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Chaminade Julienne High School held a prayer rally Monday, October 2 to celebrate the Society of Mary’s bicentennial. “The Marianist Bicentennial celebration has been going on for the last two years,” said Jama Badinghaus, a counselor at the Dayton Marianist school. CJ’s Mission Team was asked to schedule an event at 2

Staff Report The 2015 high school football season will be Chaminade Julienne’s last “on the road.” Wednesday evening before a crowd of hundreds the school announced plans to construct Roger Glass Stadium, a multi­purpose competition venue to be located at the corner of Longworth and Eaker Streets. The facility will

Staff Report As part of the lead-up to tonight’s All-Star game, the Cincinnati Reds Community Fund and Major League Baseball decided to renovate nine tri-state area baseball facilities and one of the chosen few was Howell Field — home of the Chaminade Julienne Eagles. The projects are part of MLB’s

Staff Report Despite trailing most of the Division III boys state semifinal basketball game, the Chaminade Julienne Eagles mounted a 15-2 run in the fourth quarter to get within three points of Lima Central Catholic, but the Thunderbirds managed to hold on for a 55-50 victory Thursday night at the

Seminarian Chris Geiger takes a shot against tough competition at Cardinal Pacelli. (Courtesy Photo/Susan Declercq) Staff Report Ordinarily, it wouldn’t be seen as positive news for a group of college-aged men to beat junior high students in a game of basketball, but when the Minor Prophets play, it is always

Staff Report  DAYTON — For a record-tying eighth time, Cincinnati Mount Notre Dame took home the OHSAA Division I volleyball state championship as the Cougars beat Massillon Jackson 3-0 (25-17, 25-19, 25-18) Nov. 8 at Wright State University. See below for sports updates from Badin, McNicholas, Moeller, St. Xavier, Chaminade

Staff Report As far as The Catholic Telegraph staff can tell, this newspaper never had a traditional sports page. Still, the schedules, standings, awards and related happenings involving area Catholics and sports often found their way into the pages. Today’s Throwback Thursday is from a late-August edition in 1967. Back

Chaminade Julienne President Dan Meixner announces the LIFT (Leading in Faith Today) initiative Thursday Jan. 30, 2014. LIFT is a $20 million improvement and renovation campaign for the school. Chaminade Julienne also announced it has already raised $13.4 million. (CT Photo/John Stegeman)
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph DAYTON — If Catholic Schools Week is supposed to be a chance for Catholic schools to shine,  Chaminade Julienne High School in Dayton spared no effort Thursday night. With alumni, staff, media and members of the school’s founding orders in attendance, the school announced

Staff Report Roger Bacon High School maintains the only high school underwater hockey program in the country, and the Spartans sent a varsity and junior varsity squad to compete in the USA Underwater Hockey 2013 U.S. National Championships in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. According to its official rules, “underwater hockey is a

DAYTON — On Jan. 9 Chaminade Julienne High School announced plans for a $4 million dollar renovation to the school’s second floor to create the CJ STEMM Center. The center is slated to open in August of 2013 and be ready for the following school year. The announcement of the