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Staff Report Editor’s Note: This story was posted prior to when the present website design took effect. Today’s Throwback Thursday is short and sweet. We’re saying goodbye to this website — sort of. Don’t fret. TheCatholicTelegraph.com isn’t going anywhere, but it is getting a total makeover. As we announced last month, the improved site will
Staff Report The Catholic Telegraph has been around for 184 years, but just less than 10 of those years have included an online presence. The current web site, which you’re reading right now, was developed in 2009. For its time it was adequate to the needs of our readership, but big changes
Staff Report Today (Oct. 22, 2015) marks 184 years since the founding of The Catholic Telegraph newspaper by Bishop Edward Fenwick and the staff is proud to continue the tradition of bringing you news and commentary from a Catholic perspective. The following editorial, for lack of a better word, is long
Staff Report The Catholic Telegraph, the official news source of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, is seeking an intern for the summer of 2015. The position is unpaid but will provide a student of mass communications, journalism, graphic arts or photography with the opportunity for on-the-job training, and can be structured
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph Greg Hartman was always raised to have a relationship with Christ, but a seed planted at a Catholic wedding when he was just 10-years-old would lead to a lifetime of conversion. Hartman, circulation manager of The Catholic Telegraph, is the son of Harold and
Staff Report This Throwback Thursday post is scheduled for Dec. 18, but it looks ahead to Dec. 20. Dec. 20 is an important date in the life of a man born in Dayton, Ohio who would go to Rome to become a priest and eventually sit in the Bishop’s Chair
Staff Report Franciscan Friars of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati continue to staff their ministry of presence at a storefront in Cincinnati’s Northgate Mall and in conjunction with that effort, they’re building momentum for a new online viral challenge. Dubbed the Peace Prayer Challenge, the act is simple. The Friars are
Staff Report It was 60 years ago yesterday that Catholics in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati received word via The Catholic Telegraph-Register that the Vatican had approved the use of some English during the administration certain sacraments. Permission was granted to use English in portions in baptism, matrimony, the anointing of
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.
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.