St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 rules preach respect
New regulations for access to the historic St. Louis Cemetery No.1 Catholic cemetery and its restoration have been announced to curb vandalism, disrespect for the dead and misinformation about Catholic cemeteries.
Kids can wear red, help Catholic Charities Feb. 12
Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans is inviting schools to participate in the “Show Your Heart!” fund-raiser day Feb. 12.
St. Mary’s bells will toll again, for thee ... and thee
The original bells at St. Mary’s Assumption Church in the Irish Channel in New Orleans will soon toll again in all their glory, thanks to the near completion of the “Don’t Let the Tower Tumble” bell tower restoration campaign.
A passion for all life
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Mother Teresa once said, “It is a poverty that a child must die, so that you may live as you wish.”
Mentors needed for children of the incarcerated
John Messenheimer said he would never have known how much fun assembling a basketball hoop could be, were it not for the 10-year-old boy sitting next to him, anxiously awaiting the hoop’s completion.
OLHCC to seek northshore possibilities
Our Lady of Holy Cross College (OLHCC) is considering a plan to offer a master’s degree program in educational leadership on the northshore by teaching classes on the campus of Archbishop Hannan High School, said Lisa Sullivan, professor and chair of education at the college.