Lois Stern de Gruy was 11 years old in 1938 when her Jewish father, Jerome, heard something about the citywide procession to City Park
On the very day Blessed John Paul II is declared a saint of the Roman Catholic Church, some lucky person will go home with an artwork showing the holy father in the twilight of his life – his head bowed in prayer, his eyes crinkled shut, his hands clasped firmly on his famously simple crozier.
Our Lady of Divine Providence Parents’ Club in Metairie won the Club of the Year award at the annual banquet of the Council of
It is now appropriate to address Geneveev the Giraffe as “Madam President” – at least at Our Lady of Divine Providence School. The pseudo
Father Mike Mitchell realized he could draw with nearly photographic precision as a fifth grader, after sketching a classmate playing marbles at recess.