ROTC cadets at the University of Dayton placed 2977 flags on the school’s Central Mall yesterday, one for each person who died 13 years ago in the Sept. 11 attacks on... Read More
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At St. Aloysius Gonzaga School in Bridgetown (OH), students started their first day with a greeting from the school mascot. Here, girls from the St. Al’s fourth grade... Read More
Greeting old friends and making new ones at Mount Notre Dame High School in Reading (OH) starts the school year on a happy note.
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Catholic Campus Ministry members at Wright State University (Fairborn, OH) offered students coffee and donuts on their first day of classes, and offered to pray for... Read More
Students in grades 6-8 at St. Henry School in Erlanger (KY) started the year with their own Chromebooks to use during the school day. Thirty more Chromebooks are... Read More
Students at Chaminade Julienne Catholic High School in Dayton (OH) celebrated the first all-school Mass of the year at historic Emmanuel Church across the street. The... Read More
For 12 years, Archbishop McNicholas High School has welcoming its freshman class with bagpipes and applause. Bagpiper Frank Lowden, a social studies teacher at the Mt.... Read More
A long-ago patriot, that is — Revolutionary War veteran Joel Green, who was born in Connecticut, escaped from a British prison, lived in Pennsylvania, got married... Read More
This graphic posted on the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) Facebook page this weekend and being used as its profile picture is being shared around... Read More
St. Bernard, OH
St. Clement Church’s annual Corpus Christi procession, with the pastor and members of St. Charles Borromeo/San Carlos Borromeo parish from... Read More
Participants in the first-ever Rosary Rally for High School Catholic football teams gathered at The Athenaeum of Ohio/Mount St. Mary’s... Read More
Wednesday Eucharistic Adoration at Bishop Simon Bruté College Seminary in Indiana, where many area seminarians receive their undergraduate degrees.
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Adoration following last month’s Eucharistic procession around St. Peter in Chains Cathedral.
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Sunlight streams through the narrow windows behind the altar at St. Jude the Apostle Church (Bridgetown, OH) during Eucharistic Adoration this... Read More
Fr. Peter West of Human Life International, who had brought a traveling image of Our Lady of Czestochowa to St. Gertrude parish in Madeira (OH) as part of... Read More
The Moeller High School class of 2014 left the school in Cincinnati’s Kenwood area a tangible reminder of their presence as well as a scholarship in their name: A new... Read More
On a recent trip to Israel, Fr. Rob Waller of St. Andrew the Apostle Catholic Church (Milford, OH) stopped to pray at the same gate to Bethlehem made famous by... Read More
Sixty runners competed in the Chatfield College 5K, which moved from being an event of the St. Martin (OH) campus’s annual Quilt & Car Festival to a summer event... Read More
McAuley High School (College Hill/Cincinnati) hosted students from around the region this year during one of two annual Catholic HEART Workcamp sessions run every summer... Read More
Cincinnati’s Franciscan friars marched in the Findlay Market Opening Day Parade this year, for the first time ever. The 95th annual parade... Read More
This reflection by Kris Staverman sums up the feelings of parents everywhere. The Catholic Beat wishes all graduates good luck, best wishes, and many blessings.
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Staff at Mercy Health-Fairfield celebrated meeting the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s (ANCC) Magnet Recognition Program® standards for nursing... Read More
The school year isn’t all tests and lectures! Cookies for a celebration at Purcell Marian High School (East Walnut Hills/Cincinnati) sweetened the school day.
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