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CNA Staff, Apr 16, 2020 / 02:45 pm (CNA).- On April 30, 2000, the Church officially declared the Sunday after Easter to be “Divine Mercy Sunday,” an annual celebration of the mercy of God. The celebration usually centers around the image of Divine Mercy painted by St. Faustina Kowalska, which

The staff at The Cathedral worked many hours to decorate the altar. (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
by Rebecca Sontag Easter is everything. Easter is God’s ultimate gift of love, mercy and sacrifice. It is how we are reconciled, where we find forgiveness and hope. It is where death is overcome by life everlasting. But in the rush for the next season or the next holiday, we

Good Times: Nearly 120 ladies attended the recent DCWC St. Patrick’s Day Card/Game Party and Luncheon, held at the Presidential Banquet Center in Kettering. DCWC Board Member and St. Pat Party Chair, Julianne McCain, was delighted with the turnout for the annual event, which was declared a huge success! DCWC

No public Masses in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati through May 3 Live Stream Mass from the Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains. Monday – Saturday at 8:00 a.m.; Sunday at 8:30 a.m. (Spanish) & 11:00 a.m. (English) Holy Week at the Cathedral: Tuesday April 7, Chrism Mass at 1:00 p.m.,

This year The Catholic Telegraph has reached out to those that work with Youth and Young Adult Ministries, as well as Young Adults throughout the Archdiocese for our 2020 Lenten Reflections. Thank you for reading The Catholic Telegraph’s Lenten Reflections. This same team are providing Easter Reflections, which can be

by Mark Danis The one thing the six elderly priests considered more difficult than carrying a wheelchairbound man down a flight of stairs was attempting to do so against his will. The 89-year-old Father John made it clear he was not going to be moved to the basement of Tabor

Dear Friends and Family, Many of you have reached out with questions and expressions of concern regarding the current restrictions on visitation at Gate of Heaven Catholic Cemetery. Many of you visit regularly to honor your loved ones and undoubtedly find peace and prayerfulness in the traditions of these sacred

It is impossible to divorce religious faith (or lack thereof) from political commitments. While legislators and judges might try to keep religious and political institutions distinct from one another—to build Thomas Jefferson’s famous “wall of separation between Church and State”—belief (or unbelief) is a necessary factor in the way all

Join the faithful on a virtual pilgrimage of the Stations of the Cross in Israel on the Via Dolorosa.