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Walt Schaefer

by Walt Schaefer There’s a knack to turning the complexities of academic thought and making the intricacies of Church teaching understandable to the population in the pews. Archbishop Daniel E. Pilarczyk had it. His 15 books, his homilies, even his work post Vatican II translating the Latin Scriptures into English,

By Walt Schaefer For The Catholic Telegraph As Catholics await an encyclical from Pope Francis addressing ecology, the topic continues to be an item of heated discussion around the globe. As a prelude to the encyclical, Xavier University invited Cincinnati native Daniel J. Misleh, executive director of the Catholic Climate Covenant

By Walt Scaefer For The Catholic Telegraph  For the 175th anniversary of St. Philomena Parish, the oldest in Clermont County, Father Jerry Hiland wants to do more than remember its legacy. He wants to bring the legacy back to life. And, at a time of combining parishes into pastoral regions

By Walt Schaefer For The Catholic Telegraph “I remember crossing from Maripipi Island to Biliran Island with Filipino Archbishop Cipriano V. Urgel Hall when we got caught by a sudden storm that darned near sunk our little boat,” said Father Dan Kroger, current director of the Franciscan Media Center in