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Steve Trosley

The most glorious of the seasons of the liturgical and secular calendar embraces Easter. It is glorious, first, because Jesus saved us with His death and resurrection and, secularly, because the world seems to come back to life in the spring. The most heart-warming for most of us is the

Staff Report Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr and a host of pilgrims from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati are in the midst of a two-week pilgrimage to the Holy Land and Steve Trosley, editor of The Catholic Telegraph, is there to capture the experience. The pilgrims arrived in Tel Aviv Dec. 2

Staff Report  John Stegeman, most recently a reporter for The Catholic Telegraph, has been named New Media Editor for the www.thecatholictelegraph.com. Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr approved the appointment effective July 31, according to CT Editor and General Manager, Steve Trosley.

The late Dennis Dible, an editor of considerable ability and a fine Catholic gentleman, used to tell a story about how a reporter ran into a newsroom from covering a fire. Flushed and fueled with excitement and adrenaline – covering a fire can do that to you – the reporter

By Steve Trosley The Catholic Telegraph  The Catholic Conference of Ohio, on behalf of the Catholic Bishops of Ohio, have written a letter including a Reflection Statement on SB 310 — Ohioʼs alternative energy portfolio standards. The reflection provides a brief overview of Catholic Churchʼs teaching regarding care for creation,

The outrage about the conduct clause in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati teachers’ contract leaves this management veteran confounded and confused. In the several decades of my career in newspaper management, I enforced company policies that supported corporate and professional identity that included things as simple as dress codes and as

Just about the time you think you understand all the ministries operating in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, you meet someone from a parish, school or other institution involved in an activity that enriches faith formation, evangelizes or serves the needs of the most vulnerable or takes an initiative.

By Steve Trosley The Catholic Telegraph Families and communities have various ways of celebrating with some having roots in their ethnic heritage and others having roots in habit. Some of our friends in the archdiocese sent the following notes on their personal celebrations for your entertainment at this special time

Newspaper and media content in general is based a lot on milestones. In days past, everyone could count on the “free” publication of a birth announcement, engagement and wedding announcements and their obituary.Often, you could get certain life milestones such as anniversaries – 25th, 50th, etc. – published and celebrating

September 2013 When you’re introduced to someone new in your community, what’s the first thing you think of to ask? What brought you here? Where’s home? Have you found a nice place to live?