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Chaminade-Julienne High School

Chamiande Julienne seniors Joe Hoeft, John Carper, Conor Hickey and Ben Reis place a racing bib at Lucas Pfander's grave at Calvary Cemetery. The photo inset is of Pfander. (Courtesy Photos)
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph  Through the end of his junior year at Chaminade Julienne High School, 17-year-old Lucas Pfander had maintained perfect attendance. The fact that he’d never missed a day only made his absence at the start of the next school year seem that much larger. On

Mike Gable of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati mission office, center, and the staff and volunteers of the Su Casa Hispanic Center pose for a photo after the Spirit of Sister Dorothy Stang Award presentation. (CT PHOTO/John Stegeman)
By John Stegeman & Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph  Named for a modern-day martyr, the Spirit of Sister Dorothy Stang Award is given to those in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati who exemplify love of the poor, and love of the Earth as Sister Dorothy did.

CJ students at the tree planting for Sister Dorothy Stang
Press Release Tiny seedlings and a prayer service have grown together to form an annual remembrance of Notre Dame de Namur Sister Dorothy Stang, who was killed in the Amazon Rainforest in Brazil while protecting the rights of indigenous farm families. Stang was a Dayton, Ohio native but a naturalized

By John Stegeman DAYTON — While political pundits often lament the demise of education, students at Catholic schools in the archdiocese are still privy to an education that is not only excellent, but ever-improving. Toward that end, Chaminade Julienne High School announced plans Jan. 9 for a $4 million dollar

Friday, October 15, 2010 DAYTON DEANERY — Chaminade-Julienne High School held a ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony for the school’s new Student Conditioning Center and Blue Green Field Sept. 22. Michael Ervin, co-chairperson of Greater Downtown Dayton Plan and vice-chairperson of the Downtown Dayton Partnership, and Dan McCabe, Dayton Power

Thursday, October 7, 2010 By David Eck  ARCHDIOCESE — At an age when most high school seniors don’t even know what careers they want to pursue, much less how they can serve others throughout their lives, Zach Starkey is an exception.