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A new course at Saint Ursula Academy provides students with the opportunity not only to find meaning in the sacred, but to uncover the sacred amidst the secular. “Art and Soul: Theological Imagination” originated with Saint Ursula religion teacher Lisa Woodall after she took what she describes as an “impactful

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

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

by Eileen Connelly, OSU “May God grant me the grace, humility, and courage to be a servant to others.” With that prayer on her lips and in her heart, Jillian Foster departed for Haiti on Jan. 12 to begin a three-and-half year assignment as a Maryknoll lay missioner. Foster, a

By Jill Cahill Six Saint Ursula Academy (SUA) students and two faculty members recently traveled to Washington D.C. to attend the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice. This annual event connects Catholic faith and justice, addressing timely issues through two days of dynamic speakers, breakout sessions and networking opportunities. Known as

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

Student workers Alivia Hyland, Christine Moore and Deirdre Carroll.
Story and photos by Eileen Connelly, OSU On a recent Thursday morning, business was booming at Bulldog Boost, a student-run Fair Trade coffee shop at Saint Ursula Academy (SUA). “I need my coffee, and this is quality coffee from a good source,” said religion teacher Deanna Cahill as she waited

St. Ursula grad feels well prepared for future From the blog she wrote for prospective students on the St. Ursula Academy (SUA) admissions site to the religion classes that helped deepen her faith, Celia Nusekabel left her mark at her alma mater and feels well prepared for the future. Nusekabel,

Father Leo Schloemer A Mass of Christian Burial for Father Leo Bernard Schloemer was celebrated April 3 at Our Lady of the Fields Chapel in Fairfield. Father Schloemer, 94, died March 25. He was a Glenmary Home Missioner for 67 years. A native of Cincinnati, Father Schloemer made his first

Saint Ursula Academy  announced five students were selected to win the Service Award from the Ursuline Education Network (UEN), the national organization that connects all of the Ursuline schools in North America. Nominations are reviewed by UEN and winners are named each winter. The students selected this year are: Josie