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Kettering Alter High School GCL North Champions
Here’s a few Champions or teams that have advanced as the winter sports season comes to a conclusion.

A group of Archbishop McNicholas High School seniors returned from the spring Appalachia trip to Grainger County, Tennessee, site of the Glenmary Home Missioners Group Volunteer Program (http://www.glenmary.org/volunteer/), after a week of service and community-building.

The Rite of Election closes the Period of the Catechumenate. This rite was held at Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church in Dayton, and St. Peter in Chains Cathedral on Sunday, March 5, 2017. At this rite, upon the testimony of sponsors and catechists and the catechumens’ affirmation of

Tom Raabe has been passing the collection basket for 40 years at St. Rose Church in the East End. There have been several times when “a young couple will come in and they’ll say this is the place. This is the church we have to get married in. That’s happened

By Father David Endres Q: In Genesis 3, it is recorded that Adam and Eve ate from the tree of which God forbid them to eat from, but Eve ate first, inviting Adam to do the same. What if Eve was the only one to eat the fruit – the

Mother of Mercy High School is sponsored by the Religious Sisters of Mercy, a religious community founded in 1831 in Dublin, Ireland. The Sisters from their earliest days were dedicated to the education of young women and to the needs of the sick and the poor. At this time, Mother

New school will be called Mercy McAuley High Beginning in fall 2018, Cincinnati’s young women will be served by a new Catholic, Mercy high school that will be called Mercy McAuley High. Blending 160 years of excellence at Mother of Mercy High School and at McAuley High School, the new

All three 40 Days for Life Campaigns in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati began this week on Ash Wednesday, and two held kickoff rallies Sunday afternoon.

Eight Badin High School students earned awards Saturday evening at the opening of the Middletown Art Center’s annual “Tomorrow’s Artists Today” exhibition/competition, which runs through late March. “These are some amazing pieces of art from our students and we are thrilled at their success,” Badin art teacher Sarah Daniels said.

Penitents wait in line for confession March 18 at St. Antoninus during The Light is ON For You. (CT Photo/John Stegeman)
By Gail Finke Maybe it’s been a few months. Maybe it’s been a few years. The Archdiocese of Cincinnati invites you to the sacrament of reconciliation, especially on Tuesday, March 14th from 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. For the fourth year in a row, all parishes or pastoral regions will