Teen composers score music for WWII play at MCA
It’s not every day that high school students have the opportunity to partially score the music for a play.
But as Mount Carmel Academy fine arts department chair and teacher Kristi Jacobs read the script, “I Never Saw Another Butterfly,” she heard music as she imagined the performance and thought it would add to it.
Changes being made in justice system, sentencing
“We are our brother’s keeper,” said Deacon Biaggio DiGiovanni, executive director of Ozanam Inn homeless shelter, Oct. 3 at a short program prefacing the “Symposium on Re-entry and Systematic Change.”
Otis Washington, Avery Johnson named to La. Sports Hall of Fame
St. Augustine friends and family received some good news on Tuesday, which may temporarily soothe some of the sting the Catholic League’s defending football champion was feeling from an Oct. 11 loss to Gentilly rival Brother Martin.
‘Ministry Focus Team' members for synod
‘Praying for a Miracle’ opens at Old Ursuline Convent
Choirs to unite Oct. 23
Lovers of sacred music will have the rare opportunity to hear from more than a dozen local groups – including numerous Catholic choirs and vocalists from a Jewish temple – at the 25th annual “Gathering of Choirs” hosted by St. Clement of Rome Parish in Metairie.