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A golden monstrance sits on the altar at St. Christine Parish.

Ready, set, march!

In the February 2024 Issue of The Catholic Echo, Bishop Bonnar discusses the March of the Eucharist Adoration Calendar and how it ties to the season of Lent.

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Stack of silver coins.

Responsible Stewardship

Knowing how hard people work to earn a living, the Diocese of Youngstown works equally hard to assure parishioners that their donations to support the work of the Church are safeguarded, said Pat Kelly, chief financial officer for the diocese.

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The Annual Appeal in 2024

The Annual Diocesan Appeal will have the same goal and theme as last year, but it will get a slight revamp in the way funds are requested, according to Father John-Michael Lavelle.

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Dumplings, filled with cheese in bowl on wooden table.

Aniela’s Pierogies

This recipe was submitted by Tess Szenborn, a St. Columba Cathedral parishioner. Her mother-in-law, Sophie Szenborn, taught her to make pierogies, using a recipe from Aniela Tofil, her mother.

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A nurse, nun and businesswoman examine food.

From the Archives: 1965 Food Fair

The relationship between health and diet has long been recognized, so it is no surprise to find St. Joseph Riverside Hospital in Warren hosting a Food Fair in 1965. Seen here in a Catholic Exponent photo are (left to right) Ora Williams, dietitian at St. Joseph Hospital; Colleen Heberstroh, private consulting dietitian; and Holy Humility of Mary Sister Ann Joseph, director of dietetics at the hospital. 

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