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How old was the Virgin Mary when she gave birth to Jesus? What were her last words in the Bible? How do you pray the Hail Mary in Swahili? The answer to those questions and more can be found on a newly redesigned website from the University of Dayton with

The University of Dayton will celebrate “Christmas and Beyond” with its annual exhibit of Nativities from around the world and the installation of a new model train display built to tell the story of Jesus’ young life. “At the Manger: Christmas and Beyond” runs from Saturday, Nov. 28, to Sunday,

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph As this story was typed Thursday afternoon, Pope Francis was more than 430 miles away in Washington, D.C. Despite the distance, thanks to modern technology, more than 600 people throughout the Archdiocese of Cincinnati gathered Thursday morning to watch the Holy Father address Congress. At least one other

Staff Report After 14 months of being closed for $12 million in renovations, the University of Dayton Chapel of the Immaculate Conception was rededicated Sunday by the Most Reverend Joseph R. Binzer, auxiliary bishop of Cincinnati. Sunday’s dedication was invitation only, but a daily Mass schedule open to the public has resumed.

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By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph When the University of Dayton assumed its present identity in 1920, the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception was more than 50 years old. Just shy of a century later, the chapel that has long served as a spiritual center for students is scheduled to

Staff Report After the reforms of the Second Vatican Council, the nearly century-old Chapel of the Immaculate Conception at the University of Dayton was renovated. The changes, which took place in the early 1970s, included turning the alter around to face the people, removal of pews  for chairs and a

Staff Report The University of Dayton identified the student struck by lightning Wednesday as Sean B. Ferguson, a 23-year-old senior and marketing major from Pittsburgh, Pa. In an email to students and staff from William M. Fischer, vice president for student development, the university announced a prayer service would take

Staff Report With the attention of many focused firmly on the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball tournament, today’s Throwback Thursday takes a look at the decade when Dayton won two national championships — sort of. In 2015, even die-hard college basketball fans struggle to get excited about the National Invitation

Press release   With 2015 decreed as the Year of Consecrated Life by Pope Francis, University of Dayton Libraries is honoring the priests, sisters and brothers — the vowed religious — who devote their lives to serving God and humanity.   “Charism, Character and Calling,” on display through March 31

Staff Report  The Lay Pastoral Ministry Program (LPMP) will open two new satellite locations to accommodate students interested in taking classes beginning in August 2015: the Daniel E. Pilarczyk Center on Needmore Road in Dayton and St. Ignatius Parish on Cincinnati’s west side. (Continue reading below for Catholic news from