Around the Diocese/Saint Philomena Deanery
Updated: January 26th, 2016
Sue Davis has been the face of Sacred Heart school for 37 years
BY CHERIE SPINO, Chronicle Writer
Tuesday, 26 January 2016
FREMONT—Sue Davis knows the Sacred Heart campus of Fremont Bishop Hoffman Catholic School inside and out. For almost four decades, Sue Davis has been the first face visitors see when they enter the school office at the Sacred Heart Campus of Fremont Bishop Hoffman Catholic Schools...
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Tuesday, 12 January 2016
FREMONT—On the occasion of its 175th anniversary, a history of Fremont St. Ann is being published. The committee working on the project is looking for any information people have to add to the parish archives. Whether it’s information ab...
CHERIE SPINO, Chronicle Writer
Saturday, 05 December 2015
FREMONT—When you find something that works why not pass it on? From left,  Wendi Paxson, Terri Giebel, Charla Spotts and Kathy Cochey — teachers at Fremont Bishop Hoffman Catholic School — study the catechism befor...
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Tuesday, 27 October 2015
FREMONT—Three Fremont Boy Scouts have achieved the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest honor in the scouting program. Daniel Hammer, Seth Curl and Michael Van Der Laar are members of Erie Shores Troop 339, sponsored by Fremont St. Ann under the leade...
TOM KONECNY, Special to the Chronicle
Sunday, 06 September 2015
FREMONT—After almost 140 years of continuous service to Fremont St. Joseph, the Sisters of Notre Dame have left the parish. Notre Dame Sister Mary Roseria Helmkamp, the last remaining sister at St. Joseph, is to relocate to her order’s yet-to-be...
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Monday, 06 July 2015
GENOA—“Emmaus Days,” an adult faith formation for catechists, teachers and all adults who want to grow in their faith, is being offered Aug. 5-6 at Genoa Our Lady of Lourdes. Topics covered in ...
ROSE ROCCISANO BARTO, Special to the Chronicle
Saturday, 04 April 2015
When Mary Dietz was a child, she was fascinated by nuns. Dressed in their habits and crucifixes, they stood out when Ms. Dietz and her family shopped in downtown Toledo. Why did they dress like that?...
CHARLES ALBERT, Special to the Chronicle
Wednesday, 04 March 2015
One thing you hear from the youth and from some adults is that “things aren’t fair.” Walt Feasel lost his right leg more than 71 years ago while fighting in France right after D-Day. Mr. Feasel...
JERRI DONOHUE, Special to the Chronicle
Friday, 05 December 2014
TIFFIN—It happened more than 70 years ago, but Bernadine Stetzel can pinpoint the exact moment she became interested in art. She was working on a picture in her seventh-grade class at Tiffin St. Ma...
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Tuesday, 09 September 2014
OAK HARBOR—EWTN radio and television host Ray Guarendi is giving a talk Sept. 29 at Oak Harbor St. Boniface, 215 N. Church St. Dr. Guarendi, known for his “The Doctor is In” and “Living Right...