Iraqi interpreter now on the other side of the desk
Ihssan Sharbar, 38, a native of Iraq, usually gets a surprise and a quiz every day when his two sons, Saif, a 9-year-old third grader, and Zaid, a 7-year-old first grader, come home from school.
Focus on one attitude or behavior to change during Lent
We are getting ready to enter into the season of Lent. Can you talk about the nature of the season?
Evangelization, Mardi Gras style
“Throw me something, Sister!” was the operative plea from the crowds Feb. 19 at the Krewe of Femme Fatale parade in New Orleans.
`Flower power' harnessed to teach saintly virtues
There are countless ways one can cultivate the virtue of “love of neighbor.”
Double the love! Twins galore at Christian Brothers
Last fall, administrators at Christian Brothers realized their school’s newly opened St. Anthony Campus had a very special claim to fame: the campus’ student body of 362 children included a mind-boggling 10 sets of twins.
Corpus Christi-Epiphany celebrates Black history
Corpus Christi-Epiphany parishioners and sisters Christy Lagarde-Spears and Michele Lagarde-May collaborated on an interactive tableau on Feb. 5