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June 2014

By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph As vocations director for her community, Marianist Sister Nicole Trahan has witnessed firsthand how meaningful the opportunity to explore a call to religious in a prayerful, no pressure setting can be for a woman in discernment. That’s exactly what the Marianist Sisters hope

By Steve Trosley The Catholic Telegraph  St. Joseph’s Orphanage still lives up to its name but the many services it offers bares little resemblance to the traditional concept of orphanage.

“Leap and there will be a net.” This little message has resonated in my heart since I first heard it. It is as if the Holy Spirit wants it known that we should be taking risks if we really believe what we profess. Discipleship is no place for people who

By Mary Bertolini For The Catholic Telegraph More than half the Catholics under 30 in the United States are Hispanic, and that age group in the Church is growing rapidly, Father Louis Gasparini, head of the archdiocesan Office of Hispanic Ministries said.

Dear Father: I keep hearing that Pope Francis changed Church teaching on homosexuality with his question, “Who am I to judge?” Is that true? Dear Reader: Pope Francis did not change church teaching [cf. Catechism of the Catholic Church (2357-2359].

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph  From home visits helping with immediate needs to its charitable pharmacy to its thrift stores and more, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul of Cincinnati has a major impact in the Cincinnati region of the archdiocese.

Press Release The Archdiocese of Cincinnati will join with a diverse group of Protestant and Evangelical leaders from a wide variety of Christian churches in Greater Cincinnati to sponsor a large worship gathering for Pentecost Sunday, called “Outpouring 2014.”  Together, the churches aim to create a common moment of prayer

The life of a vocation director seems to be straight out of the Parable of the Sower that Jesus tells in Matthew 13. Having held this position for eight years, only this year am I finally able to witness men whom I first worked with to discern the seminary and

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph After a meeting to discuss the issues facing Catholic education in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, many principals of area Catholic schools were honored at the third-annual Archdiocesan Special Principal Awards Luncheon April 30 at the Presidential Banquet Center in Kettering. 

The Evans children, from left, Jimmy, Zoe, and Ashton, pose with their mother, Ao, holding a photo of her deceased husband Richard, after their baptism at St. James of the Valley Church in February. (Courtesy Photo)
By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph It’s been nearly a year since a senseless tragedy claimed the life of a devoted husband, father and well respected local business owner, but in that time a community and parish have united to support his family with compassion and faith.