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Our Lady of Lourdes School is a kindergarten through eight grade Catholic parochial school serving 275 boys and girls in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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Educate the whole person by promoting the spiritual, moral, intellectual, emotional, and physical development of each student in a value-centered environment of mutual respect. 

 

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School Supplies

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EPI and the PTO are working together to make Back to School Supply Shopping easy!  The supply lists are individualized per grade.  The supplies will be shipped directly to school.  PTO will put the child's name on their pack and put it on their homeroom desk by Open House!  It's that easy!  Order online at: www.educationalproducts.com/ShopPacks School ID: OUR104 Sale ends on June 14, 2021.

St. John Bosco Youth Group

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The St. John Bosco Youth Group is an awesome place to meet Catholic teens who are growing in their faith a little more each day. The Youth Group brings teens together each week to learn about their faith, to grow in their faith and in community, and to strengthen their faith so they can go out into the world and be "Fishers of men" -Matthew 4:19

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What our parents say about us

 

  • “It’s not just a school, it’s a community of teachers, faculty, parents and priests; and because of this community, we think our children are much better prepared to face their next steps in life. Our decision nine years ago was a good one.” - Parent of students in grades 8, 7 and 4.

  • “Our Lady of Lourdes not only focuses on education but the staff also stresses a great moral environment which I believe has had a great influence on my children.  As my children have developed into teenagers, I believe Our Lady of Lourdes’ teaching has truly helped them make good education and good moral decisions during these tough teenage years.” - Parent of students in grade 8.

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How Parents Witness
Faith to Their Children

                                                                                                

I’ll never forget the image. I was about eight years old, and I got up in what I thought was the middle of the night to go to the bathroom (turns out it was only about 11:30 p.m.), and as I passed my parents’ bedroom, I saw my dad on his knees saying his prayers. I knew he was a man of faith who went to church every Sunday, but I had not witnessed this very personal side of his faith. I guess I was very lucky: some kids catch their parents doing something bad, while I caught my dad in the act of doing something very inspiring. Neither of my parents really sat me down to teach me Catholic doctrine. (I got that from Catholic school.) However, by their witness, I learned what it means to live as a Catholic. In this episode of Pop-Up Catechesis, we explore how parents can witness faith to their children.