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By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph In the moments after two bombs detonated at the Boston Marathon, priests from a nearby Catholic church gathered their sacramental oils and headed to the scene to anoint the injured. When they arrived, the Wall Street Journal reported last month, they were denied access
Staff Report The pools are open, the Reds play plenty of home games and church festival season is in full swing, but there are also many faith-based activities the family can do together during the month of June. Visitation May 31 On Friday May 31st we celebrate the Visitation. It’s
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph For a high school girl, hair care can be a terribly important thing. Peer judgement can turn a bad hair day into a nightmare. On May 20 at Seton High School, however, several hundred women opted for a different kind of hair care —
Staff Report The Archdiocese of Cincinnati has announced there will be a special collection the weekend of May 25-26, to provide relief for the victims of the disaster, even as the desperate search for survivors of Monday’s devastating tornado in Moore, OK., continues.
For the third year in a row Ohio schools have voted down an OHSAA competitive balance proposal that seeks to change how schools are assigned to specific divisions in postseason tournament. While striking down the proposal keeps the status quo for now, OHSAA Commissioner Dr. Dan Ross indicated that it
Staff Report As part of its Year of Faith Celebrations, La Salle High School will host a 25-hour prayer vigil entitled “Prayer Without Ceasing” from Friday May 17 to Saturday May 18. The prayer vigil will begin with a 7 a.m. Mass for hope and healing celebrated by Father Jon-Paul
By Cindy Wooden Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) — The head of the Vatican office promoting new evangelization said that while he does not like the terms “Francis effect” or “Francis bump,” it is true that “Pope Francis has touched the hearts and minds of many people.” Archbishop Rino
Press Release Two men will be ordained Roman Catholic priests for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati by Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr at the Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 18.
By Francis X. Rocca Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) — U.S. Cardinal Raymond L. Burke and U.S. pro-life leaders joined tens of thousands of demonstrators in Italy’s third annual March for Life May 12, which ended with a personal greeting from Pope Francis. According to organizers, some 30,000 marched