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Catholic Schools Week 2016

Cincinnati Catholic School district
  Thursday February 23, 2017 Sts. Peter & Paul Academy 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. 231 Clark Rd., Reading 45215 http://www.sppacademy.org Map Thursday February 23, 2017 Incarnation School Preschool 4’s, Early 5’s, and Full Day Kindergarten Information Night 7:00 p.m. at the Parish Center 45 Williamsburg Ln., Centerville 45459 http://www.incarnation-school.com

A long walk can clear the mind, help tone the body and, as it turns out, help fund a school. During the week of Thanksgiving, one principal laced up her gym shoes and took steps to raise more than $3,000 for her school. It was part pilgrimage, part adventure and

Sidney Stigler (with flute) and other St. Ignatius students get their first look at some of the instruments recently donated to the music program. (CT Photo/John Stegeman)
As Catholic Schools Week 2016 winds down, here’s a look at some of the news submitted to the CT by area Catholic schools around the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. St. Ignatius Music Program growing, in need of instruments Ta-ta-tam-tam! Music teacher Tasha Grismayer taps a music stand three times.  There is

A few years ago, according to St. Cecilia Principal Mike Goedde, the Catholic population of his school was roughly 30 percent. That percentage is now 51 percent Catholic. While growing enrollment and changing demographics have played a role, the school and parish have made an intentional effort to be more

Catholic Schools Week 2016, like the many that came before, is a chance to recognize the hard work of Catholic educators, students and parents who make a difference in education. The CT is highlighting Catholic-school related stories all week long and compiling links here at Catholic Schools Week Central. Catholic Schools

Students and staff from the Dayton area and northern parts of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati gathered Feb. 3 at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church in Kettering for the annual Catholic Schools Week Masss. Auxiliary Bishop Joseph Binzer was the celebrant. A Catholic Schools Week Mass for the Cincinnati area was celebrated

For the second year in a row DePaul Cristo Rey High School in Cincinnati has announced that 100 percent of its senior class has been accepted to college. It’s only February and already DePaul Cristo Rey’s Class of 2016 has hit a milestone – all seniors have been accepted to

By all rights, I didn’t deserve a Catholic education. Catholic education is a privilege and it requires commitment from school, parents and student to succeed. My parents and the school of my youth did their part, but it took years until I began to do mine. I’m a Catholic school

Upon entering Lisa Miller’s classroom at St. Nicholas Academy, it’s obvious how much her kindergartners adore their teacher. Just as evident is her love for them and dedication to bringing lessons of faith to the classroom, including her battle with breast cancer. Read more Catholic Schools Week Stories Miller, a

The Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains was full of students and teachers singing in praise to the Lord Tuesday morning for the 2016 Catholic Schools Week Mass for Cincinnati-area schools. Archbishop of Cincinnati Dennis M. Schnurr was the celebrant. Susan Gibbons, interim superintendent of Catholic schools, led the call to