By Christine Bordelon It was 1968. Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert Kennedy had been assassinated. The Vietnam War was raging. Apollo 8 astronauts
When Barbara Green asks students at Xavier University what they do to offset the typical college stresses of writing papers and preparing for exams,
Parishioners at St. Katharine Drexel Parish in New Orleans celebrated a Creole Mass Sept. 23, courtesy of Father Jean Francois Tristant, pastor of Notre Dame Des Sept Douleurs in Grand Boulage, Haiti.
“You are so beneficial to me,” Father Tristant told a packed church through interpreter Wadner Pierre, a Loyola student. “The children of my parish knew I was coming here, and they said to tell you hello.”