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									         August 1, 2012


                                                    New face at Cristo Rey
                                                                                           Chynna A. Stubbs has been named admissions
                                                                                        coordinator at DePaul Cristo Rey High School. In
                                                                                        this role, Stubbs will assist the director of
                                                                                        enrollment with efforts to recruit students and
E-pistle                                                                                increase community awareness of this new high
                                                                                        school option in Greater Cincinnati.
                         A                                                                Stubbs is a recent graduate of Xavier University
                         NEWSLETTER
                                                                                        and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology.
                         FOR THE
                         ARCHDIOCESE
                                                                                        While at Xavier she served as president of the
                         OF                                                             National Pan-Hellenic Council and of the Rho Xi
                         CINCINNATI                                                     Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

                                                                                          She was also a member of the Black Student
                                                                                        Association, Ladies with an Emphasis on
                                                                                        Achievement and Distinction, and the Xavier
                                                    Chynna A. Stubbs
                                                                                        Please see page 4




                                                    Tyler
Imfeld
at
Smithsonian
Ins3tu3on
lab
in
Washington,
DC.

                                                    Local man interns at Smithsonian
                                                       Tyler Imfeld of Mason, a senior in        DC a few days prior to beginning the
                                                    biology with minors in environmental         program and lives in an on-campus
            E-pistle                                studies and German at Xavier                 apartment at George Washington
                                                    University, is interning in the lab of the   University. He will return to Cincinnati
       A DIGITAL   Published each Wednesday by      Department of Mineral Sciences at the        in early August to prepare for his senior
 NEWSLETTER FOR
THE ARCHDIOCESE
                   The Catholic Telegraph and the
                   Office of Communications at      Smithsonian Institution in Washington,       year.
  OF CINCINNATI    Cincinnati, Ohio.                DC.                                              To his knowledge, he is the first
Publisher - Most Rev. Dennis M. Schnurr               Tyler is the son of Stephen and Mary       Xavier student to have an internship at
Editor - Stephen A. Trosley                         Imfeld and graduated from Mason High         the National Museum of Natural
Director of Communications                          School in 2009.                              History. He is one of four in the
Dan Andriacco                                          He found the 10-week internship at        Department of Mineral Sciences and
Send submissions to                                 the suggestion of one of his Xavier          one of 18 spread throughout the
strosley@catholiccincinnati.org and
dandriacco@catholiccincinnati.org                   professors who suggested he apply for        museum as part of the Natural History
                                                    summer REUs (research experiences            Research Experience (NHRE). Interns
                                                    for undergraduates). Tyler arrived in        in the program come from all over the
        Our Catholic World




