Archdiocese of Cincinnati

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1:30 am
Mon November 3, 2014

A trove of Archdiocese of Cincinnati relics are moving to a new archive

Vestments of Bishop Fenwick made with brass thread.
WVXU - Ann Thompson

 

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Religion
2:44 pm
Tue October 28, 2014

Three local priests defrocked

The Vatican has removed three priests in the Cincinnati Archdiocese over allegations of improper conduct involving minors. 

Before Tuesday’s announcement, Thomas Kuhn had been on administrative leave since 2002. He was convicted of public indecency and providing alcohol to minors while serving as pastor of St. Henry’s Parish in Dayton. Kuhn served as the principal of Elder High School in the 80's. 

Thomas Feldhaus was suspended in 2003 after he was accused twice of touching a child. At the time, he was serving as an associate pastor in Mount Airy. 

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Religion
1:12 pm
Fri October 24, 2014

NPR story sparks Cincinnati Flash Mass on Sunday

Resurrection Church in Price Hill.
Credit Tana Weingartner / WVXU

All is quiet Friday in the sanctuary at Resurrection Catholic Church in Price Hill. But come Sunday morning at 11, staff at the parish school hope the pews will be filled to the max.

They're calling it a "Flash Mass."

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Catholic
6:30 am
Wed October 15, 2014

Centuries old Catholic relics unboxed

Vestments of Bishop Fenwick made with Brass thread.
Ann Thompson WVXU

Boxes and boxes of history, owned by the Cincinnati Archdiocese  and not seen in decades, will be available for viewing  in a renovated light, humidity and temperature-controlled building in January.

The records and artifacts, dating back to the founding of what was then the Diocese of Cincinnati in 1821, will be open to the public at 25 East 8th Street upon completion of a 164-year old building, once owned by the Literary Club of Cincinnati.

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Cincinnati Archdiocese
4:35 pm
Mon May 12, 2014

Catholic teacher contract won't be changed

There won’t be any changes to the Cincinnati Archdiocese teacher contract that has come under fire in recent weeks from groups who say it is anti-gay.

The contract now includes a clause prohibiting employees from publicly supporting causes that run counter to Catholic teachings.

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