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The CT crew visited St. Ann Church in Groesbeck this weekend, where parishioners are in the middle of their annual St. Ann novena and celebrated with an ice cream social. The novena includes nine days of Masses and prayers with a relic of St. Ann, the mother of Mary. It ends

Cincinnati, Ohio – June is the time for Spaghetti at the Little Sisters of the Poor, St. Paul’s Home for the Aged. This will be the eighth year the Sisters and staff provide a great home cooked plate of spaghetti and meatballs to the public to raise funds to continue

The last Saturday of June is reserved at the Little Sisters of the Poor for their annual Spaghetti Supper fundraiser. For the past six years, guests have been flocking to 476 Riddle Road in Clifton to get a taste of Sister Mary Imelda’s famous spaghetti sauce. This year the Little

Catherine Finke and Sr. Catherine de Notre Dame, lsp.
Most of us want to leave a legacy — a memorial of sorts, large or small, recognizing our lives on Earth and contributions we made. Mike Ibold Wilger’s legacy is grand. A piece of his life’s mission to the less fortunate brings smiles and laughter, dancing and singing, joy and

The Little Sisters of the Poor of Cincinnati need rockers for their three-hour fundraising “rock-a-thon”– residents of the Archbishop Leibold St. Paul’s Home and friends will rock on rocking chairs for one to three hours in return for sponsorship. Volunteer to rock, come to support the rockers, or pledge to support

Just more than 40 years ago, the Little Sisters of the Poor, appeared on page 12 of The Catholic Telegraph in a story about the dedication of the Archbishop Leibold Home for the Aged. That photo marks today’s #ThrowbackThursday. Pictured at a microphone is Mother Cecilia de St. Georges, then provincial superior

WASHINGTON (CNS) — The U.S. Supreme Court May 16 sent the Zubick v. Burwell case, which challenges the Affordable Care Act’s contraceptive requirement for employers, back to the lower courts. The justices’ unanimous decision, explained in a nine-page order, was based on the information that both sides submitted a week

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Late Monday, the Little Sisters of the Poor, a group of Roman Catholic nuns who care for the elderly poor, urged the Supreme Court to protect them from $70 million dollars in government fines for refusing to violate their Catholic faith. This is the second time the Sisters have been forced to

Staff Report The generosity of the faithful is constantly on display in this archdiocese. The Catholic Ministries Appeal and the One Faith, One Hope, One Love capital campaign are shining examples of how giving local Catholics can be to the archdiocese, but they’re just as generous to the religious orders

By Catholic News Service DENVER — The Little Sisters of the Poor and other religious entities are not substantially burdened by procedures set out by the federal government by which they can avoid a requirement to provide contraceptive coverage in health insurance, the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled July