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For this #ThrowbackThursday, we bring you the first announcement of a new pope in The Catholic Telegraph’s history. Pope Gregory XVI was elected in February of 1831, eight months before this newspaper’s first edition, making the conclave of 1846 the first to be covered in these pages. On this date, June 16,

The Catholic Telegraph, official newspaper of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, has joined the popular social networking app Instagram as part of ongoing efforts to engage a younger, more diverse audience of Catholics. Users may connect with the newspaper’s newest account by searching the username the_catholic_telegraph within the app. Instagram was

Sarah Patterson, archivist for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Chancery Archives, and volunteer coordinator Julie Ross received certificates of appreciation in April from the Hamilton County Genealogical Society (HCGS). The certificates were in response to the duo’s efforts in getting the archives genealogical research working again after a more than two-year hiatus.

The Chancery Archives of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati contains items and documents of historical significance to the entire region, but it also contains critical information for those researching their family’s past. For the first time since 2012, when the archives were closed for renovation and moving, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati is

Historic preservation of buildings tends to happen in one of two ways. Either a building is painstakingly restored to its original use and function, or it is adapted to serve a new purpose. The Archdiocese of Cincinnati Chancery Archives building located at 25 E. 8th Street in downtown Cincinnati has

Staff Report Where can you find a sick call box of Archbishop Elder’s, a hat worn at the Second Vatican Council by Archbishop Alter and the handwritten journal of Archbishop Purcell? The Chancery Archives of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati includes these treasures and more. See video below  On May 19 the archives were

Press Release Sarah L. Patterson has joined the Archdiocese of Cincinnati as director of the Chancery Archive, which collects, preserves, and administers Church records and artifacts of permanent historical value dating back to the founding of what was then the Diocese of Cincinnati in 1821. The Archive recently moved to