‘Before I formed you in the womb I knew you.'
Priests and religious sisters and brothers often describe their earliest call to vocation as a “whisper in the heart” – an inner voice that was sometimes barely audible, and at other times as clear as a bell.
Stepping out in faith
St. Margaret Mary parishioner Faith Thibodeaux will never forget her November visit to the home of a 94-year-old woman.
LHSAA grid playoffs in violation of constitution
In his address to the Roman Forum, fictitious Sen. Marcus Antonius, through his real-life alter ego, Bill Shakespeare, proclaimed that “the evil men do live long after them.”
'Mercy is a feast'
God's mercy is constant and limitless; he is faithful in his mercy for his children, even when they are unfaithful, Pope Francis said.
Guard against evil, temptation that lurks
For my students' first book of the semester, I decided to start things off with Bram Stoker's "Dracula.” Even though it has only been the rst week, I’ve been pleasantly surprised with my students and their aptitude for active reading. In particular, they’ve been interested in the themes of hospitality and invitation, especially upon Jonathan Harker’s arrival to Castle Dracula.
Archdiocese to offer online Lenten video reflections
The Archdiocese of New Orleans is preparing a series of brief online video reflections on the Gospel readings for Ash Wednesday and the Sundays of Lent, said Dominican Father David Caron, director of the Office of Evangelization.