Unsolicited acts of kindness noticed at OLPS, Chalmette
As the middle-school disciplinarian at Our Lady of Prompt Succor in Chalmette, teacher Stacie Seube was on a perpetual lookout for ways to reduce the number of student complaints about their peers.
St. Catherine seventh grader mourned by classmates
The following is an excerpt of the homily given by Father Tim Hedrick, parochial vicar at St. Catherine of Siena, at the Funeral Mass Dec. 3 for Clifton Neyrey, who died in a car wreck.
When a wannabe ‘superhero’ gets married
It’s easy to get excited when somebody talks about love as “self-gift.” We all want to give ourselves, holding nothing back for the one we love.
No one has stumped the Jedi Master in 50 years
Neal Golden couldn’t really do much with a curve ball, but growing up in St. Raphael Parish and later attending the Sacred Heart Brothers’ Cor Jesu High School in Gentilly, he loved playing baseball and basketball.
Martin named new headmaster of Holy Cross School
Holy Cross School has named Sean P. Martin (class of 1992) as its new headmaster. The appointment is effective Saturday, July 1, 2017, following the retirement of current headmaster Charles J. DiGange on Friday, June 30, 2017, after 13 years of service as headmaster (July 2004-June 2016).
Online radio broadcasts from Loyola University
Diversity best describes the programming on the 11-year-old, online Crescent City Radio station broadcast from Loyola University New Orleans seven days a week, 24 hours a day.