Back-to-back for MCA, PJPII
Little has changed over the course of a year in the sport of volleyball.
Four of the five 2014 division champions flexed their muscles to win titles in the Allstate Sugar Bowl/LHSAA tournament again ... and in a big way.
‘God winks’ abound in legacy of Capt. Rod
The letter from Vietnam arrived at the Clarion Herald in late October 1965 and made its way into the Nov. 4, 1965, issue. The headline was simple: “Letter from an Orleanian in Vietnam.”
The message to Clarion Herald readers was just as direct: Please send soap and clothes for the refugee children orphaned or displaced by the war.
A rebirth at Blessed Seelos (St. Vincent de Paul)
When it was dedicated on April 24, 1866, St. Vincent de Paul Church in the Bywater neighborhood of New Orleans was the third-oldest Catholic church in the City of New Orleans, behind only St. Louis Cathedral and St. Patrick.
Getting on track with finances in marriage
Nearly every sociological study identifies financial pressure as the leading cause of marital discord and, ultimately, divorce.
Whether it’s the husband spending too much money going out to eat and drink with friends after work or the wife getting too friendly with the “easy pay” online operators at QVC, poor money decisions can haunt a marriage from the start.
Shared sacrifice is one couple’s answer
It took them awhile to arrive at their eureka moment, but Shelly and Chad Howat decided they needed to do something about the way in which they were living their drive-through lives.