2017: 500th anniversary of Luther's '95 Theses'
It was the seminal event of Western Christianity over the last 500 years.
Like St. Francis, it’s time to fall on our knees
Kneel before the Lord, invest your heart in him, rest in the Spirit’s love, and do your best to fulfill God’s will.
Pope, Obama discuss religious freedom, life issues
VATICAN CITY (CNS) – In their first encounter, Pope Francis received U.S. President Barack Obama at the Vatican March 27 for a discussion that touched on several areas of tension between the Catholic Church and the White House, including religious freedom and medical ethics.
Covington school embraces a need
Michelle Combs recalls being overwhelmed by maternal pride.
Two years ago, her daughter Kaylee, an academically gifted student who has cerebral palsy, articulated a deep desire to switch from a public to a private school. When Combs asked Kaylee why, she replied: “I want that relationship with Christ in school.”
NOLA Catholic Worker house is a sharing place
It’s an unassuming house in the Irish Channel surrounded by the former St. Thomas Housing Development. Since 2010, it’s been the St. Thomas House of Hospitality, part of the Catholic Worker Movement that offers refuge to those whose lives are in transition.
LHSAA's 'subdividing' plan needs work
A plan to subdivide the Louisiana High School Athletic Association into two separate but equal public and private school groups within the framework of the LHSAA needs more work, the body’s executive committee told the plan’s spokesman March 26.