Staff Report Heeding the call to a New Evangelization, The Catholic Telegraph has been active on social media sites Facebook and Twitter for several years. On July 23, 2014 the newspaper’s official Twitter feed, @cathtelegraph, picked up its 6,000th follower.
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph NET Ministries opened the organization’s first regional office in Cincinnati July 1. The youth evangelization organization, which announced it would be opening a regional office here late last year, has been working in this archdiocese for years, hosting more than 50 retreats in 2013.
By Joshua Danis For The Catholic Telegraph A recent survey from the Pew Research Forum confirms a disturbing trend in our Church. Taking into account a variety of factors and measurements, men score an average of at least ten points lower in religiosity then women do. Here are the findings:
Press Release The Archdiocese of Cincinnati has established an Office of the New Evangelization within the Department of Educational Services and appointed Sean Ater as its first director, starting July 1.
By Veronica Ambuul Catholic News Service DENVER (CNS) — The “dumbing down of the Catholic faith” that impacted catechesis in the mid-1960s “was a pastoral disaster of the first order,” Father Robert Barron told a crowd of about 500 people at the Catholic Media Conference in Denver June 19. Other
Press Release WASHINGTON—The Communications Department of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) and the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America (GOA) have launched www.faithandsafety.org, a resource for adults to help children safely navigate online.
WEST CHESTER — Several members of The Catholic Telegraph staff were at the Savannah Center in West Chester, Ohio Wednesday for the Digital Church Conference: New Media, New Evangelization. More than 200 people from around the archdiocese attended. Readers could follow the CT staff on Twitter for updates from the conference