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Catholic Inner-City School Education Fund

by Eileen Connelly, OSU When it’s an undeniably worthy cause that transforms the lives of urban children by providing them access to a strong Catholic education, people want to support it. That’s how Ted Torbeck, who cochaired the 2019 Catholic Inner-City Schools (CISE) campaign, along with his wife, Peggy, account

The Catholic Spelunker by Dominick Albano The most important party you can go to this month CISE is throwing a party on Saturday, March 7, at Rhinegeist Brewery! It’s food, drinks and prizes for a good cause. CISE’s mission, which the party supports, is to provide a Catholic education to

Halsey Mabry, principal of St. Francis Seraph School in Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine.
By Joe Bride Folks who live and work in Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood know school is in full blast when they spot the six-foot, seven-inch frame of Halsey Mabry roaming the neighborhood streets. It is something he has been doing for years. Mabry is the principal of St. Francis Seraph School

by Joe Bride A dynamic new partnership between the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, Catholic Inner-City, Schools Education Fund (CISE) and Seton Education Partners will ensure the continued operation of Resurrection School in Price Hill. While Resurrection has been a CISE supported school for just under 200 students, the changing nature of

by Eileen Connelly, OSU When Susan and Joseph Pichler relocated to Cincinnati for his work with the Kroger Corporation in 1987, they quickly became involved in supporting the Catholic school that Joe had a view from his downtown office window. That school was St. Francis Seraph, and it was the

A week before he passed away in late June, Peter Bushelman made a very special request: that the Friends of CISE (Catholic Inner-City Schools Education Fund) Raffle he chaired for 37 years would continue. Held each December, the raffle raises more than $120,000 annually to help transform the lives of

Later this month, more than 40,000 students will begin a new school year at the 110 Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. That simply could not happen without the generous support of thousands of people. Most obviously, many parents must sacrifice to pay for their children’s tuition because they

Sheila McCown and student Aaron Cosby talk during the CISE Campaign Kick-off brunch at St. Boniface School in Cincinnati Monday, May 6, 2019. (CT Photo/E.L. Hubbard)
by Steve Trosley The 2,400 students attending archdiocesan inner city schools will be making new friends this fall, if plans at the CISE (Catholic Inner-city Schools Education Fund) come to fruition. Elementary school-aged children in Price Hill, Corryville and the west and north ends of the inner city can take

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Catholic Inner-city schools education (CISE) party in Over the Rhine (OTR) – Woodward Theater in OTR, 1404 Main Street, Cincinnati – April 6 from 7-11 p.m. This year’s goal is to increase summer engagement opportunities for CISE scholars so as to help the students throughout the year. Tickets ($75 pre-sale