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Staff Report World Mission Sunday was celebrated on Oct. 18 in churches locally and across the globe.

Father Frank Pavone of the organization Priests for Life joined students from Royalmont Academy in prayer Thursday afternoon, the feast of Pope St. John Paul II, near the Planned Parenthood abortion facility on Auburn Avenue in Cincinnati. Father Pavone, in Cincinnati as a guest of Royalmont Academy, prayed the rosary in English

Staff Report The relics of St. Sharbel Maklouf, a Maronite monk and priest from Lebanon, will be on display for veneration at St. Anthony of Padua Maronite Catholic Church in Cincinnati from Sunday, Oct. 25 until Tuesday, Oct. 27. St. Sharbel’s relics will be welcomed at St. Anthony of Padua

Staff Report Today (Oct. 22, 2015) marks 184 years since the founding of The Catholic Telegraph newspaper by Bishop Edward Fenwick and the staff is proud to continue the tradition of bringing you news and commentary from a Catholic perspective. The following editorial, for lack of a better word, is long

CNA/EWTN News Pope Francis’ visit to the United States has given a boost to Americans’ stated support for the pro-life cause, the results of a survey conducted this month suggest. About 62 percent of Americans voiced support for life at every stage of its development, including the unborn, according to

By Carol Glatz Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — Jesuit Father Federico Lombardi, Vatican spokesman, said an Italian newspaper’s claims about the pope’s health were “entirely unfounded.” After checking with the pope himself and other sources, Father Lombardi told reporters “the pope enjoys good health” and that the unsubstantiated news report

Press Release The Cincinnati Society of St. Vincent de Paul will kicked off its annual coat drive on Oct. 20. Greater Cincinnati residents are asked to donate new and gently used coats at convenient drop-off locations across the Tri-State. St. Vincent de Paul and its partners hope to collect 8,000

By Carol Glatz Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Observers told the Synod of Bishops on the family to discourage Christian women from marrying Muslim men, urge priests not to tell women to return to abusive husbands, share the truth of church teaching about marriage, and embrace single mothers

Catholic News Service NEW ORLEANS — More than 100 religious leaders across the state of Louisiana filed an amicus brief Oct. 19 with the Louisiana Supreme Court in hopes of sparing the life of a convicted murderer. The religious leaders who signed the brief “have a substantial interest in ensuring

Staff Report Pope Francis’ visit to the United States is over but the Food for All: Be Multiplied campaign to welcome him has two more events taking place this week. On Wednesday, Oct. 21, Reverend David Beckmann, the president of Bread for the World, will speak at Queen of the