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Evendale- With a unanimous vote from the Board of Limited Jurisdiction at St. Rita School for the Deaf, Archbishop Dennis Schnurr announces that Sr. Marianne Van Vurst, SC will be the new President of the St. Rita School effective immediately.  Sr. Marianne was appointed the interim director for the 2016-2017

By Gail Finke Those who missed it – and that includes nearly everyone in the tristate – are in luck. The presentations from the Thomas More College Institute for Religious Liberty symposium last weekend will be available to watch on the college’s website in March. The two-day even was Institute’s

The Catholic Ministries Appeal (CMA) is an effort each February and March by the Archdiocese of Cincinnati to support critical regional needs — through hospital, prison, and campus ministries as well as Catholic charities and social services. The CMA also benefits evangelization programs, retired priests, and education of seminarians, deacons,

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

Kristi Phillips has been selected to lead CISE (Catholic Inner-city Schools Education Fund). Ms. Phillips believes it is our responsibility to serve the most vulnerable children, a value instilled in her at McAuley High School 20 years ago while she was doing school service work at Our Daily Bread in

The Catholic Social Action Office met with Senator Portman’s staff regarding the current refugee crisis. Connie, of the Senator’s staff, listened to the message and facts were presented by the delegation organized by the Catholic Social Action Office. Regarding the impact of the administration’s recent executive order on refugee resettlement

Iconic Gothic church finishes year-long celebration of building’s history By Erin Queenan Schurenberg The story begins like a legend. In 1906, a young priest, Father Anthony Mentink, arrived at St. Patrick in Troy on the saint’s feast day for a temporary assignment. He stayed 52 years working until the end,

La Salle High School has announced that Pat McLaughlin has accepted the position of head football coach. McLaughlin, who is the President of the Southwest Ohio Football Coaches Association (SWOFCA), comes to La Salle after spending 2016 as the head coach at Princeton High School where he led the Vikings

Brian Brockhoff (second from left) and family. (Courtesy Photo)
Catholic Inner-City Schools Education Fund (CISE) awarded two Faith in Education Awards for 2016, one to the Cincinnati International Wine Festival, and the other to Brian Brockhoff. Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr made the presentations at the annual CISE Campaign kick-off celebration at Great American Ball Park. The award is presented