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“It’s much more than old-fashioned computers.” Principal Carolyn Murphy with St. Michael the Archangel School described perfectly how technology has evolved across schools in the archdiocese over the past several years. What may have been a computer lab or media space in schools 10, five or even two years ago

by Eileen Connelly, OSU Shortly after an ultrasound machine was installed at Elizabeth’s New Life Center’s (ENLC) Women’s Center in Lebanon, the staff performed a scan on a young woman with no support who was fearful of going through her pregnancy alone. While receptive to the center’s services and discussion

Every year, thousands of Americans come to Washington, D.C., many traveling from states far away, to participate in the March for Life and advocate for the lives of unborn babies. The Archdiocese of Cincinnati was well represented as hundreds of students, adults, and seminarians left for Washington D.C. to participate

Queen of Peace Parish in Hamilton replaced their outside cross atop the church that was originally built and erected in 1966. The new cross is larger and lit for the entire Queen Acres neighborhood. They placed the old cross inside the new one. Students witnessed the blessing of the new cross.
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Educators in Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati are learning to teach what they believe. Since its inception four years ago, 17 Catholic elementary schools, including three high schools, have embraced School of Faith, a program aimed at providing personal faith development to teachers and staff. “You can’t give

On February 27, 2018. St. Ignatius Parish announced that Mr. Kevin Vance has accepted the position as the next principal of St. Ignatius School. Mr. Vance brings with him experience as a Catholic school principal and a strong background in meeting academic, spiritual, social, and emotional needs of students. Fr.

Reverend James R. Brooks died on April 22, 2017. He was born on October 11, 1977 in Dayton, Ohio. He studied Classical Humanities at the Legion of Christ College of Humanities and Novitiate in Cheshire, Connecticut. He received a Licentiate Degree in Philosophy and Moral Theology from the Ateneo Pontificio

By Paul Clark Special to The Catholic Telegraph Small change can make a big difference. As part of his pledge to One Faith, One Hope, One Love, David Cossentino of Loveland added some coins totaling $1.63. That’s face value. But there’s a flip side: Their total worth, as evaluated by

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph Deacon J. Thomas Wray, 55, will be ordained to the priesthood at 4:30 p.m. March 7 at St. Margaret of York in Mainville by Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr. Wray’s path to the Catholic priesthood has come through a circuitous route. He was ordained in