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Pursuant to the orders of the Cincinnati Board of Health, prohibiting the assembling of people during the prevailing epidemic of influenza, the conference of the Province of Cincinnati, called for next Monday, for the purpose of making preparations for the Combined War Work Campaign, has been indefinitely postponed. As soon

May 1, 2012 By Father Earl Fernandes They were looking intently up into the sky as he was going, when suddenly two men dressed in white stood beside them. “Men of Galilee,” they said, “why do you stand here looking into the sky? This same Jesus, who has been taken

May 1, 2012 By Jeanne Hunt The Gospel for the Feast of the Ascension is for go-getters — not for lazy believers with lead-feet disease. In this Gospel reading the angels offer us the timeless question, “Why do you stand here looking into the sky?” In other words, they prod

May 1, 2012 By Father Kyle Schnippel There are so many wonderful things that we celebrate during the Easter season, it is so difficult to pick out different memories or thoughts and keep them from blending into one seamless fabric of thoughts.

April 30, 2012 By Stephen Trosley They were publically humiliated, stripped of their property, imprisoned, tortured and dragged into the arena to be savaged by wild animals. Some were crucified and others were tested by fire. Those who survived were treated as outcasts.

March 29, 2012 By Stephen Trosley, Editor-in-Chief   Letter writers use newspaper columns to share ideas, to criticize and endorse, to challenge others, to vent their righteous (and sometimes unjustified) anger and to just rant.  

January 28, 2011 Dear friends of Catholic education, Last fall New York Archbishop Timothy M. Dolan published an article in the journal America titled “The Catholic Schools We Need.” In this article, he acknowledged the many challenges facing Catholic schools in today’s world. He described the incalculable value of our

It was an idea we were more than happy to steal. Back in 1993, the staff of The Catholic Telegraph noticed a holiday campaign that had long been operating in the Diocese of Brooklyn with cooperation from The Brooklyn Tablet diocesan newspaper. The “Bright Christmas” campaign worked with Catholic Charities