Christian Leadership Council is designed to build leadership and to enhance personal and spiritual awareness in its members. CLC is open to all Dominican students. It is primarily an outreach organization which coordinates events and activities that benefit Dominican and the New Orleans metropolitan community. Traditional programs include Second Harvest Food Drive, Adopt-a-Family Christmas Program, Justice Awareness Week, and Walk for the Hungry. Meetings are held during the Lunch/Activity.
St. Mary’s Dominican High School’s annual Thanksgiving Basket Drive collected donations from students, alumnae and athletic teams for 81 Thanksgiving baskets that were distributed in conjunction with St. Rita Parish and Xavier University to provide Thanksgiving meals for families in the Gert Town community, Dominican’s neighbors. Dominican alumnae, spanning several class years, came …Continue Reading
It was all hands on the deck of a Pirate Ship at St. Mary’s Dominican High School, created by students from cans of food collected during their annual food drive. During the one-week drive, students participated in the Pirates of the ‘Can’ibbean, a competition between religion classes to collect the canned goods. Each religion teacher …Continue Reading
Friday, December 11, the Dads’ Club of St. Mary’s Dominican High School arrived on campus to load vehicles with gifts collected for the school’s annual Adopt-A-Family program. Each year Catholic Charities reaches out to schools in the Greater New Orleans area to be a part of their annual Adopt-A-Family program. Dominican’s gifts and donations from …Continue Reading
Dominican students and alumnae participated in the school’s annual Thanksgiving Basket drive. Their efforts resulted in donations for 96 Thanksgiving baskets that were distributed in conjunction with St. Rita Parish to provide Thanksgiving meals for families who reside in the Gert Town community. Click here for the photo gallery! A LETTER FROM KATIE ALMON, CAMPUS MINISTER …Continue Reading
Christian Leadership Council members at St. Mary’s Dominican High School collected Halloween candy and Jack-o-Lantern baskets for the Dominican Peace Center. On Halloween afternoon the Sisters of Peace distributed the collected sweets to trick-or-treating children in the Gert Town Neighborhood. The Dominican Peace Center, operated by the Dominican Sisters of Peace, provides community education and …Continue Reading
The Christian Leadership Council (CLC) hosted a special papal visitor on campus yesterday. For a $1 donation, the students were able to take pictures with Dominican’s special visitor. The donations support CLC. Click here to see the full photo gallery!
St. Mary’s Dominican High School students were invited by the Christian Leadership Council Club to “Take a Break with Jesus” during club period on Friday, January 23. Dominican alumna Lorraine Melito Hess ’86 led the time of reflection with inspirational music. Click here to see more photos!
Archbishop Gregory M. Aymond addresses members of St. Mary’s Dominican High School’s Christian Leadership Council and Pro-Life Club in the school’s Our Lady Queen of the Rosary Chapel. Invited by the two groups, the Archbishop’s address about pro-life issues was followed by a question and answer session.