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Election 2016

Civilize it
by Most Rev. Dennis M. Schnurr Archbishop of Cincinnati For some years now, many of us in the Catholic and other faith communities have been lamenting the disintegration of civility and substance from one major national election to the next. The current electoral season seems more divisive than most in

In 1976 St. Teresa, Springfield, Junior High School Students held a mock election for the Presidential Election. CBS News sent a crew and covered the story. On November 2, 1976 Governor Jimmy Carter (D) of Georgia received 50.1% of the votes in the United States, defeating incumbent President Gerald R. Ford

Steve Trosley
Members of the archdiocesan central office staff recently attended a workshop that featured an extensive session on prayer. I’ll never pretend to be a theologian  but I have navigated tough situations and times over many years on instinct. That alone tells me that the Jesus’ teaching in Luke 11 should

After Senator Tim Kaine, a Catholic from Virginia, was named Hillary Clinton’s running mate last week, several bishops spoke out on the sanctity of life – implicitly criticizing the nominee’s pro-choice stance. Bishop Francis X. DiLorenzo of Kaine’s home diocese of Richmond, Virginia released a statement regarding Catholics in public