Major immigration goal should be intact families
There was a lot of debate during the presidential election about immigration reform, and the U.S. bishops issued a letter about immigration policy during their recent meeting in November. What have the bishops said regarding immigration?
Future Teresian: Vocational path not always direct
Alice Snee was already convinced the Teresian sisterhood was in God’s plan for her, but a recently unearthed family photograph sealed the deal in the most beautiful way.
St. Paul’s School annual food drive nets nearly 7 tons
The annual call for nonperishable food for the Covington Food Bank was overwhelmingly answered by St. Paul’s School students this Thanksgiving season.
Perpetual Help icon to find home in N.O. Dec. 11-21
Redemptorist priests and Catholics alike have entreated Mary’s intercession at one time or another in their lives, says Redemptorist Father Allan Weinert, parochial vicar at St. Alphonsus Parish in the Irish Channel. After all, she has a direct pipeline to Jesus, her son.
CYO Basketball Tournament field set
The Allstate Sugar Bowl CYO Boys' Basketball Tournament will begin play on Wednesday, Nov. 30, continuing through Saturday, Dec. 3. The opening rounds of the tournament (Wednesday and Thursday) will be played at Brother Martin, Holy Cross, Jesuit and St. Paul’s with the semifinals and finals (Friday and Saturday) being played at Jesuit.
Sisters of the Holy Family emulate foundress
Their ministries include educating the young at St. John Berchmans Early Childhood Program and St. Mary’s Academy; befriending the elderly residents of Delille Inn and St. John Berchmans Manor; shepherding Lafon Nursing Facility – the oldest continuously operating Catholic residence of its kind in the U.S.; and giving spiritual counsel to inmates at the Louisiana Correctional Institute for Women at St. Gabriel.