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by Christine Rousselle Washington D.C., Aug 6, 2021 / 14:05 pm This story has been updated. American pop star Britney Spears announced in a now-deleted Instagram post on Aug. 5 that she is Catholic and attends Mass. In a post made Thursday evening, Spears, 39, shared two videos. In one, she

When it comes to sharing and teaching the Catholic faith, two minds are better than one and, in this case, two hearts are better than one. That’s because Josh and Laura Kiger have a true love for sharing their faith as they help others prepare for their own life-long Catholic

by Jennifer Schack At Christmas Masses around the archdiocese, churches filled with bustling families and friends snuggled tightly into pews to celebrate the birth of our Lord. Lights, trees and wreaths filled churches to accompany the joy of the beautiful feast day. But there was at least one Christmas Mass

Anthony Ascolese, with his confirmation sponsor Jeremy Moore. Courtesy photo
By Perry West Denver, Colo., Dec 23, 2019 / 07:00 pm (CNA).- The phenomenon is well-documented. When young Catholics go away to college, a troublingly high percentage of them stop practicing their faith. And many who stop going to Mass in college never return. Initiatives like FOCUS, and Newman Centers

By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph  The recent election of Pope Francis was a joyful occasion for cradle Catholics worldwide, but it was also especially exciting for Londa Thomas, a young wife and mother who is new to Catholicism and will be welcomed into the church at Easter Vigil.

By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph  Everything happens in God’s time. It’s a lesson Kaitlyn Spradling  has already learned at the age of 23 that will serve her well in life and in her faith. A graduate student in pathology at the University of Cincinnati, Spradling may have been

By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph  When asked recently what makes Jesus so cool, six-year-old Cameron Kleehamer told it like it is, saying, “He sacrificed himself for us.” The little boy, who also took a rosary to school not long ago for show and tell, already demonstrates a love

Wednesday, February 24, 2010 By Father Rick Hilgartner During Lent in parishes nationwide and around the world, candidates for the sacraments of initiation (baptism, confirmation and Eucharist) experience final preparation to become members of the Catholic Church. The “elect,” as they are called, depend on the support and the encouragement

Wednesday, April 15, 2009 HAMILTON DEANERY — Seven inmates at Lebanon Correctional Institution (LCI) north of Cincinnati were welcomed into the Catholic Church on April 12, experiencing the joy and hope of the Easter season.

Thursday, April 9, 2009 By Carmen M. Hubbard ST. ANDREW DEANERY — As a husband and family man, Bret Hawkins of Loveland knew he wanted to set an example for his children. The father of three said he put off his salvation and commitment to Christ long enough, leading to