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  75 Years Sister Maureen Donovan A native of Iowa, Sister Maureen Donovan spent her active ministry years as an educator in Ohio and Michigan. She first ministered as a primary school teacher at the following Archdiocesan schools: St. Patrick, Cincinnati (1945-’50); St. Aloysius, Fayetteville (1950-’51); Resurrection, Cincinnati (1951-’55); and

Staff Report The College of Mount St. Joseph confirmed media reports that two young men killed in a car accident Sunday night were MSJ students. A press release posted on The Mount’s website identified the students as Tyler Stiles, a 22-year-old communications/new media studies major and Michael Tepe, also 22,

Press Release The Board of Trustees at the College of Mount St. Joseph announced today the College will officially become Mount St. Joseph University effective July 1, 2014. The designation change to University positions the Mount to leverage its expanding academic offerings including increasing its number of graduate programs for

Press Release The College of Mount St. Joseph will honor Christine Firer Hinze, Ph.D., with the St. Elizabeth Seton Medal on Wednesday, October 16, in the Mater Dei Chapel at noon. Hinze will then present a lecture titled “In Pursuit of Our Common Good: Educating for Solidarity and Participation as

By Megan Walsh The Catholic Telegraph  According to the National Catholic Education Association (NCEA), student diversity has increased in Catholic elementary and secondary schools over the past 40 years. The College of Mount St. Joseph, seven miles from downtown Cincinnati, is actively addressing the increasing diversity of the archdiocese with

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph  After hearing directly from immigrants and advocates during public comments, Cincinnati City Council unanimously passed a resolution recognizing the council’s commitment to improving the lives of immigrants and fostering civility and respect for those immigrants living in Cincinnati. The resolution, sponsored by Vice Mayor

French Cardinal Barbarin talks to reporters at the end of a meeting at the Vatican
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph  The resignation of His Holiness Benedict XVI, Pope Emeritus, from the office of the papacy may go down as one of the biggest media events of 2013. Many newspapers, radio stations and television channels devoted time and resources to covering everything from Benedict’s last reported Tuesday that long-time La Salle High School head football coach Tom Grippa will be stepping down from that position to become the new offensive coordinator at NCAA Division III College of Mount St. Joseph. The Enquirer report came less than two hours after La Salle sent a press release

Thursday, September 2, 2010 ST. LAWRENCE DEANERY — The College of Mount St. Joseph announces the opening of registration for classes in the LifeLearn Program. Sponsored by the Mount in conjunction with Bayley Place, LifeLearn is a program designed for those over 50 to provide lifelong learning enrichment experiences and

Monday, August 23, 2010 By Eileen Connelly, OSU ST. LAWRENCE DEANERY — There was a time in the not too distant past when a college education in the United States seemed out of reach for Eucabeth Mose. A chance conversation, however, led to possibilities that the young Kenyan woman would