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St. Mary Hyde Park will host a 4-part series on Cincinnati’s Catholic History. Fr. David Endres, Dean of the Athenaeum and Professor of Church History and columnist for The Catholic Telegraph, will explore the history of our archdiocese as we approach the bicentennial. Fr. Endres’ multimedia presentations will explain how

The Archdiocese of Cincinnati Central Offices are located in a nine-story building at 8th and Walnut Streets in downtown Cincinnati. While the archdiocese has owned the space since 1978, the building has a long and interesting history. The story of 100 E. Eighth Street, Cincinnati, begins before the building was constructed

The ongoing legal disputes between the federal government and Little Sisters of the Poor and other Catholic groups opposed to providing contraceptives as part of their health insurance plans isn’t unique in American, or even local history. According to the book Faith and Action: A History of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati,

Catholics Come Home has announced its upcoming campaign to invite Millennial Catholics home to the Church, through new television commercials and an interactive website, called CatholicsComeHome.com. The new website and ads are making their debut in the Dayton, Ohio market, though they will be used around the country. The ads and website are

CLEVELAND — Amid the anger, the attacks and the sometimes boisterous nature of this year’s presidential campaign, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati is encouraging parishioners to remember that civility in politics is a virtue. To bring the point home, the archdiocesan Catholic Social Action Office has unveiled the “Civilize It” campaign, stressing

Catholic school students, their teachers, and their communities throughout the 19-county Archdiocese of Cincinnati are celebrating the 42nd annual Catholic Schools Week Jan. 31 through Feb. 6 under the theme “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.” “As the motto indicates, Catholic schools exist to form students in the

Historic preservation of buildings tends to happen in one of two ways. Either a building is painstakingly restored to its original use and function, or it is adapted to serve a new purpose. The Archdiocese of Cincinnati Chancery Archives building located at 25 E. 8th Street in downtown Cincinnati has

Staff Report The Archdiocese of Cincinnati was well represented at events surrounding Pope Francis’ historic visit to the United States last week. The Catholic Telegraph will be unpacking Pope Francis’ journey over the next few weeks, but included below is a glance at some of the members of this archdiocese

Updated Sept. 14: Pope’s speech scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. Staff Report When Pope Francis becomes the first pope to address a joint session of the U.S. Congress, Cincinnatians will have a chance to witness the speech in a unique way. The 10 a.m. speech Sept. 24 will be shown live

Staff Report Less than two weeks after the announcement that Jim Rigg was stepping down as Director of Educational Services and Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, another high-ranking schools office official has accepted a job in another diocese. Chris Pastura, Assistant Superintendent and Director of School Strategic