Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr
Staff Report Photo Gallery added Dec. 29. See Below. A native son of the parish laid prostrate before the St. Remy altar Dec. 27. Before the same altar where he received his First Holy Communion and was later confirmed, Andrew Cordonnier was ordained a priest of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati
Staff Report Editor and general manager of The Catholic Telegraph, Steve Trosley, is embedded with a group of travelers, including Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr, currently on pilgrimage to the Holy Land. The pilgrims arrived in Tel Aviv Dec. 2 and will depart for the U.S. on Dec. 13. In the
Staff Report Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr and a host of pilgrims from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati are in the midst of a two-week pilgrimage to the Holy Land and Steve Trosley, editor of The Catholic Telegraph, is there to capture the experience. The pilgrims arrived in Tel Aviv Dec. 2
Staff Report Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr addressed a letter via email to the pastors of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati concerning the recent Ebola outbreak and subsequent media coverage writing, “This is a time for prudence, not panic.”
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
Staff Report Responding to confusion and concern over reports from the Extraordinary Synod on the Family, Archbishop of Cincinnati Dennis M. Schnurr has released the following letter, explaining the relatio post disceptationem, the summary document recently released by the Vatican.
Staff Report DAYTON — Proclaim, a convocation of ordained and lay leaders from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, was brought to a close Tuesday with praise and singing, much as it began a day before. See Photo Gallery Below More about Proclaim Day 1 recap Archbishop Schnurr announces new mission statement
Staff Report DAYTON — More than 1,000 Catholics registered to attend the two-day convocation for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati entitled, “Proclaim: Equipping Disciples for a New Missionary Age.” See Photo Gallery Below The exact attendance wasn’t available at the conclusion of day one, Oct. 6, but the opening Mass, lunch
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph DAYTON — Speaking at an informal event after the first day of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati “Proclaim” conference in Dayton on Monday, Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr announced new mission and vision statements for the archdiocese.
Staff Report More than 1,000 ordained and lay leaders from Archdiocese of Cincinnati parishes and schools have gathered at the Dayton Convention Center for Proclaim. The opening Mass and keynote speeches will be live streamed HERE and The Catholic Telegraph will be live-tweeting the event from onsite.