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Tony Maas, president and CEO of JTM Food Group, asked Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr to bless the groundbreaking for the Harrison Company's $26.1 million expansion. (Courtesy Photo)
“The greatest gift we’ve got in life is being Catholic.” Tony Maas begins every day with an hour of reflecting on Scripture readings, journaling and asking our Lord to direct his steps. Maas is president and chief executive officer of JTM Food Group in Harrison. The company earned $165 million

Vegetable Jambalaya by Leanne Brown. Serves 6. Cost per serving $0.65 $3.90 total. Writes Brown, “I don’t make the jambalaya exactly the way they do down South, but this vegetable-heavy version is faster and just as good.” Ingredients: 2 TB veg oil or butter 1 med onion, chopped 1 green

David Graham, chef for The Gruff in Covington, took on the task of making a decadent St. Honore Cake. (CT/Photo/Erin Queen Schurenburg)
From the November Edition on Page 6 in The Catholic Telegraph’s Body and Soul an article about St. Honore Cake. Below is the recipe! Let us know your experience of making this by posting on The CT’s facebook or twitter pages. Making a St. Honore Cake might well take the patience of a

A seemingly endless expanse of blue sky and fields. A landscape dotted with barns, silos, grazing livestock and old family farmhouses. This is the scene that greets visitors to rural areas in the northern part of the archdiocese, in this case outside Fort Loramie, where six generations of the Hoying

Staff Report No one should be hungry. The archdiocesan Catholic Social Action Office, in partnership with the Office of the New Evangelization, Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio and Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley, is sponsoring Food for All: Be Multiplied, launching July 1. The effort localizes Pope Francis’ “One

By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph Shopping for and preparing meals isn’t easy for people who live on a limited incomes and lack transportation. This includes urban neighborhoods in the Dayton area, ranked fourth in the nation for food hardship. For one week in Lent (March 22-38) the Catholic

By Sarah Anne Carter For The Catholic Telegraph Tucked away in the middle of Springfield, Ohio, is a soup kitchen that not only feeds stomachs, but also warms hearts and saves lives. The work is important and has been recognized as such by several organizations and the pope himself. 

By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph “I just love to cook,” said Greg Young, during a recent telephone interview with The Catholic Telegraph. “God gives you certain gifts and interests and you put them to good use.” Young has found a way to put his talent and passion to

Volunteers at the Walnut Hills Soup Kitchen prepare to serve a meal. (CT Photo/Eileen Connelly, OSU)
By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph Are you looking for an opportunity for fellowship, a team building experience, the chance to nourish the body, mind and spirit of those in need? Then the Over-the-Rhine and Walnut Hills Soup Kitchens and Pantry would love to have you. Both soup kitchens

By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph  For many years, decades in fact, the storefront at 3546 Montgomery Road in Evanston sat vacant. That all changed on May 19 when Community Blend, the newest employee owned, cooperative business created by Interfaith Business Builders, Inc. (IBB), opened it doors to serve