Following their run in the inaugural Battleship 12K on November 15 St. Mary’s Dominican High School Dads’ Club vice president Enrique Monzon (from left) and Dominican faculty Wayne Rupp, Theron Ferry, and Ryan Reuter pose in front of the U.S.S. Alabama Battleship. Battleship 12K was a patriotic run to honor of those who served our …Continue Reading
On Friday, November 13th, 3 members of Dominican’s Student Preaching Team helped lead St. Catherine of Siena’s 7th Grade Retreat. They were joined by students from Archbishop Chapelle, Shaw, Rummel and Mount Carmel Academy. Chloe Dusang, Emily Munch and Virginia Quinlan pose for a picture in front of their alma mater during recess at the …Continue Reading
During a Spiritual Adoption for Unborn Babies, presented in Our Lady Queen of the Rosary Chapel by the Prolife Club at St. Mary’s Dominican High School, more than 60 students spiritually adopted a baby in danger of being aborted and pledged to pray for the baby during the next nine months. Each student named her …Continue Reading
VEGITAS (Truth in Vegetables) St. Mary’s Dominican High School students tried a vegetarian lunch from the Vegitas (Truth in Vegetables) menu of chef-inspired vegan and vegetarian fare. The Southwestern Veggie Bonanza menu featured a bean and cheese tostada, served with a choice of Arroz (Cuban black beans and rice) or Black bean, corn and edamame salad, …Continue Reading
Members of the junior and senior classes were honored to participate in the first Mass held in the newly renovated Our Lady Queen of the Rosary Chapel at the Rosaryville Spirit Life Center. The chapel was built by Dominican Father John Curran for the people of Manchac, Louisiana, and recloated to Rosaryville. Fr. Curran made a …Continue Reading
Members of Dominican’s Ecology and Stewardship Club participated in Super Saturday Volunteer Day at City Park. They mulched trails in the Couturie Forest. Here’s a picture from a hill in the forest which is the highest point in NOLA…42 feet above sea level.
St. Mary’s Dominican High School Sophomores learned life lessons about the consequences of impaired driving, distracted driving and not using a seat belt when they attended a Sudden Impact program at University Medical Center and Touro. The seven-hour program for high school sophomores was created by the LSU Level 1 Trauma Center in New Orleans …Continue Reading
Congratulations to all of St. Mary’s Dominican High School’s scholarship recipients at the St. Martin de Porres Scholarship Ceremony. Click here for the photo gallery!