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Two years ago, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Pilgrimage arrived in Lourdes on September 27, 2017. Yesterday, Father David Brinkmoeller passed away from a battle with pancreatic cancer. We celebrate his life in service today from an article in The Catholic Telegraph from June, 2017: Like many a recent retiree, Father

‘Moeller grad ‘on fire about faith’ Although he did shadow at another area Catholic high school, it was pretty much a given that Jack Shimrock would attend Archbishop Moeller, following in the footsteps of older brothers Tim and Colin. Shimrock, who went to St. Susanna School in Mason, was active

Grad found faith, community at Fenwick Community spirit, inclusivity, and an atmosphere of faith. That’s what recent graduate Lauren Falk found at Bishop Fenwick High School. “I really felt like God called me there,” said Falk, whose younger sister, Anna, is a current junior at Fenwick. Falk went to public

Summit grad advocates for mental health issues Nick Nazzaro used his faith and personal experience to touch the lives of other students during his time at The Summit Country Day School. Nazzaro, who hails from All Saints Parish, came to Summit at the encouragement of select baseball teammates. Over the

Kairos retreat impacts Chaminade Julienne grad Dave Cotton readily admits that as an eighth grader on his high school search, Chaminade Julienne (CJ) “wasn’t at the top of my list.” After shadowing there, however, he was drawn to the school’s diversity, welcoming atmosphere and the fact that the teachers are

Catholic Central grads follow family tradition Attending Catholic Central High School in Springfield was truly all in the family for twins Adelaide and Hannah Taylor. Their grandparents and father are alums; older sisters, Katie and Erin, graduated in 2013 and 2016, respectively; and younger sibling, Mackenzie, is a member of

Kairos is a Roman Catholic retreat program for high school and college. Kairos is part of the larger three-day movement in America, ultimately derived from the Cursillo movement founded in Spain in 1944. As such, the retreat is a four-day, three-night (or three-day, two-night in some cases) residential retreat, with