By Archbishop Gregory M. Aymond Dear Young Church, He has risen! Alleluia! Alleluia! As we celebrate the great feast of Easter, we recall Jesus’
For many in New Orleans East living near Chef Menteur Highway, Feb. 7, 2017, is a date remembered alongside Hurricane Katrina’s landfall on Aug.
An increase in the number of students on state scholarships was seen this year in local Catholic schools after the state expanded the Louisiana Student Scholarship for Educational Excellence Program to include all parishes.
Today, 31 schools in the Archdiocese of New Orleans are educating approximately 3,200 students on scholarship, many who had been in failing schools previously.
Dr. Seuss rugs and lady bugs. Colorful blocks and kidney-shaped tables. All adorn the classrooms that will greet 12-month-olds to 3-year-olds attending Resurrection of Our Lord Catholic School’s new “Little Lambs Early Childhood” program.
“We want it to be warm and welcoming, and we want the children to come in and feel safe,” said Rhonda Meyer, assistant principal.
Light and darkness, truth and lies, hope and despair are in a constant battle in the world, but with his death and resurrection