After a friend’s tragic suicide, McAuley High School sophomore Katie Bergmann wanted to do something concrete to help prevent teen suicide by letting people know... Read More
The Catholic Inner-city Schools Education Fund (CISE) opened its 34th annual campaign at Great American Ball Park earlier this month, with a record crowd and... Read More
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
You can see all our 1000 Words photos at once: Click on “1000 Words” in the menu at the top of the page, or click here. To submit a photo, send it to... Read More
First of free monthly nights at Thomas More College
Monthly free lectures by astronomers and free night sky viewing kick off Saturday at the Thomas More College’s... Read More
Not that long ago, Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West in Mount Washington/Cincinnati was practically a ghost town. Now it’s bursting at the seams.
With a... Read More
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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Get fit and give alms! Some 5K races in September:
New Race: Terri Kersey’s Climb
St. Bernard School teacher Terri Kersey traveled to Africa this summer to... Read More
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
Dayton native Molly Bruggeman, a 2010 graduate of Chaminade Julienne High School and a 2014 graduate of Notre Dame, rowed with two two gold medals-winning teams at the... 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
As school resumes and Catholic clubs, organizations, and classrooms embrace the wildly popular “ALS ice bucket challenge” as a way to help others, the... Read More
The Greater Cincinnati Performing Arts Society’s 2014-2015 season kicks off next month with two shows by Tommy Emmanuel, one of the world’s greatest guitarists and a... 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
The fourth freshman class for DePaul Cristo Rey High School assembled Monday for job training and school orientation, marking the beginning of the first year the... 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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Cincy Magazine named 19 Outstanding Educators — eight of them from Catholic schools — in its August “Best Schools” issues, which also profiled St.... Read More
Get fit and give alms! Catholic parishes, schools, and organizations hold 5K races all year long. Is yours missing?
NEW: St. Henry District High School
The first-ever... Read More
Two Notre Dame Academy Science Research students won gold medals at the International Genius Olympiad last month.
Ellen Kendall and Cassidy Ryan, juniors at the Park... Read More
Friends and alumni of the University of Dayton have until July 20th to say goodbye to UD’s Immaculate Conception Chapel. A ritual “leave-taking ceremony” after the... 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