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As part of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s One Faith, One Hope, One Love capital campaign, 20 percent of the funds pledged and received in a parish up to the parish goal are returned directly to fund parish needs. In addition, each parish that exceeds its campaign goal will receive 60% of the overage

A popular misunderstanding holds that “Theology of the Body” programs in Catholic schools represents little more than sex education with a religious gloss. Father Thomas Wray, director of the archdiocesan Office of Evangelization and Catechesis, is happy to dispel that notion. “Theology of the Body is a view of the

One Faith, One Hope, One Love, the ongoing Archdiocese of Cincinnati capital campaign, announced this week that it has reached it’s minimum fund-raising goal of $130 million. The historic campaign has officially recorded pledges totaling $134,424,051, about 3% over the goal that was set at the start of the effort. The

Press Release Archdiocese of Cincinnati  In an initiative called “historic” by Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati has launched a capital campaign to raise $130 million toward securing and growing the vitality of its parishes, schools, social services, and other ministries for decades to come. For The Catholic

Above is the logo for the new Archdiocese of Cincinnati capital campaign and a chart depicting the breakdown of how the money will be used.
By Steve Trosley The Catholic Telegraph  An historic fundraising campaign to raise $130 million will launch this month in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, and preliminary results indicate it could be a stunning success. For the official press release from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, click HERE. “Every household will be asked

By John Stegeman Arguably the top complaint of parents with Catholic school children and those without is the same — Catholic education can sometimes feel like an unaffordable burden. The Archdiocese of Cincinnati has heard that complaint loud and clear and, as part of the “Lighting the Way: A Vision