August 2013 I don’t know what time it was on July 2 that Cincinnati Reds pitcher Homer Bailey walked San Francisco Giant’s center fielder Gregor Blanco, but I knew it was coming. My sister, Karyn, and I jinxed it. The walk came in the seventh inning. Bailey was on fire.
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.
By Eileen Connelly The Catholic Telegraph Two men with ties to the Archdiocese of Cincinnati are spending their retirement years sharing their gifts, wisdom and experience with others as lay missioners. Originally from the Cincinnati area (specifically, Florence, Ky.), Roy Wilmhoff enjoyed a lucrative career as a software design engineer
Commentary by Maryann Hudak I walked up to the microphone at the front of the ballroom, holding my notebook in the crook of my arm. It was Saturday, July 6, the second full day of the North American Ursuline Convocation at the Crowne Plaza in Cincinnati, and ideas were continuing
Press Release Chatfield College, Cincinnati’s private, Catholic, associate degree College founded by the Ursulines of Brown County, has launched a $5 million capital campaign, called “Building Community.” “Building Community” is derived from one of the nine counsels of St. Angela Merici, who founded the Ursulines in 1535. “Build Community Wherever
By Patricia McGeever For The Catholic Telegraph Saint Peter in Chains Parish in Hamilton is marking a milestone. It is celebrating 50 years since its present-day church building was built and dedicated. The parish itself was founded in 1893 and the church building at 382 Liberty is the third one
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph Sex, drugs and rock & roll may have once been seen as the primary impediments to living a Catholic life while in college. While no doubt related temptations remain, Catholic students, especially at secular colleges, now must contend with cultural values that oppose church
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 Immaculate Heart of Mary (IHM) Parish in Anderson Township is blessed and honored to have its website recognized by Liturgical Publications Inc as the 2013 Catholic Parish Website of the Year. The contest was open to all Catholic parishes in the United Sates, with websites being judged on