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Crusaders to Host Miracle League on Farley Field

Crusaders to Host Miracle League on Farley Field

Join us for an All-Star Weekend on Saturday, May 23rd for a Miracle League of Greater New Orleans clinic and game on Farley Field.  Starting at 9:00 am, members of the Crusader baseball program will host a clinic going over fielding, throwing, and hitting drills.  There will also be …

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Spera ’85 Writes on “Marty Gras”

Spera ’85 Writes on “Marty Gras”

Keith Spera ’85 of NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune wrote and published a story promoting the upcoming “Marty Gras” benefit concert on May 28th at Tipitina’s. The article follows Stanton Moore’s ’90 journey as a Brother Martin drummer under the direction of Marty Hurley and the lessons learned for a lifetime …

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Crusaders End Spring with Successful Outing Against Slidell

Crusaders End Spring with Successful Outing Against Slidell

At the end of the spring season, Brother Martin proved there is a lot to look forward to as a Crusader fan in the 2015 season.

Slidell struck first scoring on a 43-yard reception deep down the middle of the field and later scoring a 12-yard touchdown. However, after the …

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Get Your “Marty Gras” Tickets Now!

Get Your “Marty Gras” Tickets Now!

Brother Martin High School presents the 1st Annual “Marty Gras” sponsored by Dave’s Pharmacy (Anna & David Jouandot ’78).  ”Marty Gras” is a benefit concert that will be held in honor of Mr. Marty Hurley, the former band director at Brother Martin High School for 37 years. In order …

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St. Aloysius Class of ’66 Annual Crawfish Boil

St. Aloysius Class of ’66 Annual Crawfish Boil

St. Aloysius Class of ’66 held their annual crawfish boil at Mike Buras’ home last weekend.  The group shared stories of high school memories and caught up on what’s new with each other.  Special guests included Bro. Paul Montero and Bro Lee Barker.


Seward ’13 Named Southland Conference Baseball Player of the Year

Seward ’13 Named Southland Conference Baseball Player of the Year

Southeastern Lion and Brother Martin alumnus Jacob Seward ’13 has been named the Southland Conference Baseball Player of the Year! Seward finished the season ranked among the top-seven players in six different categories. The sophomore was second in on base percentage (.457) and runs scored (47), third in hits (74), …

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Southern California Chapter Crawfish Boil

Southern California Chapter Crawfish Boil

Alumni, friends and family gathered at Dominick’s in West Hollywood, CA for the annual chapter crawfish boil.  Brandon Boudet ’89, co-owner and executive chef at Dominick’s, hosted the event.  Guests enjoyed crawfish, oysters on the half-shell, soft-shell crab and roast beef po-boys and sno-balls.

Gold Sponsors

Brandon Boudet ’89

Larry Delpit ’48

Eddie Dyer …

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Dynamic Duo

Dynamic Duo

The upcoming football season looks to be a special one for the Brother Martin Crusaders, especially at the tight end position. The Crusaders have two tight ends on their offense getting serious interests from college scouts.

Irv Smith (left) is the second highest ranked tight end in Louisiana with good …

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St. Aloysius Class of 1965 Celebrates 50 Years

St. Aloysius Class of 1965 Celebrates 50 Years

The St. Aloysius Class of 1965 celebrated their 50-year reunion in grand style at Chateau Country Club on Saturday, May 9th.  Alumni and their guests enjoyed delicious food and beverages and live entertainment.  Special guests included Brother Lee Barker and Brother Paul Montero.  Harry Buisson, Billy Kraus, Warren Meyer, …

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CGN Financial Professionals Form New Group

CGN Financial Professionals Form New Group

Financial services professionals of the Crimson & Gold Network met as a subgroup for the first time on May 8th in the Terrace for a round-table discussion.  Lead by Jeremy Mipro ’03 and Tim Bennett ’03, the group discussed the goals and hopeful outcomes of this subset of alumni. …

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Dr. Michael Finan ’77 Named Director of USA Mitchell Cancer Institute

Dr. Michael Finan ’77 Named Director of USA Mitchell Cancer Institute

University of South Alabama President Dr. Tony Waldrop has named Dr. Michael Finan ’77 as director of the USA Mitchell Cancer Institute. Finan’s appointment follows a national search process and a unanimous recommendation by the search committee.

Finan will provide strategic direction to MCI and will oversee both clinical and …

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2015 Alumni Seafood Dinner

2015 Alumni Seafood Dinner

Alumni gathered in the Benson Mall for the annual Seafood Dinner on May 1st. Guests enjoyed boiled crawfish prepared by Johnny Randazzo ’96, of Johnny’s Seafood, fried seafood prepared and served by Brother Martin Food Services and refreshments. Members of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart Alumni Board assisted …

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Class of 2015 Farewell Lunch

Class of 2015 Farewell Lunch

The Alumni Association and the Crimson & Gold Network hosted the Senior Farewell Lunch in The Benson Mall. Sysco Foods, Brother Martin Food Services and volunteer moms corroborated to present a steak meal to the senior class, alumni dads and alumni grandfathers.

Thanks to our sponsors!

Dr. Carol Foti ’58 CJ

Ed …

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Dallas Spring Chapter Party

Dallas Spring Chapter Party

Members of the Dallas Alumni Chapter met recently at Dodie’s Reef in Dallas, TX.  Dallas alumni and a guest were invited to a “New Orleans Style” social with boiled crawfish, gumbo, jambalaya, red beans and rice, salad, bread pudding and drinks. Tommy Mitchell ’79, Development Director, was present to update the attendees …

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Doctor Duo Opens New Practice

Doctor Duo Opens New Practice

Dr. Parker Velargo ’00 and Dr. Russell Hendrick, Jr. ’00, co-owners and co-founders of New Orleans Center for Aesthetics and Plastic Surgery, are proud to announce the Grand Opening of their brick and mortar plastic surgery practice location. The Grand Opening event of New Orleans Center for Aesthetics and Plastic Surgery took …

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