Pope John Paul’s Hasenkampf is a very quick study
The appropriate question to ask Pope John Paul II High School senior Michelle Hasenkampf is when she finds the time to sleep.
Musical play portrays beauty of love in all forms
Driving in his car on the way to Mass listening to the music of Greg and Lizzie Boudreaux a few years ago, current Notre Dame seminarian Joey Martineck had a love story unfold clearly in his mind. It was inspired by the biblical story of Adam and Eve and St. John Paul II’s “Theology of the Body.”
Carrying the torch for 150 years
“It was quite a journey,” Holy Family Sister Clare of Assisi Pierre, president of St. Mary’s Academy, said about the resurrection of St. Mary’s after Hurricane Katrina in 2005. “It was only faith. I never could have imagined this (rebuilding the school). I just know I felt and Sister Jennie Jones (principal) felt a sense of obligation (to students) to return.”
Abp. Hannan Community Appeal exceeds goal
The goal of the annual Archbishop Hannan Community Appeal (AHCA) hasn’t wavered since its inception 51 years ago. The appeal raises money so Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans can help “the most vulnerable and needy in the eight civil parishes of the Archdiocese of New Orleans.”
Confirmation age will remain in the 11th grade
The archdiocese is reviewing its pastoral guidelines for the sacrament of confirmation. What is the purpose of that review and where does it stand at this point?
A funny thing happened on the way to confession
They say “confession is good for the soul.” I agree.