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By Eileen Connelly, OSU The Catholic Telegraph  As a student at Carroll High School in Dayton more than a decade ago, Father Scott Wright’s call to the priesthood was nurtured through the faith-filled example of his teachers and the values instilled by a Catholic education. Now the young priest, ordained

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

One of the St. Xavier Big Buddies teams is pictured with their little buddies at the Boys & Girls Club in Avondale. (Photo Courtesy of 4C for Children)
Staff Report Below are news and notes from around the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. St. Xavier mentoring program wins award St. Xavier High School’s Big Buddies project, which involves nearly 100 students in providing positive male role models and emphasizing the importance of education to underserved boys at area Boys &

Staff Report Carroll High School in Dayton opened its doors in August of 1961. The then-new school has been educating young men and women of faith ever since in the spirit of its namesake, Archbishop John Carroll. This edition of Throwback Thursday highlights coverage from Carroll High School’s opening in

Staff Report Updated Sept. 17 8:45 p.m. Carroll High School was evacuated at roughly 11:30 a.m. Wednesday morning in the wake of a threatening message found at the school, according to Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Jim Rigg.

Friday, July 2, 2010 By David Eck DAYTON DEANERY — Most tennis camps are designed to improve players’ fundamental skills and increase their competitiveness, but a recent camp held by the Carroll High School tennis team had much more meaning. Instead, the high school students and a few Carroll alumni used

Thursday, July 23, 2009 By Carmen M. Hubbard DAYTON DEANERY — Ava Ritter expected to see her son, Randy, graduate from high school. She envisioned him walking across the stage, dressed in his cap and gown, with a smile of relief and a sense of accomplishment on his face as