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September 2014

By Steve Trosley The Catholic Telegraph  The 10th annual Family Rosary Rally will be held Oct. 12 at the University of Dayton Arena with Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr presiding.

For the past two years I’ve had the opportunity and privilege to go on a mission trip to Vanceburg, Kentucky through the Glenmary Home Missioners. With the Ohio River on one side and the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains on the other, it is a place of striking natural beauty.

By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph  The influx of Central American refugees across the southern U.S. border has sparked debates among politicians and the media. Yet, for Sister of Charity of Cincinnati Jean Miller, who spent two weeks in El Paso in July ministering to women and children fleeing

Just about any white-collar worker under the age of 40 will confess that he or she works at least sixty hours a week, goes to work early, leaves work late, and brings work home. What has happened to us? Why has the culture replaced all other values with a need

Report Holy Cross Roman Catholic Lithuanian Church in Dayton has been celebrating a century of faith in a variety of ways. The parish’s 100th anniversary Mass was held June 22, with Auxiliary Bishop Joseph R. Binzer as the main celebrant.  Concelebrants were Father Eric Bowman, Holy Cross Church administrator, Father

By Mary Bertollini For The Catholic Telegraph Ants pushed Maria Bernardina “Dina” Beach into missionary life. Yes, ants. She studied them as part of her undergraduate studies and was intrigued by their sense of hard work, community and care for one another.

Staff Report This time of year is ripe with opportunity.  Events around the world and in our daily lives coincide with the church’s liturgical calendar to offer many chances to grow in faith. Here are suggested Family Life activities for September.

Anyone who’s ever owned a dog has probably sat and wondered from time to time what’s going on in that furry head.

By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph  For many years, decades in fact, the storefront at 3546 Montgomery Road in Evanston sat vacant. That all changed on May 19 when Community Blend, the newest employee owned, cooperative business created by Interfaith Business Builders, Inc. (IBB), opened it doors to serve

By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph  In the “Land of Cross Tipped Churches,” the region in the northern part of the archdiocese where Catholic churches dot the rural landscape, their steeples are visible from miles away. They rise above the cornfields and small towns as a testament to the