Holy Name of Jesus School celebrates 125th year
Always challenging students to strive for excellence in academics and how they treat others have been guiding principles of the Jesuit pastors, the School Sisters of Notre Dame, Mercy Sisters and lay staff that have served Holy Name of Jesus School in its 125-year history.
LHSAA board deliberates but keeps Bonine
BATON ROUGE – During a rare executive session July 25, the executive committee of the Louisiana High School Athletic Association questioned commissioner Eddie Bonine about unflattering comments he made about the organization’s intramural battles but decided not to buy out the remaining two years of his six-figure contract.
Florida teen reflects on week of service in NOLA
When most people think of mission trips, they envision teens and adults visiting Third World, impoverished countries. Little do they realize the poverty that plagues their own country, perhaps even their own towns.
Put as much time in marriage as the wedding day
The average cost of a wedding in the United States, according to popular wedding website The Knot, is around $30,000. How much time and energy do we spend planning out the details of that day?
Rebate program helps 908 students get Catholic education
A tuition assistance program established by the state of Louisiana in 2012 and funded by corporate and individual donors is growing at such a rate that about 900 students will qualify for tuition rebates to attend 57 Catholic elementary and secondary schools in the Archdiocese of New Orleans in the 2016-17 academic year.
Notre Dame Seminary facelifts near completion
If you’ve driven past Notre Dame Seminary on South Carrollton Avenue in the last several months, you may have noticed exterior work nearing completion, including a newly asphalted parking circle with angled lanes that doubles the number of spots available.