Restorative artist feels blessed by the Baptist
When Gianna Salande completed her meticulous overhaul of a statue of Jesus at rest in his tomb, she assumed the emotional project would mark her retirement as a restorer of sacred art.
Expansion of Assumption of Mary marks new era
On Divine Mercy Sunday April 23, parishioners of Assumption of Mary Church in Avondale dedicated its new entrance and bell tower with a procession of their patroness, Assumption of Mary, and also a Divine Mercy picture as well as a blessing and Mass celebrated by Archbishop Gregory Aymond.
Mercy comes from a loving God
On April 23, the second Sunday of Easter, Archbishop Emeritus Alfred Hughes celebrated Divine Mercy Sunday to a filled St. Joseph Church on Tulane Avenue in New Orleans.
Archdiocese announces new pastors, parochial vicars
In order to provide pastoral care for the people of God in the Archdiocese of New Orleans, Archbishop Aymond has made the following appointments:
It is time to affirm life without exception; the death penalty is not acceptable
Statement of the Louisiana Conference of Catholic Bishops
Pew card evangelization hits home for St. Jude
It was a simple idea, hardly rocket science.
At Easter, besides undraping the statues, refilling the fonts with holy water and decorating the altar with lilies,