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St. James the Greater Third graders in White Oak enjoyed some time with the University of Cincinnati Bearcat on the basketball court

Meet Samuel & his family of 12. They’re Congolese but have been living in a refugee camp since 2004. After a 24-hour flight, they arrived safely to Cincinnati today and enjoyed a hot meal of familiar food at Catholic Charities before heading to their new home. Thanks to the more

Badin High School students recently helped load the truck with more than 6,500 canned goods headed for St. Raphael’s food bank for the holiday season. Badin averaged more than 10 cans per student, with the sophomores leading the way with 2,048 canned goods donated. Assisting with the load effort were,

The La Salle Cheerleaders were privileged to work with the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati Cheerleaders. They will perform with the La Salle Cheerleaders at Halftime of an upcoming La Salle Basketball game and will be their 2nd performance at Bill Cady Court.

St. Columban School celebrated 90 years of education in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.  

A man holds a Rosary during the 10th Annual Cincinnati Rosary Crusade on Fountain Square Saturday, October 8, 2016. (CT Photo/E.L. Hubbard)
Hundreds gathered on Fountain Square for the annual Fatima Rosary Crusade. Below are scenes from rally:  

St. Francis Seraph Students (CT/Photo Gail Finke)
Students at St. Francis Seraph went Trick or Treat at the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Central Offices

St. I's parishioners at St. Peter in Chains Cathedral. (Courtesy Photo)
Parishioners from St. Ignatius Loyola made a pilgrimage to St. Peter in Chains Cathedral to the Holy Doors in this Year of Mercy. The Year of Mercy continues until November 20th. The Closing of the Doors in this Year of Mercy takes place Saturday,  November 19th at St. Peter in

In 1976 St. Teresa, Springfield, Junior High School Students held a mock election for the Presidential Election. CBS News sent a crew and covered the story. On November 2, 1976 Governor Jimmy Carter (D) of Georgia received 50.1% of the votes in the United States, defeating incumbent President Gerald R. Ford