By Gail Finke Tom Condit outlined three encouraging trends at the 34th annual Cincinnati Pro-life Rosary Procession and Rally Saturday. The attorney and long-time pro-life activist said a surprising first year for the Trump administration, the dwindling number of abortion clinics in the United States, and the growing numbers of
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph St. Rita School for the Deaf has been serving southwestern Ohio for nearly 100 years. Three days before celebrating its official centennial, students, staff and volunteers gathered on Cincinnati’s Fountain Square to bring the party to the downtown.
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph As this story was typed Thursday afternoon, Pope Francis was more than 430 miles away in Washington, D.C. Despite the distance, thanks to modern technology, more than 600 people throughout the Archdiocese of Cincinnati gathered Thursday morning to watch the Holy Father address Congress. At least one other
By John Stegeman Catholic News Service CINCINNATI (CNS) — When Pope Francis becomes the first pope to address a joint meeting of the U.S. Congress Sept. 24, many will be watching on television or online. In downtown Cincinnati, residents, workers and tourists will be able to watch on a 30.5-by-42.5-foot
Updated Sept. 14: Pope’s speech scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. Staff Report When Pope Francis becomes the first pope to address a joint session of the U.S. Congress, Cincinnatians will have a chance to witness the speech in a unique way. The 10 a.m. speech Sept. 24 will be shown live