Gift of presence ‘now, and at the hour of our death’
By Theresa Bertucci Truxillo
I have prayed the final words of the Hail Mary thousands of times: “… pray for us sinners now, and at the hour of our death, Amen.”
Archdiocesan cemeteries serve 21st-century needs
Though their trademark above-ground tombs are as compact and densely aligned as shotgun houses on a city block, the six historic cemeteries operated by the Archdiocese of New Orleans have room to spare.
Catholic schools foster success looking ‘outward’
Bob Marzano tells the story of his son Todd, when in high school, being advised against attending college. Then, he saw the movie “Top Gun” and was inspired to become a pilot. He worked hard and is now a U.S. Naval commander.
A special day for special children
They rang bells. They read the Word of God. They sang and clapped to express themselves however the spirit moved them.
Teen composers score music for WWII play at MCA
It’s not every day that high school students have the opportunity to partially score the music for a play.
Changes being made in justice system, sentencing
“We are our brother’s keeper,” said Deacon Biaggio DiGiovanni, executive director of Ozanam Inn homeless shelter, Oct. 3 at a short program prefacing the “Symposium on Re-entry and Systematic Change.”