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By Alisa Fisher Cardinal Pacelli staff and students have a special place in their hearts for America’s military families. Designated a Purple Star school in 2019, Cardinal Pacelli shows its support for current and former service men and women in myriad ways. The Purple Star designation from the Ohio Department

Catholic Schools Week is an opportunity for schools across the nation to celebrate Catholic education. This year, that week is January 27 – February 2. Together, schools will celebrate the theme, “Catholic Schools: Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed” by participating in Mass and holding special academic, community, family, student and teacher

Throughout the long history of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, Catholic education has always been recognized as a vital ministry of our local Church. Our first diocesan bishop, Bishop Edward Fenwick, started a school for young women in 1825, just four years after the foundation of the diocese. It opened with

Students participate in the 2018 Catholic Schools Week Mass (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
*Click on school for school website St. Ursula Villa 3660 Vineyard Pl, Cincinnati 45226 (513) 871-7218 For more information about a tour, click here Annunciation School Kindergarten Round-up 3545 Clifton Ave., Cincinnati 45220 (513) 221-1230 Friday, February 8, 2019 Map Royalmont Academy 200 Northcrest Dr., Mason 45040 (513) 754-0555 Sunday,

Elizabeth Murray, left, and Sophie Haws are still learning and growing from their immersion experience. (Courtesy Photo)
By Kary Ellen Berger After spending a week serving in Cincinnati over the summer, Chaminade Julienne students Sophie Haws ‘20 and Elizabeth Murray ‘20 wanted to continue growing from their experience. The pair was part of a group of four students who attended the Rooted in the Vine summer trip

In March 2018, Brent and Garrett Celek returned to their Alma Mater, La Salle High School in Cincinnati. Brett fresh off winning the Super Bowl with the Eagles, and Garrett off a fine season with the San Francisco 49’ers. Check out the video:

Nativity teacher Olivia Wolber oversees students working in the STEAM lab. (Courtesy Photo)
Nativity of Our Lord is marking the start of its second century with the completion of long-planned improvements to its church and school buildings. The 101-year-old parish, located in Pleasant Ridge, launched $1.2 million worth of projects in May, and completed them in September. “The projects that we have completed

Bishop Joseph Binzer celebrated the Catholic Schools Week Mass at St. Peter in Chains Cathedral on January 29, 2019.

The Catholic Schools week Mass for students from Dayton and the Northern Region at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, January 30, at St. Luke in Beavercreek has been cancelled.

In Today’s Video, meet Kevin Hall. He’s a St. Rita School for the deaf graduate, where he received a rich foundation in school and faith, to go on to win the Big Ten Championship in golf at The Ohio State University, and now on tour with the PGA. Here’s his