Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr
USCCB Release WASHINGTON — The Feb. 1 Notice of Proposed Rulemaking from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services related to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) shows some movement by the Administration but falls short of addressing U.S. bishops’ concerns. “Throughout the past year, we have
By Eileen Connelly, OSU “We are all part of God’s creation. We all share the same faith.” With those words, Griselda Geygan, a native of Honduras who is now a Cincinnati resident, summed up the experience of a group from the archdiocese, including Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr, during a recent trip
By Eileen Connelly, OSU A contingent from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati arrived Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Jan. 31, where its members were greeted by the warmth and hospitality of the Honduran people. The group will be in the country through Feb. 5, taking part in festivities surrounding the feast of our Lady
By Steve Trosley Students from 17 of the 22 Catholic High Schools in the Cincinnati Archdiocese got a chance to question Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr Monday as part of the observance of Catholic Schools Week. It was the fourth consecutive year the archbishop participated in the event, which was simulcast
By John Stegeman The Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains was packed with students and other supporters of Catholic education Tuesday morning as Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr celebrated Cincinnati’s annual Catholic Schools Week mass. (Video and photo gallery below) The mass began with student representatives from more than 80 Catholic
Special to The Catholic Telegraph January 16 letter details strategy based on prayer; shares details of pending court cases Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr has urged the priests of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati to participate in a strategy of prayer and information about the issue of religious liberty in the
My dear friends in Christ, The 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the tragic U.S. Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion at all stages of pregnancy by judicial fiat, is a sobering and dispiriting occasion. Many of us have spent most or all of our lives fighting to restore a
By Steve Trosley We begin a 2013 as I mark the completion of my first year as editor of The Catholic Telegraph and my first year as a resident of the greater Cincinnati area. The year ahead looks challenging, and if I had a crystal ball on my desk, I’d
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.
July 20, 2012 The Rev. Mr. Royce Winters, Director of the African-American Ministry of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, is attending the National Black Catholic Congress in Indianapolis with 48 members of the archdiocese. This is a report he sent to the Catholic Telegraph on the Congress.