Our Feature Articles:
March 14, 2013
Qui sibi nomen imposuit Fransiscum. Who has chosen to call himself, Francis. These words announced from the Balcony of St. Peter’s Basilica by Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran made known the first decision of the new Holy Father, Pope Francis. Previously, Pope Francis was called Jorge Bergoglio. Why did he change his name?
March 8, 2013
As Catholics around the world begin the penitential season of Lent, the Year of Faith has come into full effect. Pope Benedict XVI has described the Year of Faith as a “summons to an authentic and renewed conversion to the Lord, the One Savior of the world” (Porta Fidei, 6) but what does that mean? How can the Faithful respond to this call?
March 5, 2013
Eighth grade recipients of the American Way Award listened attentively Feb. 9 inside the Nolan Catholic High School auditorium as speakers praised their exemplary attitude toward God and country, but the actions of a younger student are what captured their imaginations.
March 4, 2013
Noreen Fitzgerald was too young to learn Bible stories or recite prayers, but in the eyes of some St. Vincent de Paul parishioners, the baby girl who died at the age of 10 months, is a saint.
February 26, 2013
It’s the school you might wish you could have attended yourself, with no bullying, no cliques, and no lunchroom drama allowed. Classes are small in size and self-paced, led by cheerful, empathetic teachers who also serve as a protective presence in the parking lot and in the brightly painted hallways.