By Peter Finney Jr., Clarion Herald Commentary To look at Maureen Pratt is not to see the face of disability. For more than 20
By Peter Finney Jr., Clarion Herald Commentary Patrick “Concrete” Pierre, 35, earned his nickname in Brooklyn, where he grew up playing handball, steadily ascending
When former City Councilman Joseph DiRosa ran for mayor of New Orleans in 1977-78, he offered Jesuit Athletic Director Frank Misuraca the position of
Holy Cross will open a primary school for boys beginning in the 2015-16 school year on the grounds of Transfiguration of the Lord Parish in Gentilly, about a mile from its main campus on Paris Avenue.
Six years ago, St. Raphael the Archangel Church on Elysian Fields and Prentiss avenues nearly was obliterated by 10 feet of water, mud