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from The Catholic Telegraph
Archdiocese of Cincinnati Catholics prepare to celebrate canonizations
By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph Two Catholic schools in the archdiocese that bear the names of future saints will be celebrating the upcoming canonizations of Blessed John XXIII and J...Read more.
Holy Week Liturgies highlight beauty of the church
Staff Report Around the Archdiocese of Cincinnati various Holy Week Liturgies took place. The liturgies of Holy Week are among the most beautiful of the Liturgical Year. Here are a selection of photos...Read more.
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Teresian Carmelites in India dispatch first group of sisters to U.S.
By Navar Watson Catholic News Service WASHINGTON — A small group of Teresian Carmelites from India are quickly adjusting to their new life in the Diocese of Bismarck, N.D., helping out in the Cath...Read more.
USCCB releases resource guide on Girl Scouts for Catholic parishes
By Carol Zimmermann Catholic News Service WASHINGTON — Responding to concerns about Catholic involvement with Girl Scouts, a U.S. bishops’ committee released key points from its dialogue wit...Read more.
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Holy Fathers: Is being pope a shortcut to sainthood?
By Cindy Wooden Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — “They call me Holy Father and that is what I must be,” the future St. John XXIII wrote in his diary. A nun who worked in the papal ...Read more.
Pope honors Jesuit killed in Syria, pleads for end to violence
By Cindy Wooden Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis said the assassination of “my confrere,” a 75-year-old Dutch Jesuit in Syria, “filled me with deep sadness and m...Read more.
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