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By Sean Ater For The Catholic Telegraph  Meet Maureen. Maureen is 47, married and has one child who recently started her first job and has moved out of state. Maureen has always valued her Catholic faith and her relationship with God. 

The June print edition of The Catholic Telegraph is hot off the press and should be arriving in mailboxes around May 28. (CT Photo/John Stegeman)
Staff Report The June edition of The Catholic Telegraph runs 36 pages with complete coverage of the May 17 priest ordinations, a special vocations section, graduation listing and more. The cover of the June issue features now-Fathers Brian Phelps and James Riehle lying prostrate on the floor of the Cathedral

Staff Report With a detailed explanation of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s “The Light is ON For You” campaign, the famous annual Fish Fry listings, a photo recap of the March for Life and the usual mix of local news and commentary, the March print edition of The Catholic Telegraph will

Staff Report As a monthly publication, the December issue of The Catholic Telegraph serves both as an Advent and Christmas edition of the paper. With that in mind, readers will find a seven-page Advent & Christmas section.

From the Athenaeum of Ohio Father Earl Fernandes, dean of the Athenaeum and Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West and author of The Catholic Telegraph‘s “A Question of Faith” column, has written a new book — Seminary Formation and Homosexuality – published by the Institute for Priestly Formation (IPF). The book

Staff Report The September issue of The Catholic Telegraph should be hitting mailboxes Thursday, August 29. Here are some of the highlights of the September issue: — Father Barry Windholtz, pastor of The Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains, wants to build a parish community at the historic church that

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph  Catholics are a diverse group. Many are well studied on the intricacies of the faith, many are only culturally Catholic and many fall somewhere in between. But what do Catholics know about the church’s relationship with other religions? The Catechism of the Catholic Church

Staff Report The E-pistle, a weekly newsletter for the archdiocese of Cincinnati put out by The Catholic Telegraph and the archdiocese Office of Communications, is now available to view online without email subscription. To view the E-pistle for Wednesday, July 17, click here. The E-pistle is published each Wednesday and

Rather than detail the changes and the timing of the changes coming this summer for our The Catholic Telegraph readers, we’re going to wait for you to tell us what you see. When I became editor of one small city newspaper, I decided to streamline the TV guide. The TV

Staff Report Megan Walsh joined the staff of The Catholic Telegraph as a summer intern May 20. Walsh, a senior at Miami University in Oxford, is double-majoring in Journalism and Anthropology and will graduate this December.