Matthew Moscona ’00 Named Catholic High School’s Distinguished Graduate for 2016
Catholic High School graduate and sports talk radio host Matthew Moscona í´00, was honored by the Diocese of Baton Rouge as Catholic High Schoolí´s distinguished graduate during its annual Distinguished Graduate Awards Dinner on Feb. 1, 2016.
In his address, Moscona reiterated his commitment to his Catholic faith and Catholic education. íÍCatholic education is much more than just simply an education, ití´s a way of life,íñ he noted. íÍI wouldní´t be who I am today without my years in Catholic schools nourishing the seeds of faith that my parents planted during my childhood.íñ
Moscona, is gracious in giving his time and talent to several worthwhile causes throughout the Baton Rouge area, including the Wounded Warriors Project and the awareness of the prevention of heart disease. In addition, he serves as the voice of the Catholic High Bears each Friday night during football season, calling the schoolí´s radio broadcast.
In addition to Moscona, three other Catholic High School graduates were among the distinguished graduates recognized by the Diocese í Dixon McMakin í´05 (St. Aloysius School), Dr. Kevin Rogers í´99 (St. Alphonsus School) and Horace Crochet í´92 (Holy Family School).
Congratulations to Moscona, McMakin, Rogers and Crochet for remaining committed to their Catholic faith and Catholic education.