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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

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

Sheila McCown and student Aaron Cosby talk during the CISE Campaign Kick-off brunch at St. Boniface School in Cincinnati Monday, May 6, 2019. (CT Photo/E.L. Hubbard)
by Steve Trosley The 2,400 students attending archdiocesan inner city schools will be making new friends this fall, if plans at the CISE (Catholic Inner-city Schools Education Fund) come to fruition. Elementary school-aged children in Price Hill, Corryville and the west and north ends of the inner city can take

January 26, 2011 By Sister Eileen Connelly   CATHEDRAL DEANERY — During a recent Thursday morning music class at St. Boniface School in Northside the sweet, cheerful voices of preschoolers rang out as they sang “Jesus Loves the Little Ones Like Me.”