‘Day of Prayer for Peace in Our Communities’
WASHINGTON – Prayers for peace at Catholic schools and parishes around the country Sept. 9 are meant to “build relationships and plant seeds in people’s minds and hearts” said Bishop Shelton J. Fabre
Catholic Charities believes in edge Head Start gives
Marianite Sister Marjorie Hebert, president and CEO of Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans (CCANO), can attest to how important education is, having spent a quarter of a century as a teacher and administrator.
Can you unplug for a day?
How many of us have seriously thought about “unplugging”?
Separate playoffs proving to be costly to LHSAA
The time-tested axiom, which states, “The devil is in the details,” perfectly exemplifies the dilemma of formatting future state tournaments that require the separation of public and non-public schools.
Apologists, catechists, theologians: Wake up!
After perusing the latest Pew Study on why young people are leaving the active practice of Christianity, I confess that I just sighed in exasperation.
Dominicans to mark 800 years of preaching at Oct. 27 gala
In 1215, Dominic Guzman recognized the need for a new type of organization to address the spiritual needs of the growing cities of the era, one that would combine dedication and systematic education. He and six companions subjected themselves to the monastic rules of prayer and penance.