By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph Imagine living on the same land for more than 175 years, land passed down from generation to generation, providing your family’s livelihood and a place to call home in what is truly God’s country. Such is the case with Urban and Mary Louise
By Lisa Biedenbach For The Catholic Telegraph It’s all about kids when you talk with Annie Timmons. She lives and breathes kids and works and plays with kids to help them thrive at school and in everyday life and become the adults that God means them to be. Timmons, executor
By Lisa Biedenbach For The Catholic Telegraph Every Wednesday at 4:30 p.m., Red Cross volunteer Stuart Press prays, “Lord, keep your people safe and help people to not do reckless things.” This little prayer, he believes, helps reduce calls for help from people in crisis during the 12-hour shift he
By Lisa Biedenbach For The Catholic Telegraph When couples vow “I do” on their wedding day, they probably don’t think long about the phrase “in sickness and in health.” For most couples, the commitment to stick by a spouse “in sickness” often doesn’t kick in until late in a marriage.
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph There is a perception that exists, among critics of Catholic high school athletics, that some schools are little more than glorified “football factories.” These schools, they say, exist to accept alumni donations so they can keep expanding their athletic programs and facilities to the
By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph What possesses an individual to set out and run 100 miles? In Jack Corey’s case, it’s faith, family devotion and a firm belief in Catholic education. Corey, now in his seventh year as principal at St. Antoninus School in Cincinnati, began running shortly