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Mercy High School, left, and McAuley High School will Beginning in fall 2018, Cincinnati’s young women
Press Release The Sisters of Mercy announced June 12 the formation of Mercy Education Collaborative of Cincinnati, a new entity that will include McAuley and Mother of Mercy high schools. The collaborative will immediately implement a plan that aims to usher in a new level of excellence for college preparation

Press Release On Monday, July 1, Xavier University will officially join the Big East Conference, a move that will provide additional national exposure for Xavier and a big boost for University admissions, alumni and fundraising efforts across the nation. The new Big East includes nine Catholic universities as well as

Staff Report A jury has awarded former Catholic school teacher Christa Dias $171,000 in damages, ruling that the Archdiocese of Cincinnati violated anti-discrimination laws when it fired her after she became pregnant via artificial insemination in 2010. According to the Associated Press, the damages “included $51,000 for back pay, $20,000

La Salle High School
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph  Mankind has no choice on whether or not to face tragedy. A human life will always include suffering. Each person, however, and each community has a choice when faced with difficult times. They can let the tragedy define them, or they can let their

Dear readers, There has been a lot of conversation lately about the Common Core, a prevalent educational movement in the United States. The Common Core clearly seems to have caught the attention of many people in southwest Ohio; the topic comes up frequently when I speak to parents and Catholic

  Staff Report The University of Dayton is hosting its second-annual Catholic Education Summit; a conference highlighting the partnerships between Catholic higher education and PK-12 Catholic schools.

Seton High School Pantene Beautiful Lengths
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph For a high school girl, hair care can be a terribly important thing. Peer judgement can turn a bad hair day into a nightmare. On May 20 at Seton High School, however, several hundred women opted for a different kind of hair care —

OHSAA
For the third year in a row Ohio schools have voted down an OHSAA competitive balance proposal that seeks to change how schools are assigned to specific divisions in postseason tournament. While striking down the proposal keeps the status quo for now, OHSAA Commissioner Dr. Dan Ross indicated that it

St. John Baptist De La Salle Chapel at La Salle High School will be the site of a 25-hour prayer vigil beginning Friday morning. (CT Photo/John Stegeman)
Staff Report As part of its Year of Faith Celebrations, La Salle High School will host a 25-hour prayer vigil entitled “Prayer Without Ceasing” from Friday May 17 to Saturday May 18. The prayer vigil will begin with a 7 a.m. Mass for hope and healing celebrated by Father Jon-Paul

Staff Report A teacher employed by Our Lady of Lourdes for more than 40 years was let go Thursday for tying up two kindergarten students with yarn.