Joe McKnight: A Friday night hero gone too soon
It was the one time that all of Louisiana was rooting for John Curtis Christian School. The Patriots went to Hoover, Alabama, in late September 2006 and whipped the top-ranked Hoover Bucs.
What will we do when Christian values are attacked?
My parents can tell you that one of my favorite indulgences when coming home for the Christmas holidays or breaks during college is plopping in front of the couch and turning on HGTV.
A plea for civility in politics, for our children’s sake
At the annual Christmas luncheon of the Council of Catholic School Cooperative Clubs last week, you made a point to repeat what you have said already about the mean-spirited nature of the recent national, state and local elections. Why did you think it was important to re-emphasize your concerns to the parents’ clubs?
St. Anthony’s Gardens: A senior haven
Stanley Bridges, 93, has been a lifelong resident of the northshore, growing up in St. Peter Parish in Covington, graduating from The St. Paul’s School and working for decades as a pharmacist at Hebert Drugs, dispensing medicine and his trademark laughter to his clients.
St. Roch Chapel repairs coming
Iconic St. Roch Cemetery will be the site of a Dec. 17 fund-raiser benefiting the restoration of its 140-year-old, Gothic-style chapel.
There’s a lot of bean-counting in ASH’s coffee biz
Seven seniors at the Academy of the Sacred Heart have spent this year learning about financial concepts and entrepreneurship in a new “Financial Literacy” course taught by Aubrey Miller, owner of PJ’s Coffee on Magazine Street.