Years ago, a little girl named Rosa, only in the first grade at the time, was hit by a car in a local neighborhood and left seriously injured. Her family, joined by their parish priest, gathered at her bedside. The sisters who taught at her school joined in prayer for
The Catholic Education Foundation is currently accepting applications for 2019 elementary school tuition assistance scholarships. All scholarships are needs-based and can be used at any Catholic elementary school within the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Awards range from $250 to $1,000 per student. Grant Details K-8 grade grants will be awarded based
“En lo que podría considerarse como la Iglesia doméstica, los padres, por palabra y ejemplo, son los primeros proclamadores de la fe con respecto a sus hijos”. En este pasaje de la Constitución Dogmática sobre la Iglesia (“Lumen Gentium”) del Concilio Vaticano II, la Iglesia enseña que los
“In what might be regarded as the domestic Church, the parents, by word and example, are the first heralds of the faith with regard to their children.” In this passage from the Second Vatican Council’s Dogmatic Constitution on the Church (“Lumen Gentium”), the Church teaches that parents have
Staff Report The Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s two unbeaten teams continue to steam along as conference play begins to get serious. By this point clear favorites are emerging to win each league and for many, the attention is already on playoff scenarios. If the season ended before this weekend’s games, six
Staff Report Many a reporter or editor remembers their first exposure to the industry often came at a student newspaper. Today’s Throwback Thursday from the Nov. 19, 1971 edition of The Catholic Telegraph highlights some of Catholic education’s contribution to the field. Pictured is the staff of “The Green Gossip,” a
Staff Report Just days before more than 60 members of the school faculty and staff headed to Philadelphia to celebrate Pope Francis‘ journey to the United States, students at St. Ignatius were treated to a “Popesicle” celebration during recess. The popsicles weren’t shaped like the pope, but rather were used
Staff Report Superintendent of Catholic Schools Jim Rigg has served in many roles as a Catholic educator. He’s been a teacher, principal and professor, and to top it off he has two post-graduate degrees. Rigg took on a different role on Thursday of Catholic Schools Week at Our Lady of
Staff Report A teacher employed by Our Lady of Lourdes for more than 40 years was let go Thursday for tying up two kindergarten students with yarn.
Staff Report In the wake of the tragic alleged suicide attempt by a La Salle High School student last month, the Lancer community and on a broader scale the entire community of Cincinnati rallied around the school offering support.