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by Eileen Connelly, OSU A Franciscan friar has authored a new book that combines his deep love for his community and his passion for history. Franciscan Friars: Coast to Coast, by Father Jack Clark Robinson, was released in November by Arcadia Publishing as part of its “Images of America Series,”

Long-time Friends Team Up to Write and Illustrate Children’s Book, The Cliff By Rebecca Sontag The Cliff, written by Mark Phillips and illustrated by Terri Hamlin, is a lovely allegorical tale rife with valuable lessons for the choosing. An old man finds himself a modest home perched high upon a

Dr. William Kurtz and Father David Endres, a Catholic Telegraph contributor of A Question of Faith, will discuss the recently-published Soldiers of the Cross, a long-forgotten account of the war that offers the fullest record of the Catholic Church’s involvement in the conflict. Composed at the close of the war,

Barb Coyle, a retired religion teacher who taught at Roger Bacon High School, has written a children’s book based on her experience starting a mission trip to Negril, Jamaica. In less than 30 pages, and with illustrations provided by 14-year-old Taylor Kling, Coyle takes the story from the time she

Some men who claim Catholicism are marginal in living their faith. Those might include men who attend Mass solely at the behest of their spouse, or only on Christmas or Easter. Deacon David Profitt, director of the diaconate program for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, noticed there is little in on

From the Athenaeum of Ohio Father Earl Fernandes, dean of the Athenaeum and Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West and author of The Catholic Telegraph‘s “A Question of Faith” column, has written a new book — Seminary Formation and Homosexuality – published by the Institute for Priestly Formation (IPF). The book

May 11, 2009 DAYTON DEANERY — When Larry Janning needed insight on the important things in living a long life he turned to St. Leonard Senior Living Community. At the facility in Centerville, he received a plethora of knowledge and wisdom. He said there were so many nuggets that it

  May 6, 2009   By Carmen M. Hubbard   DAYTON DEANERY — When Larry Janning needed insights to living a long life, he turned to St. Leonard Senior Living Community. At the facility in Centerville, he received a plethora of knowledge and wisdom. He said there were so many