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Sister Lucy Beischel, RSM (formerly Sister Mary Roderic) – 70 years A life-long resident of Cincinnati, Sister Lucy Beischelspent her first five years of ministry teaching elementary school. In 1958 she became librarian at Our Lady of Cincinnati College (Edgecliff College). In 1981 she became librarian at Mother of Mercy.

Statue where St. Bernadette witnessed the beautiful Lady in Lourdes France (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
St. Bernadette was born in Lourdes, France on January 7, 1844. Her parents were very poor and she was the first of nine children. She was baptized at St. Pierre’s, the local parish church, on January 9. As a toddler, Bernadette contracted cholera and suffered extreme asthma. Unfortunately, she lived

Our Lady of Lourdes Music Director, Carol Westerfield Clark began playing the organ 50 years ago at Our Lady of Lourdes when she was just 14 years old. The parish staff/parish community recognized her for this accomplishment after the 11:00 mass on Sunday, January 22, 2017. After Mass there was

Our Lady of Lourdes K-2 Students had a surprise visit from Santa! Santa talked to the students about safety and then had a Christmas sing-along with the students! The CIncinnati Police provided the visit from Santa and gave special treat bags for all of the students!

Believe or not, a large number of students at Our Lady of Lourdes School in Western Hills are choosing a lab experience after lunch over the playground. “At lunchtime it is optional for our students. Rather than going to the cafeteria and playground, they can eat their lunch and go

By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph  “Just give me the sunshine and some water and I’ll be praying, contemplating and relaxing.” That’s what Sister of Mercy Helen Lucille Habig is looking forward to, among other things, when she retires from her position as director of Eastern Region Schools for

I missed the rebound by just about an inch. A much taller 7th grader from Our Lady of Lourdes beat me to it. That was bad, but what was worse was that on the way down I lost my balance and tripped, landing flat on my face. More embarrassing still,

Staff Report A teacher employed by Our Lady of Lourdes for more than 40 years was let go Thursday for tying up two kindergarten students with yarn.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010 ST. LAWRENCE DEANERY — Students at Our Lady of Lourdes School in Cincinnati witnessed a piece of history Sept. 10 when 81 people became new Americans during a naturalization ceremony at the school.