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Thousands of Ohioans tell Congress to protect young immigrants Print E-mail
Friday, 12 January 2018 15:04

COLUMBUS – The Catholic dioceses of Ohio, in collaboration with other faith-based and advocacy groups, last month wrapped up an advocacy effort in support of young immigrants with 15,000 letters of support.

JFK students and Trumbull parishioners named for “Twenty Under 20” honors Print E-mail
Friday, 12 January 2018 15:02

WARREN – Three John F. Kennedy (JFK) Catholic School seniors and one other Trumbull parishioner were recently honored in the Warren Tribune Chronicle’s “Twenty Under 20” selections.

Here’s what happened in the diocese in 2017 Print E-mail
Friday, 29 December 2017 14:46

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following year-end roundup of diocesan news stories was compiled by Annetta Sweetko, production director. Some of the events listed under a specific month may have actually been held earlier but due to printer deadlines were placed in the following issue.


Catholic Schools Week is celebrated with various activities in the schools throughout the diocese. – Massillon St. Mary Parish reopens with a blessing by Bishop George V. Murry, 16 months after fire damaged the church building. – The annual Mass for Life is celebrated at Youngstown  St. Columba Cathedral and North Canton St. Paul Parish with Bishop Murry. – Michael Roberts is named the new communication director for The Living Bread Radio. – Brother of Christian Instruction Francis Blouin, the third president of Walsh University, North Canton, dies of Lou Gehrig’s disease at the age of 87. – First Friday Club welcomes Bishop Murry who speaks on North American Church history. – Many parishioners representing the diocese attended the March for Life in Washington D.C.


Last Updated on Thursday, 21 December 2017 15:20
Why we send our kids to Catholic school Print E-mail
Written by Louise McNulty, Special to the Exponent   
Friday, 12 January 2018 15:00

They live in different counties, belong to different parishes and their children range in age from third- to twelfth-graders. Yet Diane and Jeff Harwood, Melissa and Dan Rowland, and Jeena and Michael Anness have one big thing in common. They have chosen to send their children to Catholic schools and are more than happy to tell you why.

Catholic Charities calls for support to ‘Keep the Kids Warm’ Print E-mail
Written by Nikole Kelley   
Friday, 29 December 2017 14:43

Susan, a single mom with three young children, came to Catholic Charities with a gas bill in disconnect status.  She had recently been laid off due to downsizing in her company and was without a job for the first time in her adult life. Using funds from “Keep the Kids Warm,” Catholic Charities was able to help with Susan’s gas bill. Other funds were accessed to help her with rent. Since receiving assistance, Susan has resumed classes at a local university so that she can get the education necessary to secure a higher paying job in her field. She is now stably housed, receiving financial support from family as well as financial aid for her education.


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