincinnati will become the new home of Chatfield College. (Courtesy Photo)

This property at 1548 Central Parkway in Cincinnati will become the new home of Chatfield College. (Courtesy Photo)

Staff Report

Chatfield College has commenced the renovation of a historic building for use as its new permanent Cincinnati campus in Over-the-Rhine.

Located at 1544 Central Parkway, the 18,000 square foot building will provide a permanent, downtown campus for Chatfield students. The college is currently leasing space at 1800 Logan St. also in Over-the-Rhine. Continue reading

 
Playoff glance and week 8 standings for archdiocese Catholic HS football teams
The St. Xavier junior varsity celebrates after a victory earlier this season. At the varsity level, the high school football playoff landscape is beginning to take shape with only two games to go. (CT Photo/Karen Cromer)

The St. Xavier junior varsity celebrates after a victory earlier this season. At the varsity level, the high school football playoff landscape is beginning to take shape with only two games to go. (CT Photo/Karen Cromer)

Staff Report

With only two weeks to play, including tonights action, the Ohio high school football playoff scene is beginning to take shape. Before getting to the standings, here’s a look at who has a strong chance to be in the postseason. Continue reading

 
Price Hill parish hopes to capitalize on Mass Mob/Flash Mass phenomena

Resurrection School. (Twitter)

Press Release

Staff and faculty at Resurrection School, a CISE school serving some of Price Hill’s poorest children, have initiated an effort to support the small parish church. Learning of Detroit and Buffalo’s “Flash Mass” phenomena, a few individuals determined to bring the very positive event to the Queen City. Continue reading

 
Archbishop Schnurr installs Bishop Thomas in Toledo
Bishop Daniel E. Thomas processes in during the opening of the Mass to install him as the Diocese of Toledo's eighth bishop. (Courtesy Photo)

Bishop Daniel E. Thomas processes in during the opening of the Mass to install him as the Diocese of Toledo's eighth bishop. (Courtesy Photo)

Staff Report

The Most Reverend Daniel E. Thomas was officially installed as the eighth bishop of the Diocese of Toledo Wednesday at Our Lady, Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Cathedral in Toledo.

As the Metropolitan Archbishop the Ecclesial Province of Cincinnati, Cincinnati Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr presented Bishop Thomas with his crosier. Archbishop Schnurr and Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, the apostolic nuncio to the United States, were the installing bishops. Continue reading

 
Throwback Thursday: Four area bishops installed in 1945
Coverage of the installations of bishops from around the region in 1945 are shown. In 1945, three of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati's suffragan sees and one neighboring diocese had new bishops installed. (CT File Photos)

Coverage of the installations of bishops from around the region in 1945 are shown. In 1945, three of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati's suffragan sees and one neighboring diocese had new bishops installed. (CT File Photos)

Staff Report 

Another story you’ll see at TheCatholicTelegraph.com today is about the installation of Bishop Daniel Thomas of the Diocese of Toledo. While bishops of one diocese have no particular authority of the faithful of other dioceses, their installations and appointments are always newsworthy. 

Often many bishops from the surrounding area will gather together, along with the papal nuncio, for the installation Masses. That unity highlights the universality of the church, and the understanding that there is a fraternal spirit among the bishops.

That long-winded intro brings us to today’s Throwback Thursday. Continue reading

 
Mount St. Joe, Xavier work together to help dying athlete’s dream come true
Lauren Hill is a freshman member of Mount St. Joseph University's women's basketball team. She is dying of Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma and hopes to play in a collegiate game during the time she has left. (Courtesy Photo/The Cure Starts Now Foundation)

Lauren Hill is a freshman member of Mount St. Joseph University's women's basketball team. She is dying of Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma and hopes to play in a collegiate game during the time she has left. (Courtesy Photo/The Cure Starts Now Foundation)

By John Stegeman
The Catholic Telegraph 

By now, most people have heard the story of Lauren Hill.

Thanks to collaboration of two of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s Catholic universities, more people will be able to witness a key moment in that story and more money will be raised for research on an incurable disease. Continue reading

 
Downtown church using St. John Paul II feast to build community
Mass goers from St. Louis Catholic Church in downtown Cincinnati (left) will be passing out Pope St. John Paul II prayer cards after the 12:10 p.m. Mass Wednesday Oct. 22. Oct. 22, 2014 is the first feast day of St. John Paul II. (CT Photo/John Stegeman)

Mass goers from St. Louis Catholic Church in downtown Cincinnati (left) will be passing out Pope St. John Paul II prayer cards after the 12:10 p.m. Mass Wednesday Oct. 22. Oct. 22, 2014 is the first feast day of St. John Paul II. (CT Photo/John Stegeman)

By John Stegeman
The Catholic Telegraph

A laity-led initiative that grew out of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s Proclaim 2014 convocation will be honoring Pope St. John Paul II on his feast day Wednesday. Continue reading

 
Around the Archdiocese: Oct. 21

Delhi Police Corporal Frank Gentile poses for a photo with students Adam Schloemer, Austin Tettenhorst and Eddie Jones. (Courtesy Photo/St. Dominic)

Staff Report

There’s never shortage of inspiring or exciting events taking place at Catholic schools, parishes and other institutions throughout the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. With that in mind we’re initiating “Around the Archdiocese,” an intermittently published online feature highlighting some of the best submitted news items sent to The Catholic Telegraph. Continue reading

 
$25 Visa Gift cards available as prizes for taking 2014 reader survey

Staff Report

The Catholic Telegraph is seeking to better understand the needs of its readers, both in print and in the digital realm. A reader survey was sent to print readers earlier this year, and now its time for readers of www.TheCatholicTelegraph.com to share their thoughts.

All who complete the survey before Oct. 30 will be entered in a random drawing for one of eight $25 Visa gift cards. Visit the survey page HERE.

Posted Oct. 18, 2014

 
Binzer, new bishops, meet Pope Francis
Auxiliary Bishop of Cincinnati Joseph R. Binzer, left, meets with Pope Francis Sept. 18 at the Vatican. Bishop Binzer was present to attend a conference for new bishops. (L’OSSERVATORE ROMANO PHOTO)

Auxiliary Bishop of Cincinnati Joseph R. Binzer, left, meets with Pope Francis Sept. 18 at the Vatican. Bishop Binzer was present to attend a conference for new bishops. (L'Osservatore Romano photo)

By John Stegeman
The Catholic Telegraph 

Though more than three years have passed since his episcopal ordination, Auxiliary Bishop Joseph R. Binzer recently traveled to the Vatican for a Pilgrimage to the Tomb of St. Peter and Conference for new bishops. Continue reading