Posts Tagged

Catholic Social Action office

Archdiocese of Cincinnati Office of the Archbishop 100 East Eighth Street Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 513-421-3131 Ext. 2810 June 8, 2017 My Dear Friends in Christ, One of the most precious freedoms we have as Americans is the religious liberty guaranteed by the First Amendment to our Constitution. Concerned about increasing

The Catholic Social Action Office met with Senator Portman’s staff regarding the current refugee crisis. Connie, of the Senator’s staff, listened to the message and facts were presented by the delegation organized by the Catholic Social Action Office. Regarding the impact of the administration’s recent executive order on refugee resettlement

By Junno Arocho Esteves ROME  — Second chances are hard to come by for people who have served time in prison. They often feel judged and shunned by a society that views them just as former criminals who inevitably will go back to committing crimes. Nevertheless, for 23 people from

Bishop Emeritus Paride Taban poses with staff members from the archdiocesan Mission Office. Pictured with him from left are Mike Gable, Teresa Phillips and Melonise Knight. (Courtesy Photo)
Bishop Emeritus Paride Taban of South Sudan shared his message of peace and hope on a visit to the archdiocese in late July. During his time here, Bishop Taban visited the office of U.S. Rep. Steve Chabot, along with a delegation from the archdiocesan Catholic Social Action and Mission Offices.

Members of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Social Action Office and 15 parish leaders traveled April 20 to Columbus to lobby on behalf of several important issues, including life and care for creation. As part of the Ohio Catholic Conference’s Legislative Advocacy Day, the delegation met with more than 20 legislators and

Staff Report Parishes throughout the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and the nation will take up collections this weekend for the Catholic Campaign for Human Development. Today’s Throwback Thursday heralds the announcement of said campaign in 1969, but under a different name. The Nov. 6, 1969 edition of The Catholic Telegraph announced

Press Release Father Mike Pucke, Pastor of St. Julie Billiart, and Father Geoff Drew, Pastor of St.  Maximilian Kolbe, will concelebrate a Mass for Immigration Reform at Noon Sunday, Oct. 13.