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
Staff Report In the wake of three undercover videos that have launched several state investigations into Planned Parenthood, more than 50 cities across the U.S. are hosting “Women Betrayed” rallies outside or near Planned Parenthood locations. Locally, Sacred Heart Radio’s Anna Mitchell will emcee a “Women Betrayed” rally outside of
Staff Report With Thanksgiving Day approaching, The Catholic Telegraph invited its followers on Facebook and Twitter to share what they’re thankful for using the hashtag #GratefulCatholicCincy. #GratefulCatholicCincy Tweets As soon as the invitation went out on Wednesday morning, the official Twitter account of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati (@CatholicCincy) began sharing
Staff Report More than 1,000 ordained and lay leaders from Archdiocese of Cincinnati parishes and schools have gathered at the Dayton Convention Center for Proclaim. The opening Mass and keynote speeches will be live streamed HERE and The Catholic Telegraph will be live-tweeting the event from onsite.
Staff Report Heeding the call to a New Evangelization, The Catholic Telegraph has been active on social media sites Facebook and Twitter for several years. On July 23, 2014 the newspaper’s official Twitter feed, @cathtelegraph, picked up its 6,000th follower.
By Catholic News Service LINCOLN, Neb. — Lincoln Bishop James D. Conley told Catholics in his diocese that just as he had hoped to do after his installation last November, he has traveled around the 23,800-square-mile diocese, “spending time with you and your families, getting to know you and your
I have a bit of a reputation for being a ‘social media’ priest. I post on Twitter (@FatherSchnippel) fairly frequently, and lurk through the pages of Facebook on a regular basis as well. (Confession: I still do not get Instagram.) Recently on Twitter, I saw this tweet from Christina Mead
By Carol Glatz Catholic News Service Pope Francis is the most influential world leader on Twitter, with the highest number of retweets worldwide. He also is the second most-followed leader of the world, running behind — albeit by a long stretch — U.S. President Barack Obama.
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph #CatholicCincy may soon be a trending topic on Twitter. Following in the footsteps of Pope Benedict XVI and Pope Francis, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati launched its official Twitter account on Wednesday, July 3.