From across globe, two students fit in at St. Mary’s
Two juniors at St. Mary’s Academy are worlds away from the school they attended just last year but are enjoying their new experience here in New Orleans.
‘Shrine on Airline’ hardly a substitute for Gormley
The trade-out is a Friday night football game.
I get that because Friday has always been the prime night for high school games.
Henriette’s legacy is her community’s love for poor
The recently opened exhibit, “The Life and Legacy of Henriette Delille,” which runs through Sept. 1, 2017
Religious sister finds her niche as pediatric nurse
As grueling as it is to care for children with grave medical conditions, Sister Thu Mai Nguyen finds herself missing her little patients almost as soon as she leaves her 12-hour shifts as a registered nurse on Ochsner Hospital’s pediatric floor.
Pray for healing
Archbishop Gregory Aymond, kneeling at right, celebrated the annual Mass for the Victims and Survivors of Violence Oct. 16
Loyalty based on track record of fidelity, teachers told
How to gain and maintain loyalty was the message of James Kane when speaking Oct. 13 to educators from Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida at the 50th annual Catholic Administrators Conference held in Mississippi.