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Sisters, brothers and priests from throughout the archdiocese who celebrated jubilees in 2012 came together for an annual Mass in their honor at Mount Notre Dame in Cincinnati Oct. 27. Eighty-four jubilarians were invited to participate in the Mass and lunch that followed, and 32 were able to do so.
DAYTON — In 1993, while serving as pastor of St. Catherine of Siena Parish in Portage, Mich. Marianist Father Thomas A. Stanley, wrote a booklet of flower meditations for the faith community’s Mary Garden. For “The Garden Way of the Cross,” Father Stanley drew upon the religious legends and flower
By Catholic News Service MADRID (CNS) — Spain’s Catholic bishops urged political parties to unite against same-sex marriage, after it was confirmed as legal by the Constitutional Court. “Spanish legislation on marriage is gravely unjust — it does not protect the parties’ right to be recognized in law as husband
By Catholic News Service WASHINGTON (CNS) — The U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way Nov. 26 for a federal appeals court to take up a Christian college’s challenge to the Affordable Care Act, reopening one of several lawsuits filed by religious and other groups who oppose elements of the law.
The Archdiocese of Cincinnati and three of its parishes (Holy Family, St John the Evangelist, and St John the Baptist) filed suit in Hamilton County Common Pleas Court Monday against a terminated employee and former business manager, Thomas Shaun Martin. The archdiocese and the parishes seek the return of not
VATICAN CITY — The Nov. 21 publication of “Jesus of Nazareth: The Infancy Narratives,” which completes Pope Benedict XVI’s popular three-volume series on the life and teachings of Christ, is the latest reminder of the author’s prolific output, now amounting to more than 60 books.
VATICAN CITY — Pope Benedict XVI congratulated U.S. President Barack Obama on his re-election, saying that he prayed the ideals of freedom and justice that guided America’s founders might continue to flourish.
Catholic Charities of SW Ohio, an agency of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, is collecting donations for the disaster relief efforts of Catholic Charities USA in response to the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy in the northeast.
September 14, 2012 Special to The Catholic Telegraph Forty-nine students in Catholic High Schools in the Archdiocese have been named semifinalists for the National Merit Scholarship this year. Each year, the National Merit Scholarship recognizes academically talented seniors across the United States. In order to