Tag Archives: Ohio

Local Catholics have mixed opinions about the idea of married priests

[C13]MARRIED PRIESTS-INTRO Last month — First News told you how the Catholic faith is experiencing a shortage in men wanting to become priests… To fill that shortage — Pope Francis says he’s open to the idea of married men becoming priests… 27 First News reporter Christina Mullen stopped at a couple of local catholic churches… Read More »

New allegations of sexual abuse against clergy

DARLENE: THERE ARE NEW ALLEGATIONS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT INVOLVING CLERGY MEMBERS WHO WORKED IN OHIO AT SOME POINT – AND ONE IS A NUN. SNAP – THE SURVIVORS NETWORK OF THOSE ABUSED BY PRIESTS– MADE THE ANNOUNCEMENT TODAY. DARLENE: STUART CAMPBELL WAS ACUSED OF SEX ABUSE IN 2003 – AND WORKED AT ST THOMAS AQUINAS… Read More »

Area Catholic church leaders struggle to reach younger people and families

First News looked deeper into the situation today of church changes. Yesterday we told you that the future of the Catholic Diocese in Youngstown could mean fewer priests, and smaller congregations. Today we learned how they’re trying to get more people to church. One of those is using social media. Here’s 27 First News Senior… Read More »

Protecting Religious Liberty, Catholic School Files Lawsuit Against Ohio | Fox News Interview

Shannon. Lauren Green, thank you very much. Well a Catholic college prep school is suing in Ohio City saying an ordinance passed by the City Council puts the school in jeopardy of going out of business. Supporters of the ordinance say it’s about protecting the LGBT community. Joining me now, the lead attorney representing the… Read More »

Catholic community to hold rally against controversial teacher contract

THE CATHOLIC TEACHER CONTRACT CONTROVERSY IS HEATING UP. A VETERAN HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER REFUSING TO SIGN IT ….AFTER 45 YEARS AT A LOCAL SCHOOL. HIS FORMER STUDENTS ARE RALLYING BEHIND HIM…DEMANDING THE ARCHDIOCESE LISTEN. WLWT NEWS FIVE’S TAMMY MUTASA… HAS THE NEW DEVELOPMENTS … TAMMY? I SPOKE TO DICK HAGUE AND HE DECLINED AN ON-CAMERA… Read More »

PBS NewsHour full episode August 8, 2019

NICK SCHIFRIN: Good evening. I’m Nick Schifrin. Judy Woodruff is away. On the “NewsHour” tonight: a dire warning from the United Nations. Climate change threatens a food and water crisis around the world. Then: a massive raid. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers arrest more than 600 undocumented migrants at food processing plants across Mississippi. Plus:… Read More »

Community service and compassion keystones of new Columbus Police changes

BETTER POLICING AND A BETTER RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN POLICE OFFICERS AND PEOPLE LIVING IN THE COMMUNITIES… THOSE ARE JUST SOME OF THE BIG CHANGES FOR COLUMBUS POLICE….ANNOUNCED EARLY THIS MORNING. DARLENE: THE INTERIM POLICE CHIEF MADE THAT ANNOUNCEMENT… NBC4’S TED HART WAS THERE—HE’S LIVE AT THE POLICE ACADEMY WITH MORE. TED: ITS A RESTRUCTURING OF THE… Read More »

Sports items from fraud ring to be donated to local charities

“SO WE WERE ABLE TO DESTROY THE SIGNATURES ON THIS PARTICULAR PROPERTY—-BUT WE’RE NOT GOING TO THROW IT AWAY.” 4 years in the making–finally– we see the merchandise that was confiscated in the local sports memorbilia fraud case. For months..police and F-B-I agents in the area have held onto thousands of N- F-L jerseys..major league… Read More »