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Sister Miriam Kaeser, principal at St. Boniface School in Northside, is one amazing woman. Yesterday, on a cold, rainy afternoon in May, Sr. Miriam spent her last day before retirement saying good-bye to her students and families. Under an umbrella, amid sad goodbyes, she warmly greeted each family as they

DELHI TOWNSHIP, OHIO – May 4, 2020 – Sister of Charity of Cincinnati Catherine Kirby died April 14, 2020, at the age of 84 in Tri-Health Rehabilitation Center, Dana Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio. Sister Catherine was born Margaret Louise Kirby on Feb. 7, 1936 to Harold J. and Mary C. (Sheppard)

Two of CISE’s most important leaders, Don Neyer and Harry Santen, have been named 2020 Greatest Living Cincinnatians. The award by the Greater Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce is generally considered to be the finest honor given to Cincinnatians. The honor to Don and Harry has special significance to CISE as

by Eileen Connelly, OSU When it’s an undeniably worthy cause that transforms the lives of urban children by providing them access to a strong Catholic education, people want to support it. That’s how Ted Torbeck, who cochaired the 2019 Catholic Inner-City Schools (CISE) campaign, along with his wife, Peggy, account

The Catholic Spelunker by Dominick Albano The most important party you can go to this month CISE is throwing a party on Saturday, March 7, at Rhinegeist Brewery! It’s food, drinks and prizes for a good cause. CISE’s mission, which the party supports, is to provide a Catholic education to

by Joe Bride In almost 40 years of existence the Catholic Inner-city Schools Education Fund (CISE) has produced graduates who touch every facet of life in the Cincinnati area. Tony Losekamp is one special example. He is attending Mount St. Mary’s Seminary & School of Theology in Cincinnati and was

DePaul Cristo Rey’s Class of 2020 has achieved 100 percent college acceptance. For the sixth year in a row, every senior has been accepted to college. At a surprise, schoolwide celebration on February 13, school leaders praised the seniors for their achievements and perseverance. In addition to 100 percent success

Halsey Mabry, principal of St. Francis Seraph School in Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine.
By Joe Bride Folks who live and work in Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood know school is in full blast when they spot the six-foot, seven-inch frame of Halsey Mabry roaming the neighborhood streets. It is something he has been doing for years. Mabry is the principal of St. Francis Seraph School

by Joe Bride A dynamic new partnership between the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, Catholic Inner-City, Schools Education Fund (CISE) and Seton Education Partners will ensure the continued operation of Resurrection School in Price Hill. While Resurrection has been a CISE supported school for just under 200 students, the changing nature of

by Eileen Connelly, OSU When Susan and Joseph Pichler relocated to Cincinnati for his work with the Kroger Corporation in 1987, they quickly became involved in supporting the Catholic school that Joe had a view from his downtown office window. That school was St. Francis Seraph, and it was the