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January 2014

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph  Deacon Andrew Cordonnier was surprised to feel God calling him to the priesthood — but he was the only one. The 28-year-old native of Russia, Ohio will be ordained to the priesthood at 11 a.m. Dec. 27 at St. Remy Church in Russia, Ohio,

Staff Report Abortion is a difficult issue to discuss with young children because it confronts a tough reality. Still, teaching children about abortion and ways to support life early are important. Here are some suggested January family activities that focus on life.

By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph It was while keeping vigil at the bedside of her sister-in-law, who was battling cancer, that Fernanda Moreira realized the “spiritual consolation” that her family’s prayers gave to their loved one. After her death, Moreira and another sister-in-law, recognizing how much “the dying

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph In October, Ohio Right to Life broke the news that the Women’s Med Center, an abortion clinic in Sharonville, had its license revoked by the state for failing to comply with Ohio law requiring it have a transfer agreement with a local hospital. Just

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 John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph From Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation (see March 2013 cover) to Pope Francis’ election (April 2013 cover) and everything since, The Catholic Telegraph has had the story. The year 2013 saw the paper’s cover redesigned, and an increased emphasis on the website and social media,

The newest book by prolific Catholic author Mike Aquilina includes the a story of a pope known for having mistresses and fathering children. The same pope, he writes, may have poisoned cardinals at his leisure and ruled Rome with an iron first. His point? The One, Holy Catholic and Apostolic

As Catholics, we are called to be unapologetically pro-life.  Throughout the history of the church, there has been an undeniable identity with the one who has no voice: the poor, the vulnerable, the disabled.  All too frequently in the last two millennia, the church was the only voice that spoke

Staff Report Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr and Auxiliary Bishop Joseph R. Binzer will each celebrate a Mass in celebration of the 46th World Day of Peace on the Solemnity of Mary, the Holy Mother of God  Jan. 1, 2014. Archbishop Schnurr will celebrate Mass at 11 a.m. at the Cathedral