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Imagine placing a rosary into the hands of a child eager to pray, especially a rosary they helped make. That’s exactly what CISE board members Louise Stakelin and Tricia Headley, along with donor Susie Castellini, are doing. Since the fall of 2019, more than 250 scholars at CISE schools received

Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr, center, stands with members of the Ordination Class of 1979, during the Archdiocese of Cincinnati's annual Ordination Anniversasry Dinner at the Bergamo Center in Beavercreek, Ohio on Monday, May 6. Members of the class include: Front L-R Fathers Terry Schneider, Jerry Gardner, Jeff Kemper. Marc Sherlock, Jim Schutte, and Dave Lemkuhl. Back L-R Fathers Larry Tensi and Len Wenke. (CT Photo/David A. Moodie)
Celebrating the Class of 1959: 60 years Most Reverend Daniel E. Pilarczyk Reverend Eugene F. Vonderhaar Reverend John E. Wessling Celebrating the Class of 1969: 50 years Reverend George R. Schmitz Reverend James J. Walsh Celebrating the Class of 1979: 40 years Reverend Timothy S. Bunch Reverend Jerome J. Gardner

Father Len Wenke celebrates the 11th anniversary Mass for the Holy Family Latino community.
Father Len Wenke’s tenure as Director of Pastoral Services for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati has been filled with grace and blessing. He completed his time in the position in June and became pastor of Holy Family and Our Lady of Lourdes parishes effective July 1. As director, Father Wenke oversaw

Father Len Wenke celebrates the 11th anniversary Mass for the Holy Family Latino community.
By Mary Bertonlini For The Catholic Telegraph  Hospitality was the reason Holy Family Church in Price Hill came into being, and it remains a priority today. Two major back-to-back floods in 1883 and 1884 drove people out of Cincinnati’s West End and up into Price Hill to live. St. Lawrence

Editor’s Note: This is the second in a multi-part series on the Vibrant Churches project, an ongoing effort to mitigate the decline in the number of available priests for assignments as pastors on the parishes of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. The first installment examined efforts to mitigate the impact of