St. Boniface honors the military and the memory of the Four Dorchester Chaplains — a Catholic priest, a rabbi, and two Protestant ministers — who gave up their life jackets and saved others on the SS Dorchester as it sank in 194e. Locking arms, the four Army chaplains died together, singing
On Memorial Day, the United States pauses to remember the men and women who died in service to our nation’s military. Joining with all those who will celebrate this holiday May 30, The Catholic Telegraph staff expresses its appreciation and prayers for all who died in service to the nation,
Three eighth-grade girls came into my office recently and asked, “Mrs. Hunt, can we tape you as you answer our question for a religion class project?” “Sure,” I said. “What is the question?” “We want to know how to make the Mass more interesting for people our age.” Quickly, I
Staff Report For many years now in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, the Little Sisters of the Poor have invited women religious in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky to come together at the their home to celebrate World Day for Consecrated Life on Feb. 2. This year, Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr presided
Staff Report The Archdiocese of Cincinnati will be sponsoring a Mass for Immigration Reform this Sunday, Sept. 8, at Holy Family Catholic Church at 10 a.m. The main celebrant will be Father Len Wenke, pastoral administrator of Holy Family, with concelebrants Father Louis Gasparini, director of Hispanic Ministries for the
Press Release A young farm family outside Versailles welcomed Archbishop Dennis Schnurr of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, as well as Catholics from the St. Marys and Sidney Deaneries to this year’s Rural-Urban Mass, which took place Thursday, June 20.
By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph KETTERING — Since August of 2012, Archbishop Alter High School has been celebrating 50 years of excellence in Catholic education in the Kettering community.
First Communion Sunday. It had been anticipated in our house for some months. Of course, there were the preparations at school. These culminated one evening where a dinner was held during which the story of Israel’s Passover from slavery into freedom was connected with Jesus’ Last Supper at which the
By John Stegeman The Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains was packed with students and other supporters of Catholic education Tuesday morning as Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr celebrated Cincinnati’s annual Catholic Schools Week mass. (Video and photo gallery below) The mass began with student representatives from more than 80 Catholic