An immigrant’s love for those following in his path
Danilo Perojo, 76, has this special relationship with time. When he lived in his native Cuba in the late 1960s – about a decade after Fidel Castro had overturned the Batista regime and nationalized all foreign investments – Perojo worked for the former IBM that sold most of the time clocks used by Cuban workers to punch in each morning.
Synod Leadership Team felt Holy Spirit moving
The newest “member” of the Synod Leadership Team, 5-week-old Rose Pesce, the daughter of Leadership Team member Lynne Pesce, joined the group for its final deliberations April 23. The Leadership Team has met for the last year to develop five priorities for future ministry in the Archdiocese of New Orleans. Those priorities will be promulgated May 24, Pentecost Sunday, by Archbishop Gregory Aymond. Archbishop Aymond (following) says the synod is a gift of the Spirit.
Congregational leaders visit Academy of the Sacred Heart
Faculty, staff and alumnae from the Academy of the Sacred Heart in New Orleans got a peek at the global reach of their school’s congregational operators when Religious of the Sacred Heart of Jesus leaders visited the Uptown campus April 20.
Eleven local Marianites to celebrate jubilees
Father Wilson: Pope Francis is igniting collegiality
In the first annual Msgr. Ignatius Roppolo Lecture, Jesuit Father George Wilson told local Catholics that Pope Francis’ vision of collegiality within the church is in line with the Second Vatican Council and more than symbolic gestures.
Holy talent, holy cause
On April 17, men and women religious joined together to celebrate religious life for a good cause at the “Wake Up the World” talent show at St. Pius X.