By Beth Donze On Halloween – the day that literally means “the eve of All Saints” – students at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School
“Catholic education is at the heart and mission of the church,” Deacon Drea Capaci read Sept. 22 as a petition at the ground-breaking ceremony
A crowd of 1,500 people waited anxiously in the dark outside the finally completed Divine Mercy Catholic Church in Kenner Nov. 16, anticipating walking into their new church for the first time. For some, the wait seemed short, considering it took more than three decades to get there.
“What a wonderful night,” Archbishop Aymond told the excited crowd at the rite of dedication Mass. “It is a blessed night as we come together to dedicate and consecrate this parish.”
When placed in the hands of a beginner, the violin has the capacity to make listeners cringe and wish they had earplugs.
The St. Elizabeth Ann Seton fourth graders agreed it was the most memorable “board game” they had ever played. Equipped with a range of