New Notre Dame Seminary rector making fast tracks
His black-and-gold Pittsburgh Steelers “Terrible Towel” – a gift from a couple in the Steel City whose wedding Mass he celebrated – is tacked neatly on the mantle of his new office at Notre Dame Seminary.
But Father James Wehner says he has told seminarians and faculty members one thing as he takes over as the new rector-president of Notre Dame: he knows very well that he lives in fleur-de-lis country.
Registration set for Our Lady of Holy Cross College
Registration begins Aug. 7 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. for the fall semester 2012 for first-time students at Our Lady of Holy Cross College. Transfer and returning students can register later that day from 4-7 p.m. Both registrations will be in the Basil Moreau Center.
Graduate students may register at 4:30 p.m., in classroom 16 of the main building, and those registering for teacher certificate may register at 4:30 p.m. in classroom 14 of the main building.
CYO renews faith through Steubenville conference
A bus packed with 26 energetic teenagers from St. Rita CYO in Harahan embarked July 12 on a faith-filled voyage to Atlanta.
Making a pit stop at the city’s Six Flags theme park, they spent time in community with one another. They went seeking thrills, but not simply for the sake of having a good time. They were traveling to better know Christ through community, and their final destination was the Steubenville High School Youth Conference.
Workcamp leads teens to Christ through service
It was a mission of service, but at its core, it was a mission of faith.
More than 200 teens and young adults from across the United States traveled to New Orleans in June with a mission to serve as part of the Catholic Heart Workcamp program.
Relay for Life draws more than a dozen CYOs
More than 400 teens and adults gathered July 13 for the 13th annual CYO Relay for Live event for the American Cancer Society held at St. Clement of Rome’s school yard in Metairie.