Archbishop Daniel E. Pilarczyk
“Traffic cop” lays down his badge By Gail Finke Francis Wagner never expected to be a deacon, much less the Master of Ceremonies for two archbishops. A graduate of Holy Family and Elder schools, he went on to Xavier University, Harvard (where he earned a degree in Russian economics) and
Staff Report Where can you find a sick call box of Archbishop Elder’s, a hat worn at the Second Vatican Council by Archbishop Alter and the handwritten journal of Archbishop Purcell? The Chancery Archives of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati includes these treasures and more. See video below On May 19 the archives were
Staff Report The ordination of a new priest is always cause for celebration. When a class of multiple men are ordained, the celebration is multiplied as the church gains many more shepherds. At priestly ordination a man become a priest forever, but every once in a while, a priest become
Staff Report The Archdiocese of Cincinnati has a well-established Catholic Schools Week tradition of holding two Masses in honor of the occasion. One takes place in Cincinnati at the Cathedral, and the other takes place in Dayton with the Archbishop and his auxiliary alternating who celebrates each one.
Staff Report This Throwback Thursday post is scheduled for Dec. 18, but it looks ahead to Dec. 20. Dec. 20 is an important date in the life of a man born in Dayton, Ohio who would go to Rome to become a priest and eventually sit in the Bishop’s Chair
Staff Report With Thanksgiving Day approaching, The Catholic Telegraph invited its followers on Facebook and Twitter to share what they’re thankful for using the hashtag #GratefulCatholicCincy. #GratefulCatholicCincy Tweets As soon as the invitation went out on Wednesday morning, the official Twitter account of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati (@CatholicCincy) began sharing
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph With the use of a walker, and a helper at the ready, Archbishop Emeritus Daniel E. Pilarczyk made his way down the fourth-floor hallway at the Little Sisters of the Poor St. Paul’s Archbishop Leibold Home for the Aged. Despite suffering the effects of
Staff Report Subscribers to The Catholic Telegraph’s print edition (and remember you can sign up here for a subscription at no cost to you) will begin receiving their August editions of the newspaper around Tuesday, July 29.
By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph It was with prayer and gratitude that two women made their permanent commitment to life as Poor Clares during separate ceremonies in recent months, supported by their fellow sisters, family members, friends and local Franciscan friars. Both ceremonies took place at St. Clement