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By Gail Finke Young men in St. Remy Church, Russia, benefit from a tangible brotherhood. The parish group for high school boys, the Brotherhood of Virtue, meets monthly for activities such as kayaking and paintball, as well as for traditional youth group activities including prayer and service. Once a year,

By Gail Finke An OSU basketball standout who is now a religious sister spoke to Russia, Ohio, students and their families Sunday afternoon – and shot some hoops with them in the Russia High School gym. The former Sarah Schulze, now Sister Mary Xavier (of the Sisters of St. Francis

Staff Report Photo Gallery added Dec. 29. See Below. A native son of the parish laid prostrate before the St. Remy altar Dec. 27. Before the same altar where he received his First Holy Communion and was later confirmed, Andrew Cordonnier was ordained a priest of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph  Deacon Andrew Cordonnier was surprised to feel God calling him to the priesthood — but he was the only one. The 28-year-old native of Russia, Ohio will be ordained to the priesthood at 11 a.m. Dec. 27 at St. Remy Church in Russia, Ohio,

Staff Report Throwback Thursday is here again and today we’re taking a look at a March 18, 1983 edition of The Catholic Telegraph. The full story, featured below as a photo, notes that St. Remy parish in Russia, Ohio had adopted the use of a computer into parish office life,

Thursday, April 1, 2010 By Mary Caffrey Knapke SIDNEY DEANERY — “These rosaries are tough. Very tough,” said John W. Francis, tugging on a rosary. A typical rosary might have pulled apart, but this is not a delicate set of precious stones held together with tiny metal hooks. The strength