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Editor’s note: Our October issue featured an article highlighting the twinning relationship between three parishes in the archdiocese with parishes in Dominica. Shortly after we went to press, the island was ravaged by the most powerful hurricane in its history. Its twinning partners are committed to aiding in Dominica’s recovery

By Gail Finke The nearly two hundred men, women, and students who attended the US Catholic Mission Association (USCMA) national conference in Cincinnati last month come from different areas of the world and in serve different ways, but they all agree on one thing: Mission isn’t something you do, it’s

Bishop Emeritus Paride Taban poses with staff members from the archdiocesan Mission Office. Pictured with him from left are Mike Gable, Teresa Phillips and Melonise Knight. (Courtesy Photo)
Bishop Emeritus Paride Taban of South Sudan shared his message of peace and hope on a visit to the archdiocese in late July. During his time here, Bishop Taban visited the office of U.S. Rep. Steve Chabot, along with a delegation from the archdiocesan Catholic Social Action and Mission Offices.

The fourth in a series of Year of Mercy sojourns was held Mar. 13. The Mission Office is collaborating with several other Catholic communities in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati over the coming Year of Mercy to host monthly sojourns. The goal is to highlight the various Catholic cultural communities and

The following is a letter from Mike Gable, Mission Office Director for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. See below for a selection of stories from the October 2014 print edition’s Mission Section. Dear Brothers and Sisters, Today vast numbers of people still do not know Jesus Christ. For this reason, the

Dear Missionary Disciples, This is the title that Pope Francis encourages us to take on in our new evangelization efforts. As part of these endeavors, he states in his World Mission Sunday, Oct. 19, 2014 message: “World Mission Day is a privileged moment when the faithful of various continents engage

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph  Leaders from business, faith and law communities came together Aug. 28 for a pair of roundtable discussions on immigration at the Freedom Center in downtown Cincinnati. The event was sponsored by the Bibles, Badges, and Business (BBB) network, an alliance of conservative business, law