Archbishop Karl J. Alter
Reverend Charles W. Caserta, age 91 of Troy, went to be with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on Thursday, October 10, 2019. He was born on September 7, 1928 in Piqua, Ohio to the late, Carmelo “Charles” and Nunziatina “Nancy” (Cipriano) Caserta. He did his preparatory studies at St.
In The Catholic Telegraph 50 years ago the headlines read: Archbishop Alter Resigns See; Bishop Leibold Named Successor. In other news a headline read: Prayer Foremost in Wapakoneta As Townsfolk Cheer Armstrong. A luminous orange banner “Wapakoneta Says God Speed Neil,” on a bridge over Interstate 75 helped bring thousands
Seven African-American High School students have been awarded a four-year grant of $1000.00 per year from the Archbishop Karl J. Alter Scholarship Grant program for 2018-2019. Deacon Royce Winters of the Archdiocesan Office for African-American Pastoral Ministries announced this week that the following students would receive the grants: Garvin Billings,
Reprinted from The Catholic Telegraph Friday, November 29, 1963 edition Like Americans everywhere, Catholics of the Cincinnati Archdiocese turned to prayer this week as they mourned the death of the late President John F. Kennedy. Thousands attended special Requiem Masses offered in all the churches, and pastors noted a sharp
The Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains in downtown Cincinnati was first built in the 1840s, but the massive bronze doors presently serving as the Holy Door for the Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy were installed in 1957. Today’s Throwback Thursday is a photo of former Cincinnati Archbishop Karl J.
In the November 29, 1934 edition of The Catholic Telegraph, this publication welcomed the creation of the Catholic Chronicle, the diocesan newspaper of the Diocese of Toledo. The Catholic Chronicle published it’s first issue on Nov. 23, 1934 and according to The Catholic Telegraph’s report, “The Catholic Chronicle has made
Press Release The Office of African American Catholic Ministries, on behalf of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, has announced the 2013-2014 Archbishop Karl J. Alter Scholarship Grant awards. In 1964, Archbishop Karl J. Alter established the Archbishop Alter Scholarship — a four-year grant — to promote African American Catholic leadership among