From the River City News:
The Thomas More College women’s basketball team celebrated its NCAA Division III National Championship on campus on Wednesday where the... Read More
The 2014 Division III girls’ state champion soccer team from Badin High School (Hamilton, OH) received their championship rings at a ceremony in the school’s chapel... Read More
Before a softball game between Cincinnati teams Archbishop McNicholas High School and Purcell Marian High School last week, players prayed for Purcell Marian student... Read More
Cleveland has become the latest Ohio diocese to add a morality clause to its contracts for all teachers, following Cincinnati and Columbus. Added last year to... Read More
Xavier University’s Cintas Center will host a memorial service for Lauren Hill tonight at 7 pm, following visitation from 4-6:30 pm. Both will be open to the... Read More
Dayton-born actor and activist flunked entrance exam so he could begin film and stage career
The University of Dayton will present Martin Sheen with an honorary doctor... Read More
“Fostering a Culture of Encounter with Young People,” a five-week Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) open to all, begins Sunday.
Presented by the National... Read More
Visitation and funeral services for Kelsie Crow, a Purcell Marian High School junior who was shot and killed Saturday after a birthday party at the YMCA in Walnut... Read More
by Ruthy Trusler
What should a young person consider when choosing a vocation to the single life, married life, or consecrated religious life?
Vocations were the focus... Read More
All five St. Anthony School (Taylor Mill, KY) students chosen by 4H representatives to compete in a county level speech competition came home with Blue Ribbons, and one... Read More
St. Henry School (Erlanger, KY)’s CruBotics team at the annual FIRST Tech Challenge Kentucky State Championship, where 22 teams from five states competed. CruBotics... Read More
From Mount St. Joseph University (Delhi, OH):
With the 2015 Final Four basketball tournament in Indianapolis just a week away, a new display in the lobby of the NCAA... Read More
DePaul Cristo Rey High School (Cincinnati) celebrated a milestone this month after every member of its first graduating class was accepted to college. The four-year-old... Read More
Students at St. Henry School (Erlanger, KY) celebrated St. Patrick’s Day with green shirts, green bling — and green moustaches.
Photo courtesy St. Henry School.... Read More
Butler County has okayed expansion at Mother Teresa Catholic Elementary School (MTCES) in Liberty Twp. (OH).
The $3.2 million, 22,000-sq. ft. project will add an... Read More
The University of Dayton’s mascot helps fans raise the roof at Wednesday’s First Four NCAA game at the school’s own arena. Both UD and Xavier University won their... Read More
More than 300 teens from 23 high schools attended a luau-themed fundraiser at McAuley High School (College Hill/Cincinnati) this month, raising $4000 for Make-a-Wish®... Read More
Host Matt Lauer wears a Musketeers fan cape during a TODAY Show last week, before St. Xavier University played in the Big East Championship tournament at Madison Square... Read More
Members of the Fashion Cru club at St. Henry District High School (Erlanger, KY) collected 464 pairs of jeans to donate to local homeless shelters and charities last... Read More
In town last week for several talks, Oscar Cardinal Rodriguez Maradiaga of Honduras, SDB, made a last-minute visit to Seton High School, where he shared personal stories... Read More
Bishop Joe Binzer greets students at Chaminade Julienne High School (Dayton, OH), after Mass last week.
Photo courtesy Chaminade Julienne High School.
You can see all... Read More
The St. Patrick division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH) presented St. Ignatius Loyola School (Montfort Heights, OH) eighth grader Madison Boosveld with a... Read More
St. James of the Valley School (Wyoming, OH) will close at the end of the current school year.
Archbishop Dennis Schnurr accepted a joint recommendation from St. James... Read More
Thomas More College Trustee and alumnus Dr. Antony Zembrodt (class of ‘65) and his wife Geraldine (also an alumna, class of ‘66) have donated $1 million to the... Read More