Food Review: Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken

Food Review: Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken

by Joy King Nothing says love like fried chicken. It’s typically one of the first dishes our children learn to love and many of us...

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A key to the city for POP student

A key to the city for POP student

If you found $900 while shopping at your favorite store, what would you do? Foster Dudley, a fourth grade student at Prince of Peace...

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Catholic Schools Week in Birmingham

Catholic Schools Week in Birmingham

Discover Catholic Schools Week is organized by the National Catholic Educational Association. January 26 - February 1 will mark "Celebrate Catholic Schools Week," a nationwide...

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John Carroll student accepted to U.S. Naval Academy

John Carroll student accepted to U.S. Naval Academy

John Carroll Catholic High School senior Nicholas Messina of Hoover has been accepted to the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD. Messina, who...

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Keeping them warm

Keeping them warm

by Matthew Allen Birmingham is always ranked highly on lists of cities that are most philanthropic, so it comes as no surprise that the...

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Meet Socks, the library cat

Meet Socks, the library cat

by Lauren Dowdle There’s nothing quite like curling up with a good book for a catnap, which is literally what Socks does every day, thanks...

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Student voices: LCBF fights for women

Student voices: LCBF fights for women

by Anna Sauceda, guest writer Anna Sauceda is a public relations student at UAB What comes to mind when you think of cancer? For many, it...

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A move in faith

A move in faith

Richard “Dick” Vigneulle often talked of one of his favorite verses of scripture. “Children are a heritage from the Lord, offspring a reward from...

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POP Catholic students visit Dauphin Island

POP Catholic students visit Dauphin Island

One of the highlights of the seventh grade at Prince of Peace Catholic  School in Hoover is the October trip to the Dauphin Island...

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