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Press Release Rey of Light, a scholarship benefit for students, will shine at DePaul Cristo Rey High School April 27. This gala evening will begin at 6 p.m. in the DPCR Student Center and include dinner as well as silent and oral auctions. Rey of Light is presented by the

Catholic school enrollment
By Catholic News Service  HOUSTON (CNS) — Catholic educators opened 28 new schools and closed or consolidated 148 others during the 2012-13 school year, according to a report issued by the National Catholic Educational Association. The NCEA has ranked the Archdiocese of Cincinnati as the sixth-largest Catholic school district in the

Staff Report The students of Immaculate Heart of Mary School have a new classroom – outdoors. Students sit on wooden benches at long tables while their teacher works from a deck with a sheltered whiteboard. All of this started when former IHM student Dale Lakes developed an idea for his

By Joseph Austin Catholic News Service WASHINGTON (CNS) — The University of Dallas, an independent Catholic university, has a “flavor that you can’t get certainly at secular institutions,” president Thomas Keefe told Catholic News Service. “We are very clear in our specific mission distinctiveness” to promote the Catholic identity of

Cincinnati Catholic School district
Press Release The Archdiocese of Cincinnati has been ranked by the National Catholic Educational Association as the sixth largest network of Catholic schools in the United States in terms of total student enrollment. In 2010-2011, the archdiocese was the eighth largest, and rose to seventh during 2011-2012. This school year,

Press Release The Roger Bacon Student Philanthropy Program sponsored a dress down day and taped Mr. Paul Zlatic, Assistant Principal, to a pole in the cafeteria to raise over $360. The students are enrolled in Writing for Change, a class that teaches written and oral communication skills through partnerships with

By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph When Lisa Caito woke to the news of Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation on Feb. 11, her reaction was similar to that of many Catholics — a mixture of surprise, sadness and gratitude for the pontiff’s years of faithful service to the church. A

By John Stegeman Arguably the top complaint of parents with Catholic school children and those without is the same — Catholic education can sometimes feel like an unaffordable burden. The Archdiocese of Cincinnati has heard that complaint loud and clear and, as part of the “Lighting the Way: A Vision

March 9, 2011 ARCHDIOCESE — For the first time in its 189-year history, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati will create a unified vision and strategic plan for Catholic primary and secondary schools throughout its 19 counties.

Wednesday, April 21, 2010 ARCHDIOCESE — Nearly 700 Greater Cincinnati area Catholic school employees — from teachers, teacher’s aides, principals and maintenance personnel to pastors and deacons — will be on hand next week to celebrate Catholic schools at the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s annual Cincinnati Catholic Schools Banquet.