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For La Salle's Football Team, it's Mind, Body, and Spirit by immersing in a day of conditioning and reflecting on the Stations of the Cross (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
Tonight and throughout Lent, many have and will participate in the Stations of the Cross throughout the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. The stations grew out of pilgrims travelling to Jerusalem and walking the Via Dolorosa to Calvary. On March 15, La Salle High School football players continued that tradition in a

Villanova Wildcats (Roman Catholic Augustinian University in Philadelphia PA) 2018 NCAAM Basketball Champions NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship Game #1 Villanova Wildcats (Roman Catholic Augustinian University in Philadelphia PA) 79 vs. #3 Michigan Wolverines 62 Monday April 2nd at 9:20 p.m. in San Antonio FINAL FOUR #11 Loyola  Chicago Ramblers (Jesuit

Students pray at DePaul Cristo Rey victims of gun violence and Purcell Marian student Gregory Thompson. (Courtesy Photo)
Students in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati participated in National Walkout Day to pray for the victims and to an end of gun violence.

Students in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati are uniting their voices in prayer for today’s National School Walk Out Day. Today’s picture’s at Lehman High School in Sidney Ohio.

Old St. Mary’s Church gives the neighborhood’s annual Bockfest some needed gravitas. An irreverent celebration of craft beer and German heritage, the festival gives more than a nod to the neighborhood’s past as a German Catholic enclave, as well as to the ongoing presence of Franciscan friars. But as the country’s only

Brent Celek walked the hallowed halls of La Salle High School 15 years ago. He went to grade school at St. Bernard Taylor’s Creek, and in 1999 began his career at La Salle. After a stellar 4 years as a Lancer, he racked up awards as first-team all district his

We’re halfway through Lent this Sunday, which is known as Laetare Sunday or Rejoice! The THREE things about this Sunday is in this video

The new face of slavery in Ohio Part 2 Part two of a series on a pressing issue for our region, and on the Catholic response to it. By Walt Schaefer They pour across our southern borders from Mexico and Central and South America. They come from India and Pakistan

Pilgrims from many places ascend to the summit at Holy Cross Immaculata. (Greg Hartman/CT Photo)
This month’s Bucket List takes you to three places during Holy Week, for Palm Sunday, Holy Week Tuesday, and Good Friday, all of them traditions for more than a century: Pray the steps at Mount Adams – 175+ years Palm Sunday dinner at Sacred Heart Church – 100+ years Cathedral

St I's 5th Grade Math enrichment Maya Destazio, Kyle Goertemoeller, Andrew Voelkerding, Olive Hines, Nicholas Meyer, Jack Staarman, Colin Birck, Vincent Foote, John Paul Gray (Courtesy Photo)
St Ignatius Loyola School: Fifth grade students in Mrs. Amy Gillespie’s Math Enrichment class constructed a St. Ignatius themed mosaic, and in honor of the winter Olympics, one of the students came up with the idea of creating the American flag. They solved fifty-two 3X3 cubes to construct this patriotic