St. Aloysius football book offers historic snippets
If you are a local prep sports fan and a New Orleans history buff, you will thoroughly enjoy reading Sacred Heart Brother Neal Golden’s self-published book titled, “St. Aloysius Football (1921-1968): The Men Who Never Say Die.”
Broadcasters to address Men’s Morning of Spirituality
Three veterans of local television news – Bob Breck of Fox 8, Karen Swensen of WWL and Ed Daniels of ABC26 WGNO – will share their Catholic faith on the theme “God is My Anchor” Feb. 20 at the 21st Morning of Men’s Spirituality at St. Anthony of Padua Church, 4640 Canal St., New Orleans.
Catholic schools foster works of mercy
Archbishop Gregory Aymond accepts the offertory gifts from students at the Catholic Schools Week Mass Feb. 4 at St. Dominic Church in New Orleans. Each school participating in the Mass also brought up a scroll indicating how it would live out the corporal and spiritual works of mercy this year.
Seminarian offers his gift of music to the church
On Divine Mercy Sunday last year, John Guerra, a 19-year-old seminarian at St. Joseph Seminary College, and his younger sister Olivia, a freshman at Mount Carmel Academy, were messing around on the family’s grand piano.
Grade-level changes, scholarships and seminaries
We now have about two years of history with the strategic plan for Catholic schools in the archdiocese. One of the biggest shifts was in the grade-level structure, with elementary schools concluding in the seventh grade and high schools going from eighth grade to 12th grade. How do you think the plan has worked out?
Lenten, Easter regulations
Lenten and Easter regulations, as well as Nights for Confession, have been provided by the archdiocese.