By Christine Bordelon, Clarion Herald Letting high school seniors know that they are never alone in the world and that God is their companion
Photo | COURTESY ST. SCHOLASTICA ACADEMY St. Scholastica Academy teamed with St. Paul’s in an exchange program with Colegio Cristóbal Colón, a Lasallian school
By Deacon Patrick Moran, Contributing writer More than 25 years ago, while serving as both rector of Notre Dame Seminary and the director of the
The Daughters of Divine Providence, a religious order founded in Italy in 1832, embarks on a new mission in the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico – building an “internata,” a home away from home where village children in first through eighth grade will live while attending the local school.
To help raise money for the project, the local Daughters of Divine Providence – Sisters Barbara Dichiara and Bernardetta D’Archivio – and their 12-member lay affiliates will host an exhibition, silent auction and sale of fine art, “A Gallery of Divine Providence,” Sept. 21, 7- 10 p.m. at Vintage Court in Covington.
Visiting Latin America for the second time in his pontificate, Pope Benedict XVI offered a message of hope for social progress rooted in