Last week, our editor invited anyone who had visited any of the countries involved in the recent terror attacks to write in with whatever observations they may have. I’ve visited France and its capitol many times over the years and have lots of French friends. Not surprisingly, I took the recent events personally.
Thankfully, the 2015 election season is finally over. After six months of attack ads and sound bites filled with personal accusations and character assassinations, we can move on as a state and get to work on the issues at hand.
Pope Francis announced a Jubilee Year of Mercy beginning on Tuesday, Dec. 8, and ending on Nov. 20, 2016.
A Jubilee Year, or Holy Year, is so designated as a special time for people of faith to grow in holiness through pilgrimage and other religious observances.
The brutal attacks in Paris have once again shown us how vulnerable innocent life is.
Sympathy, support and prayers to the French people have flooded in from across the globe as people of all colors and creeds have condemned the attacks.
The headline “BHS gets an ‘A,’ PAHS falls to a ‘D,’” published in the Nov. 5 edition of The West Side Journal, is absolutely detrimental and misleading for Port Allen High School. Your article contains great info, but how many people will actually take the time to read the entire article? How many will look at that headline and think negatively about PAHS?