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Mount Notre Dame High School held its Beautiful Lengths event on Friday, February 10th. A total of 124 girls participated in this event. This hair will be used to make free real-hair wigs for cancer patients across the United States who are going through hair loss. It takes 8-15 ponytails

The spirit Olympics took place at Badin High School and here is some of the action!

Each year McNicholas High School bring in the penny’s to help scholarships. This year they raised over $5,300.

By Luke Carey Podcasts. Podcasts seem to be everywhere now. According to the Pew Research Center, 21 percent of Americans 12 or older listened to a podcast in 2016. Compare that to 2013, when only 12 percent of Americans 12 or older listened to a podcast. In 2013, Apple estimated

Cincinnati Catholic School district
  Thursday February 23, 2017 Sts. Peter & Paul Academy 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. 231 Clark Rd., Reading 45215 http://www.sppacademy.org Map Thursday February 23, 2017 Incarnation School Preschool 4’s, Early 5’s, and Full Day Kindergarten Information Night 7:00 p.m. at the Parish Center 45 Williamsburg Ln., Centerville 45459 http://www.incarnation-school.com

Mass was held at University of Dayton’s Immaculate Conception Chapel

Officer Matthew Siry has issued an APB to all police nationwide. This All Points Bulletin alerts every member of the Thin Blue Line of an opportunity to order a free rosary and pray it. “I’m a park ranger for Great Parks of Hamilton County where I have served for 12

A day where students at Stephen Badin High School in Hamilton dressed in costume.

Some of the Archdiocese’s visitors and Honduran hosts pose like Rocky at a replica Mayan temple, after climbing dozens of steep steps (CT/Photo by Gail Finke)
Several Archdiocese of Cincinnati Staff headed to Honduras for the annual Our Lady of Suyapa Mass. Our Lady of Suyapa was honored in Honduras on February 2nd of each year, until Pope Pius XII officially declared Our Lady of Suyapa Patroness of the Republic of Honduras, and chose February 3rd

In 1935 with the encouragement of Archbishop John T. McNicholas, O.P., Revs. Leo Walsh and Charles Murphy began ministering to the African American community in the Lockland neighborhood, a suburb of Cincinnati. After a plea for financial assistance was placed in The Catholic Telegraph, an anonymous gift of $4000 made