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Roger Bacon Students wear colors of their grade schools. (Courtesy Photo)
It’s Catholic Schools Week. Here’s some images from around the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.  

Months of preparation have paid off so far: Two Summit Country Day mock trial teams have advanced to the regional level, with one placing sixth overall out of 48 teams.

Catholic Central High School Springfield engineering students spent an afternoon building and testing solar cars at the Westcott Solar House in Springfield.

On January 26, 1978 a massive Blizzard hit the Ohio Valley. Here’s a collection of pictures from that event that closed down the Archdiocese for a day.

Mother of Mercy High School welcomed eighth graders to their Admission with Distinction Dinner on January 23, 2017.

Moeller Swim Team spent their morning at “Hands against Hunger”/A Child’s Hope International. 400 volunteers on hand made over 140,000 meals.

Vegetable Jambalaya by Leanne Brown. Serves 6. Cost per serving $0.65 $3.90 total. Writes Brown, “I don’t make the jambalaya exactly the way they do down South, but this vegetable-heavy version is faster and just as good.” Ingredients: 2 TB veg oil or butter 1 med onion, chopped 1 green

In the wake of the recent graffiti attack at Withrow High School in Cincinnati, Students from McNicholas Stand with the students of Withrow.

With Friday being Inauguration Day, This prayer, from the U.S. edition of the Book of Blessings (no. 1965), is an adaptation of the prayer for the Church and for civil authorities which was composed by Archbishop John Carroll for use on the occasion of the inauguration of George Washington in