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Cheri Champagne, Catholic coordinator at Our Lady Queen of Peace Parish on Wright-Patterson AFB, poses with Father Donald Moss, pastor. (Courtesy Photo)
By Sharon Semanie Nine children are scheduled to be confirmed at Our Lady Queen of Peace Parish, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB), in November. The celebrant, Archbishop Timothy Broglio does not represent the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, but rather the Archdiocese for Military Services (USA) in Washington, D.C., the sole endorser

  Richard Kelly, archdiocesan CFO, (center, saluting) and Bishop Joseph Binzer attended a flag raising ceremony at Gate of Heaven Cemetery Sep. 4. The ceremony and blessing of the new columbaria within the Veteran section at Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Bugler, Larry DuPree, played “To the Colors” as the American

La Salle High School in Mt. Airy celebrated its annual Veterans Appreciation Day Feb. 22. From the school: “Yesterday we hosted our annual Veteran Appreciation Day where we honor all of those that have served our country in the armed forces. More than 200 veterans attended the event spanning from WWII

Applications now being taken for all-expenses paid pilgrimage May 15-22 WASHINGTON, D.C.—U.S. Military personnel, including the wounded, ill, and injured, are now invited to apply for an all-expenses-paid, round-trip journey to the Marian grotto and spring baths at Lourdes, France, during the 60th annual Pèlerinage Militaire International (PMI)—or “International Military

Mount St. Mary’s Seminary Before entering the seminary, Jason Williams was part of the team that ran and maintained the nuclear reactor on a fast attack submarine. “Even though all of the world looks the same from behind a control panel, it was still fascinating work. Yet as much as I

By Mary Massa For The Catholic Telegraph Interest in the book and hit movie Unbroken – the true story of a World War II bombardier who survived a plane crash in the Pacific Ocean only to be captured by the Japanese, prompted interest and a display of WWII memorabilia by

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph  Elder High School lost more men in the Vietnam War than any other high school in the state. While those men are gone, their memory remains, and Jan. 30, the school hosted a special Mass to honor the 11, and a “12th man” representing