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Father Robert Hater

Street in First Century Jerusalem (Photo by Greg Hartman)
by Father Robert J. Hater The old black rosary hangs on the headboard of the bedroom once occupied by my father and mother. More than 60 years ago my father brought it home, a gift from a Marianist brother who gave it to him for Christmas. It’s been there ever

by Walt Schaefer There’s a knack to turning the complexities of academic thought and making the intricacies of Church teaching understandable to the population in the pews. Archbishop Daniel E. Pilarczyk had it. His 15 books, his homilies, even his work post Vatican II translating the Latin Scriptures into English,

Press Release Father Robert Hater, a priest of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati who for more than 50 years has spread Gospel values through his writing, teaching and lectures, will be honored as the Salesian Guild’s Distinguished Communicator of the Year at the group’s annual dinner meeting in Cincinnati on Saturday,

As facilitator of my parish spiritual book club, I am always looking for books to discuss that promise to inform and inspire. Father Robert Hater’s latest book, The Parish Guide to the New Evangelization: An Action Plan for Sharing the Faith, does both.