Louisiana student contributes to alma mater and environment

Our pope, cardinals, bishops and pastors have been preaching to us for years that we need to be good stewards of the environment God created.

One Catholic high school student in Louisiana must have paid attention because for his Eagle Scout project he helped rig his former elementary school with solar panels, taking some of the carbon footprints away from powering that facility.

In an article titled “Solar panels energize St. Margaret of Scotland Catholic School” on the Diocese of Lake Charles, La., Web site, readers are treated to an inspirational story about how a student integrated his Catholic faith with science.

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