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By Gail Deibler Finke The Athenaeum of Ohio, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s seminary and graduate school, is offering half-price tuition to all lay students for the spring semester. Funds from the One Hope, One Faith, One Love campaign are providing half-price tuition scholarships for the current academic year so that

Staff Report Students are heading back to school already in some parts of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati already, and more are starting soon. With that in mind, today’s Throwback Thursday examines a unique story of a Catholic school utilizing the best available technology to serve a student in need. MORE

Students pose outside the Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains after the 2013 Catholic Schools Week Mass. (CT Photo/John Stegeman)
Staff Report Back-to-school shopping sales are nearly over, which means the school year is underway or about to start at most of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s Catholic schools. If you’re curious about which Catholic schools are already in session, and which are yet to begin, consult this handy list below,

Staff Report Archbishop McNicholas High School announced Thursday the creation the Dolores C. Sawyer Memorial Scholarship. 

Mercy High School, left, and McAuley High School will Beginning in fall 2018, Cincinnati’s young women
Press Release The Sisters of Mercy announced June 12 the formation of Mercy Education Collaborative of Cincinnati, a new entity that will include McAuley and Mother of Mercy high schools. The collaborative will immediately implement a plan that aims to usher in a new level of excellence for college preparation

Pope answers questions
By Carol Glatz Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Pope Francis ditched a 1,250-word prepared speech to students saying it would be “a tad boring” to read out loud and opted instead to just quickly hit the high points and spend the rest of the time answering people’s questions.

By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph Always open to God’s call and ready to embrace the blessings that lie ahead, Franciscan Father Bill Farris will bid a fond farewell to Roger Bacon High School as he concludes 12 years as its first president at the end of the school

Dear readers, There has been a lot of conversation lately about the Common Core, a prevalent educational movement in the United States. The Common Core clearly seems to have caught the attention of many people in southwest Ohio; the topic comes up frequently when I speak to parents and Catholic

Cardinal Francis E. George
By Steve Trosley The Catholic Telegraph  “A member of the Cardinal’s staff told me that attending one of his staff meetings was like watching a one-man think tank,” Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr said Wednesday evening after the Gardner Lecture in Moral Theology at the Athenaeum. Cardinal Francis E. George discussed — in

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