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The Archdiocese of Cincinnati Pastoral Center is seeking the qualified candidate for the position of Social Media Coordinator. The Social Media Coordinator is responsible for reaching and growing defined target audiences with bold, joyful, and beautiful digital content, consistent with the respective online strategies of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, The

    “History” is not the accumulation of facts in the past, but rather what we say about, and the use we put to, those facts. This is not to say the facts are unimportant, nor should they be manipulated by the historian. A conscientious historian wants to be as

It is almost impossible to exaggerate the devastating effect social isolation has had in recent months on our lives as citizens, as workers and as members of a faith community for whom communal worship is a defining practice. At the same time, however, it has been heartening to hear stories

The Catholic Telegraph: We’re Changing With You Introducing The Catholic Telegraph Magazine

The Catholic Telegraph has a long history in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, and even more broadly as one of the first Catholic newspapers in the U.S. Interestingly, it was established in 1831 by Bishop Fenwick, only to be placed on a short break the following year amidst another pandemic: cholera

The August 2016 print edition of The Catholic Telegraph begins arriving in homes July 29 with a mix of news, features and commentary. The cover story features East meeting West. On July 1 His Beatitude Cardinal Mar Bechara Peter Cardinal Rai, Patriarch of the Maronite Catholic Church, celebrated the Divine

For this #ThrowbackThursday, we bring you the first announcement of a new pope in The Catholic Telegraph’s history. Pope Gregory XVI was elected in February of 1831, eight months before this newspaper’s first edition, making the conclave of 1846 the first to be covered in these pages. On this date, June 16,

This story was originally published June 4, 2015.  Staff Report  There was a time not so long ago where the amount of time it took between a newspaper story being written and it being published was several hours at a minimum. By contrast, this Throwback Thursday post was written and

A 12-page special section highlighting high school graduation and a five pages covering recent ordinations to the permanent diaconate are the primary features in the 44-page June 2016 print edition of The Catholic Telegraph. The newspaper should arrive in mailboxes beginning Friday, May 27. The graduation section begins on page

The Catholic Telegraph, official newspaper of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, has joined the popular social networking app Instagram as part of ongoing efforts to engage a younger, more diverse audience of Catholics. Users may connect with the newspaper’s newest account by searching the username the_catholic_telegraph within the app. Instagram was