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Queen of Peace Parish in Hamilton replaced their outside cross atop the church that was originally built and erected in 1966. The new cross is larger and lit for the entire Queen Acres neighborhood. They placed the old cross inside the new one. Students witnessed the blessing of the new cross.
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When Badin High Social Studies teacher Josh Mears was singing with the guitar group at Queen of Peace parish a few years ago, he had no idea what the future held. Mears has been named the principal at Queen of Peace School in Millville effective July 1. He will replace

David Berg (Courtesy Photo)
Badin High School senior David Berg has been named a National Merit Scholarship finalist. “I’m happy,” smiled Berg. “It’s a relief. I’ve been waiting to find out since September … it’s good to know.” Berg, the son of David and Cecelia Berg of Oxford, was one of 16,000 semifinalists named

Nick Yordy got the phone call a few weeks ago that he was going into the Badin High School Athletic Hall of Fame. The 1997 BHS grad got an even more life-changing phone call on Friday, when he was offered the head football coaching job at Badin. “I’m excited,” said

By Walt Schaefer When the 40 original families built the first Queen of Peace Church in 1941 in the small hamlet of Millville on US 27 between Hamilton and Oxford, there was no indoor plumbing. These farming families brought out their horses and equipment and erected what long-time parishioner Adela

Megan Walsh The Catholic Telegraph New principals from Catholic schools throughout the archdiocese came together in late July for the first ever ‘Principal Boot Camp’ coordinated by the archdiocesan Catholic Schools Office. “The weekend was about connecting them with their faith and helping them understand how it impacts their leadership,”