Xavier University professor talks Shakespeare in N.O.
One need only recall the 2016 Carnival season to recognize the influence that William Shakespeare has had on New Orleans, said Dr. Oliver Hennessey, associate professor of English specializing in Shakespeare at Xavier University of Louisiana at “All the World’s a Stage: Shakespeare on the Stages and Streets of New Orleans” May 18 at the Historic New Orleans Collection.
Departing sisters leave ‘Lantern Light’ glowing
While serving the homeless from her ministerial hub behind St. Joseph Church on Tulane Avenue, Presentation Sister Vera Butler would see New Orleans’ “have-nots” performing the most astonishing acts of selflessness.
Marriage prep will promote mentor program
In an effort to enhance marriage preparation for engaged couples, the Archdiocese of New Orleans has adopted a new policy, effective July 1, 2016, that calls for couples to meet with a priest or deacon six to eight months before their wedding and increases the Day for the Engaged program from one to two days.
Why marry Tommy? It’s what I’m made for
MARCH 2, 2016
“Why do you want to get married?”
St. Peter Claver Parish focusing on old, new marriages
The Marriage Ministry at St. Peter Claver is back.
Marriage preparation policy has many facets, helpful hints
The newly approved Policies for Marriage Preparation in the Archdiocese of New Orleans will take effect on Sept. 1.