Catholic high school tuition chart for 2012-13
The 22 Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese of New Orleans provide more than 13,000 students with a holistic education that emphasizes faith, academics and service. Click on the link for tuition and contact information for each school.
Isaac brings Mass, archbishop to a Rigolets lounge
No, there is no mistaking the Yellow Store at the foot of The Rigolets bridge on Chef Menteur Highway for the Sistine Chapel.
The local bar has everything a friendly watering hole would want – neon Budweiser signs, a video poker room and table-top Bud Light containers holding bottles of ketchup, mustard, hot sauce, menus and napkins.
Msgr. Joseph Lorio eulogized in childhood Plaquemine church
Archbishop Aymond kicks off Loyola's speaker series
Archbishop Gregory Aymond will be the first speaker Sept. 20 at 7 p.m. to kick off Loyola University's Presidential Centennial Guest Series. His topic will be, "Catholic Education: Gifts and Challenges in 2012 and Beyond.” The presentation will be held in the Louis J. Roussel Performance Hall, located in the Communications/Music Complex, on Loyola's main campus.
Plaquemines Parish slowly rebuilds after Isaac
They have made it a little closer to home.
On Sept. 4, 69 residents from Plaquemines Parish who were evacuated to shelters in northern Louisiana after Hurricane Isaac arrived at the former St. Louise de Marillac Catholic School in Arabi, which was converted after Hurricane Katrina into living quarters for recovery volunteers.
“God bless you,” Archbishop Aymond told the weary pilgrims as they disembarked a bus after a five-hour journey from the Jewella Street shelter in Shreveport.