Sandusky Central Catholic receives $1 million gift

Sandusky Central Catholic receives $1 million gift

Dick and Judy Kinzel gave $1 million to Sandusky Central Catholic School, the single largest gift in the school's history.

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Living in chastity requires commitment, support

Living in chastity requires commitment, support

Peter Range hopes he can help inspire at least 500 young people to commit to chastity.

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March for Life

March for Life

Marchers gearing up for events in Washington, D.C., and locally.

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Year of Consecrated Life

Year of Consecrated Life

Learn more about the Year of Consecrated Life.

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Is sharing myself really enough?

Is sharing myself really enough?

Chronicle writer Cherie Spino shares her experience of service to the homeless.

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St. Joan of Arc students collect canned goods
Angela Kessler
Friday, 27 February 2015
In celebration of Catholic Schools Week, Toledo St. Joan of Arc Catholic School students conducted a canned good collection. With nearly 100 percent participation, the students collected more than 500 canned and nonperishable goods in just one day.  The food was donated the Toledo Our Lady of Lourdes food bank. “Service is an important part of our school community and every student wanted to do their part,” says Maureen Truffin, St. Joan of Arc fourth-grade teacher and collection organizer. (Photo courtesy of Toledo St. Joan of Arc School)
JOHN MULDERIG, Catholic News Service
Friday, 27 February 2015
NEW YORK (CNS)—Kevin Costner turns in a restrained yet compelling performance as the central figure in the fact-based sports drama "McFarland, USA" (Disney). As for the story unfolding around him, faith- and family-friendly values — together wit...
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Thursday, 26 February 2015
Maumee St. Joseph School students recently participated in the annual Mission Fair, a day of carnival-style games, prizes, food and even a "jail," to raise money for The Aurora House in Toledo. Students and faculty presented the Aurora House with...
DENNIS SADOWSKI Catholic News Service
Thursday, 26 February 2015
WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Catholic organizations welcomed President Barack Obama's Feb. 24 veto of a bill approving an oil pipeline through the country's midsection, saying that it allows more opportunity to consider moral questions about the environment a...
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Wednesday, 25 February 2015
Pope Francis invites Catholics in the Diocese of Toledo and across the world to share their thoughts on marriage and the family in a survey to be used as a basis for discussion at the October synod of bishops focusing on “The Vocation and Mission o...

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2014 Year in Review

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