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On January 16, in recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, 59 Ursuline Academy students participated in the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. The day of service is an annual opportunity made available by the Ursuline Community Service Program in order to serve external communities who are …

Badin High School senior Morgan Deitschel is a finalist for the “Straight A” Scholarship, sponsored by the Anthony Munoz Foundation. “I was very surprised by this,” said Deitschel, a Fairfield resident and the daughter of Charles Deitschel and the late Diane Deitschel. “My counselor, Mrs. (Angie) Bucheit, nominated me and …

Sidney Stigler (with flute) and other St. Ignatius students get their first look at some of the instruments recently donated to the music program. (CT Photo/John Stegeman)
As Catholic Schools Week 2016 winds down, here’s a look at some of the news submitted to the CT by area Catholic schools around the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. St. Ignatius Music Program growing, in need of instruments Ta-ta-tam-tam! Music teacher Tasha Grismayer taps a music stand three times.  There is …

Staff Report NET Ministries, which has put on more than 300 retreats in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, is continuing its mission of proclaiming the Gospel. On March 26, the NET team hosted a retreat for sixth through eighth grade students of St. John’s Catholic School in Colerain Township.

Staff Report Below are news and notes from Around the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. ESPN, V Foundation, announce grant in honor of Lauren Hill The V Foundation for Cancer Research, one of the nation’s leading cancer research funding organizations, and ESPN announced a grant of $100,000 to fund pediatric brain cancer …

Mother of Mercy High School Students pose with canned goods collected for the needy. (Courtesy Photo/Mercy High School)
Staff Report Below are news items from around the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Mercy students collect canned goods with papal flair Mother of Mercy High School was one of many to collect food for the needy prior to thanksgiving, but the Bobcats did it with a unique approach. Two weeks before …

Staff Report  DAYTON — For a record-tying eighth time, Cincinnati Mount Notre Dame took home the OHSAA Division I volleyball state championship as the Cougars beat Massillon Jackson 3-0 (25-17, 25-19, 25-18) Nov. 8 at Wright State University. See below for sports updates from Badin, McNicholas, Moeller, St. Xavier, Chaminade …

Staff Report Elder High School principal Tom Otten announced a recent gift of $2.5 million received from the school’s “Guardian Angel” family. Otten explained that the family, who wishes to remain anonymous, earned the nickname “because they seem to be aware of our most pressing needs, yet choose to avoid …

February 25, 2011 By Eileen Connelly, OSU   ST. MARGARET MARY DEANERY – Most teenagers would prefer to spend Saturday mornings sleeping in. Angela Bird, a junior at Ursuline Academy in Blue Ash, is no exception.