Holy Cross students give morning to Tad Gormley
Brandishing rakes and industrial strength Hefty bags, a group of Holy Cross students learned a major life lesson while hunched in the bowels of Tad Gormley Stadium one recent Thursday morning: Many people do not think they are “littering” if they successfully hide their trash.
All who God created have gifts, should be included
We are indeed blessed! In 1987, my wife Joy traveled to Medgorje and prayed to the Blessed Mother about having a third child – our daughter Margaret was excelling at the Academy of the Sacred Heart, and our son Chris was doing well and living the dream at Stuart Hall.
A shared secret kept a couple in a lifetime of hurt
Kathleen and Jim made the decision in 1980. They were about to get married, but they were pregnant, and how embarrassing would that look when their first child together was born a few months after their wedding?
Two women who modeled Christian life
There were two laywomen that you knew well who passed away recently – Blanche Francis, the wife of former Xavier president Dr. Norman Francis, and Florence Herman, who worked at the Clarion Herald for 45 years. What are your recollections about each person?
Homeless often shower blessings upon the housed
Staffers at the Harry Tompson Center – providers of daytime shelter and other vital services to homeless individuals living in Downtown New Orleans – have lost count of the times they assumed they were doing the helping, only to discover their homeless guests were the ones helping them grow spiritually.
Catholic leaders gather to strengthen their ministry
The person who stitches together all job descriptions and the inter-relationships that make a school or an institution into a functioning whole is an “administrator,” said Ann Garrido