Our Lady of the Mount, Lookout Mountain, Ga.: Celebrating community

Part of the Faith on the Border series By Dan McWilliams Lookout Mountain’s Catholic church is only a short distance from the Tennessee line and draws many people from the Chattanooga area. Father Tom Shuler is pastor of the border parish that sits inside Georgia. “It presents an interesting situation …

Cheer, cheer, for old Notre Dame

Chattanooga high school looks to the future as it celebrates its history By Dan McWilliams The historic Chattanooga high school, which has witnessed reconstruction, the transition from candles to electric light, the creation of the telephone, the shift from horses to automobiles, two world wars and many other conflagrations, and …

Chattanooga Catholic football team has undefeated season

2015 marks squad’s first no-loss season in 50 years and fifth overall dating back to 1949 By Anthony Jackson The Chattanooga Catholic football team recently completed a perfect season, going 11-0 in 2015. The Catholic Rams are a middle school football program composed of students from two Chattanooga schools: Our …

‘How could it happen?’

Bishop Stika offers message of faith, forgiveness as Chattanoogans mourn deaths of servicemen By Bill Brewer and Jim Wogan An outpouring of sympathy and prayer has embraced the Chattanooga community and the families of five military men who were slain last month by a gunman who opened fi re on …

Second annual Irish Bowl kicks off high school football

East Tennessee’s two Catholic football teams kick off their seasons tonight in Chattanooga when Notre Dame hosts Knoxville Catholic in the second annual Irish Bowl. The game kicks off at 7:30 p.m. Bishop Richard F. Stika and Sister Mary Marta Abbott, RSM, superintendent of Catholic Schools, will be at the …