A passion for all life
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Mother Teresa once said, “It is a poverty that a child must die, so that you may live as you wish.”
Mentors needed for children of the incarcerated
John Messenheimer said he would never have known how much fun assembling a basketball hoop could be, were it not for the 10-year-old boy sitting next to him, anxiously awaiting the hoop’s completion.
OLHCC to seek northshore possibilities
Our Lady of Holy Cross College (OLHCC) is considering a plan to offer a master’s degree program in educational leadership on the northshore by teaching classes on the campus of Archbishop Hannan High School, said Lisa Sullivan, professor and chair of education at the college.
Wynhoven: New dialysis, memory units
Dialysis treatment is now being offered in-house to residents at Wynhoven Health Care Center, a ministry of the Archdiocese of New Orleans.
St. Mary’s Academy artist puts focus on Christ
Garbed in a white robe and an emerald-green stole, the Risen Christ hovers in front of a heavily leafed tree to symbolize that the wood of his cross is no longer barren but teeming with life.
New scholarship opportunities for locals at Ave Maria
Five college scholarships specifically for New Orleans-area high school graduates are now available at Ave Maria University, a Catholic liberal arts college in Florida.