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Working at a grocery store, St. Xavier High School senior, Alex Van Pee ’21 has noticed that grocery prices are rising, “Even the people who didn’t need help before are starting to need help from pantries and shelters. It really can happen to anybody.” Thursday, June 12th, cars began lining

CINCINNATI – June 12, 2020 –Catholic Charities Southwestern Ohio, Su Casa Hispanic Center and the Freestore Foodbank are teaming up with USDA Farms to Families to distribute 1,000 boxes of free food via drive-thru pick-up on Thursday, June 18. The event will take place from 1:00 – 4:00 PM (or

Enjoy the St. Xavier Virtual Choir performance by Ensemble X of O Magnum Mysterium by Evan Ramos St. Xavier Virtual Choir Part 1- Ensemble X from St. Xavier on Vimeo.

By Erin Schurenberg St. Xavier High School Aquabombers took home first place at the National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association (NISCA) for the fifth consecutive year. This top ranking is the 11th overall for the St. Xavier swimming and diving team. Additionally, in February, the team captured a record 40th Ohio

The U.S. Midwest Province of the Society of Jesus released the names to date of all Jesuit priests, brothers and scholastics under their jurisdiction who have been the subject of established allegations of sexual abuse against. The list includes five local priests who were involved at the Jesuit Novitiate in

Kylie Schmidt with Savannah Hoover in the background poses with two Navajo children at Summer Bible School. (Courtesy Photo)
Kylie Schmidt, with her group, huffed up the hill in Navajo country. There are few trees —just an arid expanse colored in various shades of brown and red and dotted by scrub. “You can look out from the top and see all of Tohatchi and mile upon mile of the

DePaul Cristo Rey Assistant Principal Kerrie Katsetos and Spanish Teacher Michael Delaney accompanied five students to Nazareth Farm in rural West Virginia over the summer. Nazareth Farm is a Catholic community that transforms lives through a service retreat experience. The DPCR group worked with students from other schools on repairs

Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr
I have been made aware of the racially demeaning and hurtful language used by Elder High School students this past Friday during their basketball game against St. Xavier High School. Behavior such as this is directly contrary to the Gospel of Jesus Christ and falls well short of the expectations

The St. Xavier Board of Trustees, announced the appointment of Tim Reilly Class of ’76 as the next president of St. Xavier High School. He will join the school from St. Ignatius Loyola School, Cincinnati, where he currently serves as principal; he will officially assume his new duties beginning in