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A first look at Our Lady of Peace Chapel By Gail Finke A tiny new chapel on Xavier University’s campus opened only days ago, but that’s in its present life. Before being moved to a spot at the end of XU’s academic mall, it was the site of decades of

By Eileen Connelly, OSU High school students are faced with a dizzying array of options during their college search.  A local native with parents who are both alumni, it was only natural for the University of Dayton to be on Jacob Montgomery’s short list. Yet the young man also knew

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph Cincinnati City Councilman Chris Seelbach and Xavier University students who started a petition on Change.org asking NFL Hall of Famer Anthony Munoz to clarify his personal position on gay rights before he be allowed to serve as the school’s commencement speaker got their way

This story is exclusive web content from The Catholic Telegraph Xavier University announced Wednesday that one of its athletic dreams was coming true. The school, along with Butler and Creighton, will join Georgetown, Villanova, Marquette, St. John’s, Providence, Seton Hall and DePaul in a reformulated Big East. Learn more about

Staff Report The Catholic Telegraph Area religious communities, including his fellow Jesuits, expressed their prayers and support for Pope Francis upon hearing the news of his election March 13. Also Read Habemus Papam Central The news was especially meaningful for Jesuit Father Michael J. Graham, president of Xavier University, who

Thursday, February 25, 2010 By Eileen Connelly, OSU and David Eck ARCHDIOCESE — After studying war and conflict in her classes as a political science and journalism major, University of Dayton senior Rachael Bade put her passion for peace into action by forming a peace group on campus. “It’s not

Wednesday, August 5, 2009 By Eileen Connelly, OSU ARCHDIOCESE — Some 130 deacons and their wives from the across the country gathered at Xavier University’s Cintas Center July 19-22 for the annual conference of the National Diaconate Institute for Continuing Education (NDICE). The overall theme for this year’s gathering was