Journalist returns to Catholic High School When Kane Webb was a senior at Catholic High School for Boys in Little Rock, he decided he had to be a sportswriter. In 1982 Webb’s English teacher, Keith Bersey, suggested he consider the School of Journalism at the University of Missouri. He did, and the decision was the start of his writing career. Webb spent most of the next 23 years writing sports, features and opinion pieces for newspapers, including the Arkansas Democrat, Arkansas Gazette and Arkansas Business.
School witnessing power of prayer with traveling cross When Patty O’Brien, Immaculate Conception School’s religion teacher, was trying to think of ways to encourage prayer among her students and their families, she remembered two, 10-inch pine crucifixes, affixed to pedestals, that Msgr. William Galvin, their former pastor, used to circulate to encourage families throughout the parish to pray for vocations.