Kids’ Clarion: A chronicle of hope
I’m a great grandmother whose little ones are now grown and have babies of their own. I read the November pages of Kids’ Clarion in its entirety and enjoyed it so much, especially the articles about St. Louis King of France students visiting the seminary, the Immaculate Conception School program that allows students to read to shelter dogs, and the Donut Man’s program for St. Ann children.
It is good that, through your efforts, the entire Archdiocese of New Orleans is getting to see some of the benefits of Catholic education. It would be great if public school teachers who read the Clarion Herald and catechism teachers were to incorporate some of the same programs for their students.
Thanks for a job very well done! Keep up the good work.
St. Rosalie Parish