Fountain pens are objects of fascination for priest
It didn’t hurt that his table overlooked a cobalt-blue crater lake, but it wasn’t the spectacular scenery that sent Father Kyle Sanders into bursts of euphoria at a restaurant in Nicaragua in 2012.
Shooting from the hip: Caruso learned at Arthurs’ side
Phillip Caruso was a sophomore at Archbishop Rummel High School in 1972 when he walked into yearbook moderator Bill Arthurs’ office.
New Orleans chef found niche at Ursuline Academy
Chef Melissa Hinton believes she was put on this earth to cook. And, when she dies, she wants to go to heaven from the kitchen.
“I’m going to do this the rest of my life,” she said. “I love the kitchen. It’s my sanctuary.”
Abbey Youth Fest: Wet but blessed
“Be it done unto me” turned out to be a fitting theme for Abbey Youth Fest 2017 as organizers, speakers, youth leaders and hundreds of young Catholics responded with grace and aplomb as heavy rains
Church to immigrants: ‘We are with you’
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) Administrative Committee, of which Archbishop Gregory Aymond is a member, issued a pastoral reflection March 22 in solidarity
SSA’s bowling team knocking down the competition
St. Scholastica Academy bowler Megan Bounds shows her form as she releases the bowling ball. The SSA Doves are undefeated this season.
The thunderous roll of the ball. The sound of the pins crashing when struck. The camaraderie among team members. All three comprise the allure of bowling at St. Scholastica Academy in Covington.