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Chaminade-Julienne High School Senior Volunteers with her Mother at Food for the Journey. Volunteers are like gold to a nonprofit agency. When they find one willing to take on the work that needs to be done, they’ve found a treasure. That would describe Maria Emmerich, 18, a senior at Chaminade

YOU ARE INVITED to volunteer for a 14-week, faith-based program that utilizes the principles of Restorative Justice to help incarcerated men and women change their future! The Bridges To Life Program: • Will begin at Warren and Dayton Correctional Institutes in August • Utilizes volunteer facilitators to guide participants through the

Are you ready for Christmas?” I dread that question. After all, who is ever really ready for the cooking, cleaning, packing, traveling, buying, wrapping and even fighting that fill up our typical preparations for the holidays? Not me. The good news is that Advent doesn’t have to be that way.

Each year a cast of thousands throughout the Archdiocese of Cincinnati work many long hours during Lent at their parish Fish Fry. Here’s a tribute to their hard work, and the joy of Fish Fry Fridays with family. Check out the video: For The Catholic Telegraph’s comprehensive Fish Fry Guide,

By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph When John Fink retired after more than 40 years as an educator and school/district administrator, he found himself facing an unexpected challenge: how to fill his free time in a meaningful way. “I was used to being constantly busy,” said Fink, and while

Wednesday, March 11, 2009 By Carmen M. Hubbard Life after a career in the corporate world is as busy as ever for John Wolfenden. The retiree turned full-time volunteer now recruits others like him for the Retired Seniors and Volunteers Program. “I think I contribute a lot to the program,”