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At Urban Artifacts in Northside, the old St. Patrick Church, the Franciscan’s celebrated with a brand new St. Anthony Quad Beer. For the original story, click here

Immaculate Heart of Mary 3rd Grade students completed a biography bottle project about famous African Americans to celebrate Black History Month. They turned out amazing!

Northside brewers brew wild yeast beer in former church, now pub By Gail Finke The long history of monks, friars, and beer will have a new incarnation this Lent. Urban Artifact, a Northside microbrewery that specializes in sour beers and beers brewed from wild yeast, debuts its new St. Anthony

It was Saturday Night Fever at Mercy High School with their Groovy Gala.

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!

WASHINGTON—The chairmen of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ (USCCB) Committees on Migration, Religious Liberty and International Justice and Peace, along with the board of Catholic Relief Services (CRS) issued a joint statement expressing solidarity with Christians and all those who suffer in the Middle East. The full statement follows:

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

Several Tuskagee Airman were in attendance at LaSalle's Military Appreciation Day. (Courtesy Photo)
On Monday, February 13, 6 La Salle alumni discussed their military experience with current Government and other social studies classes. The Q&A sessions were approximately 30 minutes and covered topics such as personal experiences in combat, transition between military and home life, and how their military experience affected their home

Elder Students Jeff Tuttle (left), Tyler Durr (Right). (Courtesy Photo)
Select juniors earn certificates of completion   PRICE HILL, CINCINNATI, OH – Elder High School juniors Jeff Tuttle and Tyler Durr attended the 5th annual Greater Cincinnati High School Leadership & Ethics Seminar on February 3rd. The seminar, sponsored by the West Point Society of Cincinnati, provides select sophomore and junior high