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Archbishop John T. McNicholas

What began 73 years ago as a collection of seven farms purchased in the 1940s has evolved into a 160-acre cornerstone of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati: Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Under the administration of Archbishop John T. McNicholas, development of the land as the archdiocesan cemetery began in the mid

LAUREL COURT Home of Archbishops John T. McNicholas and Karl J. Alter, was originally the mansion of a Cincinnati industrialist? It’s been fully restored and is now a wedding and event center. Located in College Hill, at the highest point in Hamilton County Le Petit Trianon is the home of

by Erin Erin Schurenberg St. Antoninus Parish marked 75 years as a community of faith during a special Mass on June 2. Bishop Joseph R. Binzer presided at the joyous liturgy assisted by Father Ron Haft, pastor. “The most important thing is that we gather here to praise God, that

In 1935 with the encouragement of Archbishop John T. McNicholas, O.P., Revs. Leo Walsh and Charles Murphy began ministering to the African American community in the Lockland neighborhood, a suburb of Cincinnati. After a plea for financial assistance was placed in The Catholic Telegraph, an anonymous gift of $4000 made

Coverage of the installations of bishops from around the region in 1945 are shown. In 1945, three of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati's suffragan sees and one neighboring diocese had new bishops installed. (CT File Photos)
Staff Report  Another story you’ll see at TheCatholicTelegraph.com today is about the installation of Bishop Daniel Thomas of the Diocese of Toledo. While bishops of one diocese have no particular authority of the faithful of other dioceses, their installations and appointments are always newsworthy.  Often many bishops from the surrounding area

Staff Report The Catholic Telegraph One person’s donation became an archdiocesan treasure on April 12 when Goodwill Industries made a discovery in their Woodlawn store. Goodwill Industries Public Information Officer Michael Flannery discovered a portrait of Archbishop John T. McNicholas O.P. who led the Archdiocese from 1925 to 1950 along