Food shed part of St. Christopher’s Catholic identity
After the daily morning Mass, back in the years when he worked long hours as a professional electrician, Bob Rauch would watch in quiet admiration as two elderly men hauled boxes of parishioner-donated canned goods from the vestibule of St. Christopher Church to the “food shed” – a small building on parish grounds for the storage and assembly of emergency food for those who were having a tough time making ends meet.
New windows at Holy Name replicate the originals
When Holy Name of Jesus students return to their classrooms next month, a major enhancement to their campus is likely to go unnoticed.
New presidents, principals named for Catholic schools
New presidents and principals have been named for the 2014-2015 school year at some Catholic elementary and high schools.
This is the correct Vietnamese flag
In the July 5 issue, the Clarion Herald published an eight-page section detailing the history of Vietnamese Catholics in the Archdiocese of New Orleans. Due to an editing error, the Clarion Herald published an incorrect flag representing the Republic of Vietnam. The yellow flag with three red stripes is the flag of Vietnamese Nationalist anti-communists – in Vietnam as well as overseas – who left the country due to the violations of human rights by the communist regime. This flag flew over South Vietnam until 1975. The Clarion Herald regrets the error.