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David Kissell, an experienced development executive and dedicated Catholic, has been named Director of the Department of Stewardship and Chief Development Officer for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, effective immediately. Kissell had been serving as interim director of the department since December 1. “I feel extremely blessed to have the opportunity
LaSalle High School was featured on the pre-game show for Thursday Night Football on NBC. For Friday Night Lights in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati click here.
Chris Winiarski, Director of Campus Ministry, Mission and Formation for La Salle High School, was one of 48 pilgrims on a summer trip to the Holy Land coordinated by School of Faith. A ministry that connects teachers and principals from Catholic schools with the literal roots of the faith, School
Bob Wurzelbacher heads respect life office; Varied background prepares him for post supporting human lives
The journey that brought Bob Wurzelbacher from his Cincinnati parish home to director of the Archdiocesan Office for Respect Life ministries did not prepare him for his first challenge in the office. “I had not yet officially started in my position, but messages were being left on the phone in
La Salle High School has announced that Pat McLaughlin has accepted the position of head football coach. McLaughlin, who is the President of the Southwest Ohio Football Coaches Association (SWOFCA), comes to La Salle after spending 2016 as the head coach at Princeton High School where he led the Vikings
It’s Catholic Schools Week. Here’s some images from around the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.
On February 15, 2017 La Salle High School will host their annual Veteran Appreciation Day featuring guest speaker Archbishop Timothy Broglio, Archbishop of Military Services. “We are excited to have such a high profile guest speaker at our Veteran Appreciation Day,” says Matt Dierkers, Director of Advancement at La Salle.
On Monday, May 23, the Catholic Schools Office, the La Salle Board of Limited Jurisdiction, and Thomas Luebbe himself signed a new joint statement announcing that the non-renewal of the 17-year principal has been withdrawn, and that instead his resignation has been accepted. Last month it was announced that long-time principal Luebbe’s
Interim Superintendent of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Susan Gibbons announced Friday that La Salle High School Principal Thomas Luebbe would not be offered a contract for next school year. Stacy Papke was named an interim principal on Monday, replacing Luebbe immediately. Seeking to clarify confusion over the news, the La Salle High School Board of