Catholic Schools Week
The Berent Family chose Catholic Schools for their family and in today’s video, we see the value of a Catholic Education.
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
Catholic school students, their teachers, and their communities throughout the 19-county Archdiocese of Cincinnati are celebrating the 45th annual Catholic Schools Week from January 27 through February 2 under the theme “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.” More than 1,000 representatives from Greater Cincinnati Catholic schools will participate
New Year’s is a time to both look back and look ahead. The past year has been undeniably difficult for all Catholics. The faithful understandably have reacted with anger and frustration to the historic mishandling of child sexual abuse in the Church and the lack of accountability by some bishops.
The curtain has come down on Catholic Schools Week 2018, but the celebration of our rich tradition of Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Today’s video looks at La Salle High School.
As our celebration of Catholic Schools Week winds down for 2018, check out Today’s Video: Moeller High School
Check out Today’s Video Vault as we look at Purcell Marian High School
Cincinnati to host NCEA annual conference this spring Organizers hope for a record-breaking attendance when the National Catholic Education Association (NCEA) annual convention opens in Cincinnati in April. “They’re hoping for 9,500,” said Cindy Hardesty, the vice chair for the local arrangements committee. At 8,800, last year’s convention was the