Company awarded temporary injunction
against HHS contraceptives mandate
   DENVER (CNS) — A Colorado                      preventive care coverage mandate,”          “We never imagined the federal
firm owned by a Catholic family                   the judge wrote. “This injunction is,    government would order our family
won a temporary injunction July 27                however, premised upon the alleged       business to provide insurance for
against enforcement of the                        substantial burden on plaintiffs’ free   drugs we object to covering,” said
Department of Health and Human                    exercise of religion — not to any        Andrew Newland, vice president of
Services’ contraceptive mandate.                  alleged burden on any other party’s      Hercules Industries, at a news
                                                  free exercise of religion.               conference shortly before the
   Senior Judge John L. Kane Jr. of                                                        injunction was granted.
the U.S. District Court for the                     “It does not enjoin enforcement of
District of Colorado said the HHS                 the preventive care coverage                “The whole premise that family
requirement that employers provide                mandate against any other party,” he     businesses are prevented from
contraceptives, including some                    added.                                   bringing morals and principles into
abortion-inducing drugs, and                 Type to enter text                            business is such a dangerous slope
sterilizations free of charge to their             The ruling marked the first positive    to start going down,” he added.
employees, even if they have                      outcome in the nearly two dozen          “The question becomes, what
objections based on their religious               lawsuits brought by Catholic             ethical and moral principles do you
beliefs, has potential for violating              dioceses, religious organizations and    use to run your business? We’ll end
the family’s religious freedom.                   employers against the HHS                up with businesses operating with
                                                  contraceptive mandate, which takes       no ethical or moral principles at all.”
  H e s a i d t h e g o v e r n m e n t ’s        effect Aug. 1 for health insurance
arguments in favor of the                         plans that are not grandfathered.          “Every American, including family
contraceptive mandate “are                                                                 business owners, should be free to
countered, and indeed outweighed,                    Federal judges in the District of     live and do business according to
by the public interest in the free                Columbia and Lincoln, Neb., have         their faith. For the time being,
exercise of religion.”                            dismissed similar suits filed by         Hercules Industries will be able to
                                                  Belmont Abbey College in North           do just that,” said Matt Bowman,
    But Kane emphasized that his                  Carolina and the attorneys general       legal counsel for the family.
ruling only applied to the case                   of seven states, respectively, saying
brought by five members of the                    that the plaintiffs had not proven           “The cost of freedom for this
Newland family and the company                    that they would be harmed by the         family could be millions of dollars
they own, Hercules Industries, a                  mandate.                                 per year in fines that will cripple
manufacturer of heating and air-                                                           their business if the Obama
conditioning equipment that has 265                The Obama administration granted        administration ultimately has its
full-time employees in Colorado.                  a one-year “temporary enforcement        way,” Bowman added. “This lawsuit
                                                  safe harbor” to religious                seeks to ensure that Washington
  “The government’s arguments are                 organizations that do not qualify for    bureaucrats cannot force families to
largely premised upon a fear that                 a religious exemption under the          abandon their faith just to earn a
granting an exemption to plaintiffs               administration’s four-pronged test.      living. Americans don’t want
will necessarily require granting                 The test requires exempt                 politicians and bureaucrats deciding
similar injunction to all other for-              organizations to serve and hire only     what faith is, who the faithful are,
profit, secular corporations voicing              members of their own faith, among        and where and how that faith may
religious objections to the                       other things.                            be lived out.”



  Senior Judge John L. Kane Jr. U.S. District Court, State of Colorado said
the government’s arguments in favor of the contraceptive mandate “are
countered, and indeed outweighed, by the public interest in the free
exercise of religion.”


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             Around the Archdiocese


    Theology on Tap, the popular series of
talks and discussions designed for young
adults, will be held at Champps in West                     Pilgrim statue makes stop at St. Aloysius
Chester from 7 to 9 p.m. on the
Wednesdays of August. Each session                            Members of the community are invited to join parishioners of St. Aloysius
begins with a social time at 7 p.m.,                        Gonzaga in Bridgetown on Aug. 21, for a special Mass and activities
followed by a speaker from 7:30 to 8:15                     surrounding the visiting Our Lady of Fatima Statue.
                                                              This International Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Our Lady of Fatima has
p.m. After a brief break, a Q & A session
                                                            traveled around the world since 1947 to bring the presence of Mary and her
concludes the evening from 8:30 to 9 p.m.
                                                            message to people across the globe. The St. Al’s visit will begin with 8:00
On Aug. 8, Sr. Nicole Trahan will present
                                                            a.m. Mass, followed by a presentation about the statue’s history and
“The Other Half of Prayer.” Deacon Jerry
                                                            meaning by Carl and Rose Marie Malbury. There will be a rosary and litany
Barney will present “Reaching God
                                                            following the presentation, and private prayer until Noon.
Through Others” on Aug. 15 and Fr. Kyle
Schnippel will present “Kicking It Old
School” on Aug. 22. Next month╒s series
will conclude with “Pray Without
                                                           Jeanne Hunt, a popular retreat             You are invited to a small faith group
Ceasing,” presented by Jen & Chip
                                                         speaker, writer for the Catholic            experience focusing on healing
Williamson on Aug. 29. Come once or
                                                         Telegraph, and author, will speak in        personal, relational, and institutional
come every time.
                                                         the undercroft at St. Susanna Church        wounds through forgiveness and
                                                         in Mason from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.            r e c o n c i l i a t i o n . T h e Wa y o f
  Rick and Janet Reder will discuss the
                                                         Saturday, Aug. 11, on “40 Ways to           Forgiveness, sponsored by the Sisters
golden value and sacredness of marriage,
                                                         Raise a Moral Child.” There is no cost      of Charity Spirituality Center, is an
the glowing skills that show “the light of
                                                         and all are welcome. Child care is not      eight-week program which begins
Christ” to the world, and the growing ways
                                                         being provided.                             Aug. 14 and meets every other
to refresh and revitalize married life at
                                                                                                     Tuesday through Nov. 20, from 7 to 9
“Golden, Glowing & Growing: A Married
                                                          The Office of Youth and Young Adult        p.m. Space is limited and reservations
Couples Retreat,” Aug. 3-5 at the Jesuit
                                                         Ministry and the Family and Respect         must be made by Aug. 1. For more
Spiritual Center in Milford. For more
                                                         Life Office will co-sponsor a Catholic      information,                                    visit
i n f o r m a t i o n , o r t o r e g i s t e r, c a l l
                                                         Young Adult Barbecue from 11 a.m. to        www.srcharitycinti.org/spirit.htm
513-248-3500, ext. 10, or visit
                                                         2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 11, at St. Teresa     < h t t p : / / w w w. s r c h a r i t y c i n t i . o rg /
www.jesuitspiritualcenter.com <http://
                                                         Church in Covington, Ohio. It’s a great     spirit.htm> or call 513-347-5449.
www.jesuitspiritualcenter.com/> .
                                                         opportunity to gather many of the
                                                         young people of the Archdiocese, and           On Aug. 25, the Athenaeum of
 John Dolibois will be the guest speaker for
                                                         also to promote other future events and     Ohio╘s Lay Pastoral Ministry
the First Saturday observance on Aug. 4 at
                                                         programs for young adults in their          Program will offer a day of formation
Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center in
                                                         local         areas.        Contact         centered on the Apostolic Letter, Porta
Norwood. He will talk about how to Let
                                                         jdanis@catholiccincinnati.org for more      Fidei, which calls the faithful to
Your Faith Guide You as it did him as a
                                                         information.                                observe a year of Faith in 2012-2013.
soldier, war crimes investigator, vice
                                                                                                     The day will include a keynote address
president at Miami University in Oxford,
                                                          You are invited to join hundreds of        by the Athenaeum Dean, Fr. Earl K.
and ambassador to Luxembourg. Rosary of
                                                         other Catholic and Christian people for     Fernandes, and the opportunity to
the Unborn begins at 9 a.m., Mass at 9:30
                                                         the annual Festival of Faith, Aug.          attend two workshops led by
a.m., and the talk following.
                                                         13-15, featuring Jeanne Hunt, Fr.           Athenaeum faculty. These workshops,
                                                         Norm Langnbrunner, and the African-         on the topics of Eucharistic
  The Fatima USA 2012 event will take
                                                         American Catholic Ministries Gospel         Spirituality, Vatican II, Mary, the
place at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 10, at the
                                                         Choir. The festival is held under a         Catechism, Personal Testimony, and
Spiritual Center of Maria Stein. Celebrant
                                                         large tent on the grounds of the Jesuit     Faith/Reason, will offer insights,
for the outdoor Mass is Bishop Joseph
                                                         Spiritual Center at Milford.                inspiration and practical ways to help
Binzer. Other activities will include a
                                                         Hamburgers and hot dogs will be             Catholics grow in faith during the Year
Living Rosary and a candlelight
                                                         served from 4:30 to 7 p.m., with the        of Faith. The event runs from 9:30
procession. Please bring lawn chairs and a
                                                         festival beginning immediately              a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Athenaeum╒s
flashlight.
                                                         afterward.                                  Bartlett Center, 6616 Beechmont
                                                         There will be prayer, praise, great         Avenue, Cincinnati. The $50 fee
 You are invited to join the Franciscan Poor
                                                         singing, scripture, and passionate          includes a continental breakfast, lunch,
Clare Sisters on Aug. 11 to celebrate 800
                                                         preaching. The festival ends each           and materials. Pre-registration is
years of Poor Clares with a Mass at St.
                                                         evening by 9 p.m. This event is open        required. Call 513-231-1200 or email
Clement Church, 4536 Vine Street, St.
                                                         to everyone. There is no admission          ltucker@athenaeum.edu.
Bernard. A reception will follow at St.
                                                         cost. A free-will offering will be
Clement School cafeteria.
                                                         collected at intermission.

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From The Front Page
University Gospel Choir. She brings          to address the socioeconomic                begins in August for DPCR ninth and
to her new position significant              disparity within our society. I look        tenth graders; the school will add a
experience as a volunteer with a             forward to reaching out to prospective      grade each year growing into a full,
diverse range of Greater Cincinnati          students and families who will most         four-year high school by 2014.
nonprofit organizations.                     benefit from this new educational           DePaul Cristo Rey is sponsored by the
                                             option in Greater Cincinnati,” says         Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati and is
  “I first learned about DePaul Cristo       Stubbs.                                     one of 25 schools in the nationwide
Rey while participating in a college                                                     Cristo Rey Network which serves
service project. I was immediately             DePaul Cristo Rey is an affordable,       6,900 urban young people who live in
impressed with the emphasis on               Catholic, college-preparatory high          communities with limited education
academic success deeply rooted in the        school for underserved students in          options. Most of the students qualify
context of faith as well as how the          Greater Cincinnati and Northern             for the Federal Free or Reduced
Cristo Rey model of education seeks          Kentucky. The 2012-13 academic year         Lunch Program.




          From left, NCEA President, Dr. Karen Ristau,
      Robert Conway.  Front from left, Father Benedict
         O’Cinnsealaigh, Rector of The Athenaeum of
        Ohio, Chatfield College President John Tafaro.




  Seton Award
  to be awarded
  Robert Conway
     Robert A. Conway, noted Cincinnati businessman and           Support from the Conway Foundation also helps fund
   philanthropist, will receive the prestigious St. Elizabeth     Chatfield’s Campus Ministry program. As life-long
   Ann Seton Award from the National Catholic Education           benefactors of The Legacy Campaign at The Athenaeum
   Association (NCEA) October 1 in Washington D.C.                of Ohio, the Conways endowed the Chair for Biblical
      The Elizabeth Ann Seton Award is named after St.            Studies.
   Elizabeth Ann Seton in recognition of her lifelong                The Conway Foundation, founded in 1986, has also
   dedication to teaching. This award is presented annually       helped support The Archdiocese of Cincinnati, Xavier
   to exemplary individuals whose support and service             University, the College of Mt. St. Joseph, Catholic Inner
   impacts Catholic education.                                    –City Schools, the Ursulines of Brown County, Ursuline
     Chatfield College joined with The Athenaeum of Ohio/         Educational Services, Ursuline Academy, the Sisters of
   Mount St. Mary’s Seminary to nominate Conway for the           Charity, the Ursulines of Cincinnati, the Sisters of Notre
   award. Conway and his late wife, Ruth have been                Dame de Namur, DePaul Cristo Rey High School,
   generous benefactors of Chatfield College and to               Purcell Marian High School, Seton High School,
   Catholic schools and institutions throughout Greater           McAuley High School, Mother of Mercy High School,
   Cincinnati for over 50 years. Through The Ruth J. and          St. Xavier High School, Mercy Montessori High School,
   Robert A. Conway foundation, the Conways helped                Boys/Girls Hope, Catholic Health Partners, and an
   support the construction of the Mongan Academic                endowed chair in Catholic Studies at the University of
   Building, where a classroom is named in their honor.           Cincinnati to promote scholarly research.

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