By Beth Donze In the uncertain months following Hurricane Katrina, Kathleen Calder was reminded of the powerful role yearbooks played in the lives of
By Beth Donze Reverence for human life – and the holy rosary – came together beautifully at St. Francis Xavier School on Oct. 6.
When she began teaching art at St. Francis Xavier School in 2006, Kelly Bates looked up and had an epiphany: Why not use some of the school’s acoustic ceiling tiles as canvases for original works of student art?
Last fall, when Michael Buisson III created his own spin on George Rodrigue’s “Blue Dog,” his favorite element was a small tombstone cross he had painted into a cemetery scene of the famous canine.
Msgr. Andrew Taormina celebrated 25 years as pastor at St. Francis Xavier and his golden anniversary as a priest June 9. A reception was