For 20 years, Sacred Heart Radio has brought Catholic programming to the Greater Cincinnati-area. On Jan. 1, 2001, the husband-and-wife team of Bill and Leah Levitt launched the station. “When I heard the voice of Archbishop Daniel Pilarczyk welcoming Sacred Heart Radio to the air, I was relieved,” Bill reflected.
Vatican City, Jun 30, 2020 / 07:10 am MT (CNA).- The world needs media that can help young people to distinguish between good and evil, presenting the facts in a “clear and unbiased” way, Pope Francis said Tuesday. In a June 30 message to members of the Catholic Press Association,
Story and photos by M.D. Pitman Elder is not just a high school for Adam Duwel and Jack Langen. For them – and the current student body and thousands of graduates of the near-century-old Cincinnati Westside institution – it’s a way of life. Elder is a place with which both
Pope Francis named two experienced journalists — including its first female vice director — to lead the Vatican press office. Greg Burke, a native of St. Louis, succeeds Italian Jesuit Father Federico Lombardi, who retires after 10 years as head of the Vatican press office, the Vatican announced July 11.
Sacred Heart Radio, a Catholic radio station based in Norwood, now has the ability to reach nearly 700,000 Catholics with the addition of its 910 AM frequency, which covers Middletown, Dayton and beyond. The station, which is celebrating it’s 15th anniversary, can also be heard in much of the Cincinnati, Northern
Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke, Patron of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta and former Prefect of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura, was the keynote speaker May 11 at the Sacred Heart Radio 15th Anniversary Banquet at the Sharonville Convention Center. His Eminence spoke for 40 minutes, reflecting on the Gospel
Update: The Toledo Diocese will cease publishing its newspaper, close its related website, end production of a weekly televised Mass and reduce spending at the diocesan pastoral center by 20 percent to plug a budget deficit. “We must be committed to cease our practice of deficit spending,” Bishop Daniel E.
February is Catholic Press Month, and as the primary Catholic media outlet in the region, The Catholic Telegraph has long served the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Subscribe to our print edition at no cost HERE. For today’s Throwback Thursday, we’re looking inward. Our history, as you can see from our website logo,
Maryanne Zeleznik, news director of 91.7 WVXU for 10 years, will be honored as the Salesian Guild’s Distinguished Communicator of the Year at the group’s annual dinner meeting in Cincinnati on Saturday, Jan. 23. Please mail completed registration form by Friday, Jan. 8, 2016. Guest speaker for the event will
Staff Report Today is the final day of the annual Catholic Media Conference. At this event, members of the Catholic Press Association and other Catholic media organizations come together to share best practices, network and engage in fellowship. The Catholic Telegraph’s New Media Editor, John Stegeman, is attending the conference