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by Patricia McGeever It’s the job of Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Brent Suter to strike out hitters, but the Moeller High School graduate’s passion is to #StrikeOutWaste and save the planet. “I watched a couple of documentaries in high school. An Inconvenient Truth was one that really stuck out,” said Suter.
By Erin Schurenberg An important action before us as Catholics is to talk about our faith and take back our story,” said Deacon Nathan Beiersdorfer on his faith-based podcast, “The First Word.” “Taking back the story” could describe the trajectory of Nathan’s own Catholic journey. After graduating in 1995 from
Cincinnati, OH (November 8, 2019) – After a year as Moeller football head coach, Todd Naumann has submitted his resignation. “The decision to step down was very difficult – I love Moeller football but I know this is the best decision for my family and me,” said Naumann.” He will
Today’s Video: Moeller Basketball coach Carl Kremer reflects on NBA prospect Jaxson Hayes before tonight’s draft.
Moeller Basketball Coach Carl Kremer shares his memory of Jaxson Hayes and discussed the “Moeller Process” that landed this Moeller Crusader in New York City of the NBA Draft. Moeller Basketball Coach Carl Kremer on Times Square from Archbishop Moeller Alumni on Vimeo.
On March 16, the Mount Notre Dame Cougars defeated the Pickerington Central Tigers 52-31 to capture their 7th Division I Girls Basketball State Championship. Meanwhile, the Moeller Crusaders won their 49th straight game (dating back a few years) to be crowned Division I Boys Basketball State Champions on March 23.
Mixed Martial Arts heavyweight champ turned actor a staunch Catholic By Gail Finke The Cincinnati Men’s Conference owes its revival, in part, to Scotland’s great hero William Wallace. “’Braveheart’ happened to be on while I was thinking about it,” said Catholic Speakers Organization founder Joe Condit. “A lot of people
As our celebration of Catholic Schools Week winds down for 2018, check out Today’s Video: Moeller High School
The Moeller Crusaders announced their new head football coach on December 4, 2017: Class of 1997 graduate Doug Rosfeld.
Moeller Swim Team spent their morning at “Hands against Hunger”/A Child’s Hope International. 400 volunteers on hand made over 140,000 meals.
Ken Griffey Jr., former Cincinnati Red and Seattle Mariner, has been inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame with a record 437 of 440 votes. Today’s #ThrowbackThursday is dedicated to Griffey Jr., one of Cincinnati’s most famous Catholic high school graduates. Though a native of Pennsylvania, Griffey Jr. and