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By Rebecca Sontag Katie Claes’ dad came home from work one evening excited about something he’d heard on the radio and told Katie all about it. During that morning’s commute on Sacred Heart Radio’s Son Rise Morning Show, Jason Claes listened to an interview with Jim Cavnar, president and cofounder of

Students from St. James the Greater awaiting the Catholic Schools Week Mass. (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
Now in its fourth year, the “One Faith, One Hope, One Love” capital campaign has begun to make a big difference in the lives of parents who have their children enrolled in Catholic schools within the archdiocese. Forty percent of the pledges collected are allocated to the Catholic Education Fund

By M.D. Pitman St. Michael School in Ripley is one of the best-kept secrets in Brown and Adams Counties, but its secret is beginning to spread. The school has nearly doubled its student enrollment in the past three school years, going from around 60 students to 116 this school year,

An amazing afternoon during Rose, White and Blue as Mount Notre Dame alumna and 2019 World Cup Soccer Champion Rose Lavelle ’13 visited January 17.

CATHOLIC SCHOOLS OPEN HOUSES 2019 * click on school name for their website. Thursday, January 23, 2020 Our Lady of Victory School 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. 808 Neeb Rd, Cincinnati OH 45233 513-347-2072 Map St. Brigid School 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. 312 Fairground Rd, Xenia OH 45385 937-372-3222

There’s a reason why “Do not take the Lord’s name in vain” is not only one of the ten commandments, but is second on the list. Taking the Lord’s name in vain is a big deal. Yet so many of us do it anyway all of the time. It has

This weekend we celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King. King is remembered as the most visible leader of the civil rights movement, for which he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964, and as the founding president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. But he was first

In Today’s Video, Father Casey Cole talks about his unique situation as a new priest: which brings good news and bad news and what we are facing in vocations in the 21st century. Father Casey’s Good News: Father Casey’s Bad News: In times like these we do need to pray

Congratulations to the Seton Art Students who have been recognized as 2019 Scholastic Art Winners. Check out the Art Gallery: Congratulations to the Elder High School Art Students who were recognized in the 2020 Regional Scholastic Art Competition. Check out the Art Gallery: