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September 2015

By Walt Schaefer For The Catholic Telegraph LaSalle High School students have discovered hair and drugs don’t mix. The archdiocesan high school of 685 students — the only school operated by the Christian Brothers in Cincinnati — has adopted the most stringent drug testing policy in the area. Only four

By Walt Schafer For The Catholic Telegraph A little more than 10 years ago, St. Benedict the Moor Parish, serving West Dayton, was built. It is one of only five new parish churches nationwide built from ground up with the money, elbow grease and tenacity of a largely African-American community.

By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph It’s been 25 grace filled years since Sisters Doris Gerke, Anna Marie Covely and Dianne Short arrived in Cincinnati with a dream – to establish a Poor Clare community locally, a community centered on the simple, yet deeply meaningful, act of prayer. On

Staff Report The September edition of The Catholic Telegraph is reaching mailboxes Friday, Aug. 28, and throughout the weekend. Here’s a glance at what you can expect when your copy arrives. Not a subscriber yet? Fix that HERE at no personal cost. The cover story of the edition highlights the July