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CNA Staff, Apr 28, 2020 / 12:00 pm MT (CNA).- As New York attempts to weather the coronavirus pandemic, religious orders in the state have been hit hard by the disease, with one order of nuns raising money to offset the cost of added medical expenses. The Maryknoll Sisters in

Father Peter Helmlinger A Mass of Christian Burial for Father Peter Helmlinger was celebrated June 18 at Holy Angels Church in Sidney. Father Helmlinger, 65, died June 10. A native of Sidney, Father Helmlinger received a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Thomas More College and a Master of Divinity from

Father Leo Schloemer A Mass of Christian Burial for Father Leo Bernard Schloemer was celebrated April 3 at Our Lady of the Fields Chapel in Fairfield. Father Schloemer, 94, died March 25. He was a Glenmary Home Missioner for 67 years. A native of Cincinnati, Father Schloemer made his first

Maryknoll, NY-Sister Mary Paulita Hoffman died on March 14th, 2019 at the Maryknoll Sisters Center in Maryknoll, NY. She was 104 years old and had been a Maryknoll Sister for 85 years. Mary Rose Hoffmann was born in Cincinnati, OH on August 13th, 1914 to Mary (Dumont) Hoffman and Oscar

Juan Gomez is a Maryknoll Lay Missioner (MLM) from Colombia. MLM is a Catholic organization inspired by the mission of Jesus to live and work with poor communities in Africa, Asia and the Americas, responding to basic needs and helping to create a more just and compassionate world. It sends and

By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph Most young girls growing up in Cincinnati in the 1920s didn’t dream of become missionaries to China, yet from an early age, Maryknoll Sister Paulita Hoffman knew exactly what she wanted to do, and what God’s will for her was. The spunky nun,

The Archdiocese of Cincinnati delegation posed for a photo with locals following an enjoyable morning with the Maryknoll Sewing Training Program listening to their challenges, but also hearing stories of hope, dreams and gratitude. (CT Photo/Megan Walsh)
By Megan Walsh For The Catholic Telegraph  A group of 11 adults from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati traveled to Nepal to witness why and how an American Catholic priest is serving the people of the Himalayan kingdom. “My greatest joy in Nepal is being with the people of Nepal.” Maryknoll

Maryknoll, NY – Mother Mary Joseph Rogers, founder of Maryknoll Sisters of St. Dominic, has been named one of nine American women to be inducted in 2013 into the National Women’s Hall of Fame (NWHF), it was announced March 7 by the NWHF. The National Women’s Hall of Fame, which