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LaSalle High School was featured on the pre-game show for Thursday Night Football on NBC. For Friday Night Lights in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati click here.

Archdiocese of Cincinnati  Students are heading back to the classroom for the 2017-2018 Academic Year. From the United States Catholic Conference of Bishops, a prayer for students: Lord our God, in your wisdom and love you surround us with the mysteries of the universe. Send your Spirit upon these students

Though we’re just about the halfway mark for our Archdiocese of Cincinnati Students summer break, they’ve been busy this summer.

Booth Row at the festival (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
On June 9th through June 11th there were 10 Festivals throughout the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. The CT Crew was out and about at 6 of them. Today our final 2 stops, St. Maximilian Kolbe in Liberty Township and Assumption in Mount Healthy.

The CT Crew was out and about over the June 9th – 11th weekend checking out the festivals on Big Ten Festival Weekend. The 4th stop was St. Helen’s Festival in Riverside, Southeast of Dayton.

Let's get this thing going (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
The CT Crew were out and about at 6 out of 10 festivals last weekend. The third stop was St. Christopher’s Festival north of Dayton.  

Let's get this to spin fast! (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
The CT Crew were out and about at 6 out of 10 festivals last weekend. The second stop was AngelsFest at Guardian Angels on Cincinnati’s Eastside.

Father Daughter time on the Elephant Ride. (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
The weekend of June 9th – 11th saw 10 Festivals in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. The CT Crew hit 6 of them. Our first stop was St. Gertrude Madeira.

In the first weekend of June it was Big Ten Festival Weekend. The CT headed out to grab some photos at Cincitalia sponsored by St. Catharine of Siena in Westwood, and St. Anthony of Padua Lebanese Festival Mahrajan! Check out The Catholic Telegraph’s comprehensive Festival Guide by clicking here St.

Deacon Dave Shea (Immaculate Heart of Mary) threw out the ceremonial first pitch for the Reds this week to mark his retirement from The Athenaeum of Ohio, where he taught for 15 years. His grandson Aiden McCracken was the ceremonial catcher and his grandson Liam McCracken got to say “Play