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CANTON — St. Xavier High School won the 2016 OHSAA Division I Boys State Swimming and Diving Tournament Saturday, Feb. 27, as the Bombers scored a state meet-record 398 points en route to winning their eighth-consecutive and 37th overall state championship. St. Xavier took the lead from the start as the

Staff Report Cincinnati St. Xavier returned to the podium with 335 total points to secure its seventh-consecutive state swimming title and 36th overall state championship Feb. 28 at C.T. Branin Natatorium at the OHSAA Division I Swimming and Diving State Tournament. St. Xavier controlled the meet, topping state runner up

Mother of Mercy High School Students pose with canned goods collected for the needy. (Courtesy Photo/Mercy High School)
Staff Report Below are news items from around the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Mercy students collect canned goods with papal flair Mother of Mercy High School was one of many to collect food for the needy prior to thanksgiving, but the Bobcats did it with a unique approach. Two weeks before

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph Are you the managing director of your own company yet? Mike Letscher is, and he graduated from St. Xavier High School just last month.

St. Ursula Academy Students pen song honoring Boston, other tragedies
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph WALNUT HILLS — The problem with today’s generation is… That line starts off a lot of conversation around office water coolers, and to be fair, no generation is perfect. While today’s high school students may have their share of flaws, many are more concerned

By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph When Lisa Caito woke to the news of Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation on Feb. 11, her reaction was similar to that of many Catholics — a mixture of surprise, sadness and gratitude for the pontiff’s years of faithful service to the church. A

Monday, February 8, 2010 ST. FRANCIS DE SALES DEANERY — This year St. Ursula Academy will celebrate the founding of the school and the Ursuline Sisters of Cincinnati. One hundred years ago, St. Ursula opened at its current site in East Walnut Hills. It has since grown from two buildings to