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CISE Student Tionna Jordan from Roger Bacon is seated with Jill Meyer after her address to the crowd on her journey in Catholic Schools. (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
With Catholic Schools Week in full swing check out these brief stories:  

“Building a new school with faith and unity” Students excited, ready to begin new chapter in Mercy education By Eileen Connelly, OSU Sisterhood, unity, and the opportunity to continue the long tradition of Catholic, Mercy education for young women in Cincinnati were celebrated Dec. 8 when students, faculty, and staff

DePaul Cristo Rey students looking up on eclipse day. (Courtesy Photo)
Today’s Video looks at Life Changing Education at DePaul Cristo Rey High School.

Ursuline Academy has a rich history in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Check out this video on the life of a student at Ursuline:

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

Carroll High School began a new era in November as dozens of alumni, faculty and staff members, students, and friends of the school gathered for the rededication of St. John the Evangelist Chapel. Bishop Joseph R. Binzer led the congregation through the chapel doors in a solemn procession to begin

By Eileen Connelly, OSU Just after the start of the new year, Luke Carey found himself deep in prayer as he discerned the direction his ministry will take. Carey, the former associate director of the archdiocesan Office for the New evangelization, has been named director of the Office for Young

"I'm still a big sports fan" said Rod Dunlap, pictured in Bengals gear with his children. Dunlap is the head of Sports Ministry, a new focus for the Archdiocese. (Courtesy Photo)
By Gail Finke When he looked for young people to work with, Rod Dunlap found that a lot of them didn’t spend much time in church. The former youth and young adult minister for St. John the Baptist Church, Dry Ridge, found them playing sports. “The numbers increase every year,”