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September 2013 By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph  Less than two years ago Royalmont Academy was a small, Catholic elementary school in a building with a capacity of less than 200. In June of last year the school moved to the 16-acre former Mason Heights Elementary school and the new

September 2013 By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph  In the interest of love of God and love of neighbor, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati maintains an Office of Due Process to assist in the mediation of disputes. The document outlining the process, originally written in 1990 and last updated in 1998,

Staff Report August brings on some of the hottest days of the year, and it also marks the ending of summer vacation for many students. Take some time this month to engage in activities with the whole family before the children go back to school. Feast of the Assumption The

By Megan Walsh  The Catholic Telegraph   Janelle Buffalo of the Navajo Native American tribe in Tohatchi, N.M. visited the Archdiocese of Cincinnati in July for three weeks to further build the relationship between her tribe and Sts. Peter and Paul in Redding, Ohio. Beth Pettigrew, Youth Minister at Sts.

Megan Walsh The Catholic Telegraph New principals from Catholic schools throughout the archdiocese came together in late July for the first ever ‘Principal Boot Camp’ coordinated by the archdiocesan Catholic Schools Office. “The weekend was about connecting them with their faith and helping them understand how it impacts their leadership,”

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph  Catholics are a diverse group. Many are well studied on the intricacies of the faith, many are only culturally Catholic and many fall somewhere in between. But what do Catholics know about the church’s relationship with other religions? The Catechism of the Catholic Church

Staff Report  Thousands of Americans, mostly African-Americans, started an as yet unfinished journey to equal justice and opportunity in the summer of 1963 with the historic March on Washington. The high point of that event was a speech delivered by an Atlanta clergyman — Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  His

When it comes to practicing my faith, I’ll admit it, I’m spoiled. Living in Cincinnati, there’s still a Catholic church within a short drive (even walk) of our homes. Educational opportunities at the parish, high school, and college level are numerous. Summer brings an abundance of festivals. Lent ushers in

Staff Report St. Vivian Catholic church will host ‘Dismas Journey: A Dialogue on Reentry, Opportunity, and Justice’ from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. on Thursday July 25. Attendees will be asked the following questions: Can Ohio build a more redemptive criminal justice system?  How can Cincinnati’s Catholic community provide for more

Staff Report The E-pistle, a weekly newsletter for the archdiocese of Cincinnati put out by The Catholic Telegraph and the archdiocese Office of Communications, is now available to view online without email subscription. To view the E-pistle for Wednesday, July 17, click here. The E-pistle is published each Wednesday and