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By Patricia McGeever For The Catholic Telegraph Priests in poor parts of India, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Haiti and many other nations are able to say Mass and administer the sacraments thanks in part to the operation inside the basement of a Hamilton home. The common thread between the two is

Staff Report This Sunday, Oct. 18, is World Mission Sunday. It is a day set aside by Pope Pius XI in 1926 for the Catholic Church to renew its commitment to being a missionary church. Today’s Throwback Thursday highlights an editorial cartoon on this very topic.

Staff Report Over the past 75 years, 110 to 120 new parishes have been founded by a group of priests dedicated to bringing the church to rural America. This year the Glenmary Home Missioners celebrate a 75-year legacy. “The need still exists. With Glenmary’s approach, a lot of times we

By Walt Schaefer For The Catholic Telegraph “I remember crossing from Maripipi Island to Biliran Island with Filipino Archbishop Cipriano V. Urgel Hall when we got caught by a sudden storm that darned near sunk our little boat,” said Father Dan Kroger, current director of the Franciscan Media Center in

The Archdiocese of Cincinnati delegation posed for a photo with locals following an enjoyable morning with the Maryknoll Sewing Training Program listening to their challenges, but also hearing stories of hope, dreams and gratitude. (CT Photo/Megan Walsh)
By Megan Walsh For The Catholic Telegraph  A group of 11 adults from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati traveled to Nepal to witness why and how an American Catholic priest is serving the people of the Himalayan kingdom. “My greatest joy in Nepal is being with the people of Nepal.” Maryknoll