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Dominick Albano

The 1973 short story, The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas, tells of a utopia complete with green fields, blue skies, shimmering buildings and happy people. But the city is built on a dark truth. In the bowels of the city, in the basement of a building, there exists a

by Dominick Albano The pious will tell you there is nothing more powerful than prayer, while the agitator will scoff and say, “You pray and I’ll actually go do something.” The meaning behind the jab is clear: To some, there is no power in prayer. For others, belief in the

Before Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hit musical, Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson’s place in the minds of many Americans was simple: founding father, third President, sculpted into Mount Rushmore. After Hamilton… well, let’s just say he’s probably now known more for his flamboyant portrayal. I want to shine a light on one of Jefferson’s

About one year ago – on August 5, 2019, to be exact – my five-year-old son jumped off a cliff. Yes, literally. But don’t worry, he’s fine. We were in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the cliff was about 25 feet, we were at a very popular spot where tourists

What will people remember about you after you die? The 2000 film Cast Away tells the story of FedEx employee Chuck Noland, who washes up on an uninhabited island after his plane crashes somewhere in the Pacific Ocean. After four years of isolation, he is rescued and finds himself on

ARCHDIOCESE OF CINCINNATI COVID-19 DAILY UPDATE WITH DOMINICK ALBANO Friday, May 29th: Guests Mike Schafer Director of Communication and Mission Promotion, David Kissel and his son, Carson Kissel, Viral Video Phenom. Thursday, May 28th: Guests Jennifer Schack, Director of Media Relation, Father Earl Fernandes, Pastor St. Ignatius Church Wednesday, May

Friday, May 1, at 3 p.m. EDT, Archbishop Jose Gomez, president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), will reconsecrate the United States to Mary under the title “Mother of the Church.” Here is everything you need to know about this upcoming celebration! What is a consecration to

Remember that time I went to prison? In October, I had the opportunity to attend a concert at Lebanon Correctional Institution by world-renowned composer and pianist Eric Genuis. The concert was amazing, and I wrote about it in the December issue of The Catholic Telegraph. Now, you can experience Genuis’