On Monday, August 21, 2017, much of the nation witnessed a solar eclipse. As the hour approached, I took a walk a few blocks down to St. Peter in Chains Cathedral. I wanted to bottle that day. In a time of divisiveness in our country, downtown Cincinnati was like a
Kristi Phillips has been selected to lead CISE (Catholic Inner-city Schools Education Fund). Ms. Phillips believes it is our responsibility to serve the most vulnerable children, a value instilled in her at McAuley High School 20 years ago while she was doing school service work at Our Daily Bread in
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
George Vincent, managing partner and chairman of Dinsmore, was recognized for his contribution to Catholic Inner-city Schools Education Fund (CISE) at a reception at the University Club of Cincinnati. Vincent served as the Chairman for the 2015 CISE Annual Campaign, which raised $2,900,000, well exceeding the campaign goal. Vincent was
A spokesperson for The Kroger Company confirmed that the company’s Manufacturing Human Resources Department, based at the corporate headquarters in Cincinnati, donated $1,000 to families at St. Francis Seraph Catholic School in Over-The-Rhine. Traci Hooks, a volunteer coordinator at St. Francis Seraph, said the donation was initiated by a former
Staff Report Roughly 160 students and their chaperones made the walk from St. Francis Seraph Catholic School in Over-the-Rhine to the Archdiocese of Cincinnati central offices building in downtown Cincinnati for some trick-or-treating in a safe environment on Oct. 30. The students started on the eighth floor and worked their
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine visited St. Joseph Catholic School in Cincinnati Monday. DeWine had reached out to Catholic InnerCity Schools Education Fund (CISE) Director Cary Powell, seeking to visit a CISE school and Powell chose St. Joseph for the tour.
By Walt Schaefer For The Catholic Telegraph Inner-City Catholic Schools illustrate how education can succeed in some of Cincinnati’s less affluent neighborhoods. In the past six years, each of the eight schools operated by the Catholic Inner-City Education Fund (CISE) have shown a steady increase in enrollment largely attributed to
Press Release Staff and faculty at Resurrection School, a CISE school serving some of Price Hill’s poorest children, have initiated an effort to support the small parish church. Learning of Detroit and Buffalo’s “Flash Mass” phenomena, a few individuals determined to bring the very positive event to the Queen City.