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By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph  Greg Hartman was always raised to have a relationship with Christ, but a seed planted at a Catholic wedding when he was just 10-years-old would lead to a lifetime of conversion. Hartman, circulation manager of The Catholic Telegraph, is the son of Harold and

Editor’s Note: This post is from 2014. For the 2015 story, click HERE. Staff Report Residents of or visitors to the Archdiocese of Cincinnati now have a one-stop shop to find Christmas Mass schedules for nearly every parish in the archdiocese. Launched in July of 2013, The Catholic Telegraph’s Mass

Mass goers from St. Louis Catholic Church in downtown Cincinnati (left) will be passing out Pope St. John Paul II prayer cards after the 12:10 p.m. Mass Wednesday Oct. 22. Oct. 22, 2014 is the first feast day of St. John Paul II. (CT Photo/John Stegeman)
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph A laity-led initiative that grew out of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s Proclaim 2014 convocation will be honoring Pope St. John Paul II on his feast day Wednesday.

The night before The Lord’s passion, the disciples were seemingly (if you can infer this from the bible) having  a nice evening. Though Jesus had warned them of his passion and resurrection, they didn’t quite understand what was about to occur.

Staff Report The September issue of The Catholic Telegraph should be hitting mailboxes Thursday, August 29. Here are some of the highlights of the September issue: — Father Barry Windholtz, pastor of The Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains, wants to build a parish community at the historic church that

FIREWORKS EXPLODE OVER WASHINGTON ON INDEPENDENCE DAY IN 2009
Staff Report By the time July arrives, school is a distant memory for children and vacation season is in full swing. While grill outs and fireworks are great ways to spend quality time with the family, here are some suggestions for a more spiritually fulfilling July.

There are many milestones in life where we celebrate the individual. Graduation day is filled with a sense of accomplishment. When you get a promotion at work, or accomplish a long project, it’s easy it say “I did it!”

INDIANA BISHOP LEADS CORPUS CHRISTI PROCESSION WITH MONSTRANCE THROUGH DOWNTOWN FORT WAYNE
Staff Report The pools are open, the Reds play plenty of home games and church festival season is in full swing, but there are also many faith-based activities the family can do together during the month of June. Visitation May 31 On Friday May 31st we celebrate the Visitation. It’s

The popular T.V. series, “The Andy Griffith Show” had many memorable episodes. One episode that was quite funny was entitled “Aunt Bee the Warden”. There was an overflow crowd at the Mayberry Jail and Otis is forced to be in the custody of Aunt Bee, instead of the jail.

“There’s something happening here, what it is ain’t exactly clear.” Now that you may have the Buffalo Springfield song in your head, in a world where we see so much change daily, there’s something happening. This is the Year of Faith, of a New Evangelization, a new Holy Father. One