St. Mary's Dominican High School

Christian Leadership Council

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.

Archbishop Aymond Addresses Dominican Students

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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.


Adopt-a-Family 2014

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Thursday, 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   …Continue Reading


Adopt A Family

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On Thursday, December 12 several Dad’s Club members loaded up their vehicles with gifts collected for the school’s annual Adopt-A-Family program. This year Dominican’s gifts and donations from the school’s students, alumnae, faculty, and staff support 300 individuals that include 70 families in the greater New Orleans region. The five different agencies receiving their assistance   …Continue Reading


Flowers for Our Neighbors

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  Dominican’s Christian Leadership Council planted spring flowers in decorated pots for Chateau de Notre Dame residents. The students personally decorated each flower pot with a cheerful message.


International Day of Peace

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This morning, Dominican student preachers distributed white ribbons to all students and faculty as they arrived at school for them to wear during the day.  Principal Carolyn Favre offered the morning prayer for peace, and announced that a special prayer and blessing would be offered at the end of each lunch period.  The art department   …Continue Reading


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