Memorial erected for children of SEAS, Divine Mercy
Each family’s story was different, but each gathered July 11 for a common reason – they had lost a child too soon and want everyone to remember their children’s lives.
Founding Clarion editor Comar created a winner
Emile M. Comar Jr., who in 1963 turned the fledgling Clarion Herald into one of country’s finest diocesan newspapers and who later became the Archdiocese of New Orleans’ lead lobbyist with the Louisiana Legislature, died July 21 in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi. He was 89.
When baby parts are worth more than the baby
When you cut through the tortured logic Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards employs to defend the primacy of privacy over the natural law, what you are left with, unfortunately for the nation’s abortion Goliath, is the child.
St. Ann National Shrine to hold 90th anniversary July 28
St. Ann Church and National Shrine will celebrate the Feast of St. Ann and the 90th anniversary of the shrine July 28 from 6 to 8 p.m. at St. Ann Church, 3601 Transcontinental Drive in Metairie.
LHSAA comes to terms with officials on pay, representation issues
High school sports officials won the day when negotiations with the Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA) yielded the considerations they sought, both in terms of game pay and having a voice in matters that pertain to their job performance.
Youth learn to ‘Be the Voice’ at Right to Life event
About 100 youth and young adults from across the state gathered July 10 for a night of pro-life testimony and witness at the “Be the Voice” event of the National Right to Life Convention hosted at the New Orleans Marriott.