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When we first started having children and began discussing names, we always seemed to lean towards family names for the middle name. By the time our third came along, we began to focus on choosing saints names. It seems slightly embarrassing to admit it, but it wasn’t until we were

Lent looks a little different this year thanks to social distancing and health and safety protocols. And while some parishes will keep their fish fries going by means of carry out and drive-thru options, many churches are opting to skip this year’s Lenten tradition. But all hope is not lost!

During the Christmas season, this sweet bread is a great treat to make for and with family members. It’s also fun to make to celebrate the arrival of the Three Kings on the feast of the Epiphany on Jan. 6. Lighter than a fruitcake, it’s chock full of goodies everyone

Although ABC cancelled the final four episodes of “The Great American Baking Show” because one of the judges was accused of lewd conduct at a previous time, Cincinnati area fans were able to see two locals — Father Kyle Schnippel and app developer Jessie Salzbrun — compete. Father Schnippel shared

  By Erin Schurenberg  Perhaps the most famous meal in history is The Last Supper. This event occurred in an upper room, not a kitchen. When Jesus cooked, He grilled fish or bread by the beach. Of course, another time, He multiplied those two items of food to feed the

As promised in our print edition story about patron saints of food and drink: Veteran Cincinnati baker Jane Tabor gave the replication of the old German recipe a try, but said as it called for no water, the cookie dough was too dry. Please find a slightly amended recipe for cookies that

Editors Note: In the May 2017 Print Edition of The Catholic Telegraph, Body and Soul on page 24 featured a story on Donna Marie Cooper. Below is her featured recipe: Ingredients: nonstick spray 1 baguette, cut into 20 one inch slices (you can use a wholegrain bread for extra nutrition