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Bicentennials are a wonderful opportunity to reflect on the past and build on the stellar work of many. We walk on the shoulders of religious men and women and lay people who radiated Christ in our communities throughout the years. As women and men religious gathered to plan their role

(Cincinnati, OH) – Mercy McAuley High School’s Board of Directors announces a leadership change update. At the end of June, Mercy McAuley’s Board announced that Jennifer Fellinger was named President of Mercy McAuley. Since then, Fellinger’s plans have changed, and she has decided not to assume the role of President.

At Mercy McAuley, we are a family of students, parents, employees, alumnae, benefactors and friends. Tell us about your family! I am so glad to be part of the Mercy McAuley family! My husband is Steven Herppich, and we have been married for almost 19 years. (We met while he

(Cincinnati, OH) – Mercy McAuley High School’s Board of Directors announces the appointment of Jennifer Fellinger as the school’s new President. Fellinger’s appointment comes after a comprehensive national search for the most qualified candidate to lead the school and advance its mission of providing an outstanding Catholic, Mercy education to

Who (or what) are all our Catholic high schools named after, anyway? Here’s a quick guide to the names of the archdiocesan and independent Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati: Archbishop Alter High School, Dayton Named for Karl Joseph Alter, fifth archbishop of Cincinnati, the school opened in

Reverend Edward G. Trippel passed away on February 7, 2021 in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was born in Cincinnati on March 4, 1928. He did his preparatory studies at St. Gregory Seminary and studied theology at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West, Norwood, Ohio. He was ordained on May 28,

On May 19, Mercy McAuley High School celebrated its Class of 2020, on what would have been their Graduation night, with a fun drive-through celebration on campus. Seniors were greeted by employees, coaches, Parent Pack and Sisters of Mercy, and received special gifts along the route. Among these special gifts

Seton High School Mascot with Seton Alumni at the 2019 Opening Day Parade (CT Photo/Greg Hartman)
Cincinnati – From May 4 – May 8, five area all-girls Catholic high schools – Mercy McAuley, Mount Notre Dame, Seton, Saint Ursula and Ursuline Academy – are teaming up for a unique city-wide campaign called Girls’ Schools Unite. The fundraising campaign seeks to raise awareness and financial support for

Check out the photos of the great talent throughout the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.   Special Video: Carroll High School Band, God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman

The sun is setting earlier and earlier, and it’s that time of year where students are returning to school. Elder in Price Hill and Mercy McAuley in College Hill held there Freshman Orientation earlier this week.