A Catholic conscience and a conversion of heart
In the back of her mind, Ramona Treviño always had that seductive wall of separation between her Catholic conscience and her job as an office manager for a Planned Parenthood clinic in Sherman, Texas, about 60 miles north of Dallas.
Quilters build skills, fellowship at Blessed Seelos Parish
You can hear a pin drop – literally – when the industrious members of the Crescent City Quilters gather each month to practice their beloved craft.
Fifth graders ask God: What do you want me to be?
A freak playground mishap would transform a powerful craving inside Daughter of St. Paul Tracey Dugas to be the most popular kid in school.
Help Second Harvest with Food Donations
Pentecost novena celebrated across archdiocese
A nine-day novena in preparation for the Holy Spirit descending on the Catholic Church on Pentecost Sunday will be held May 15-23 at a different church nightly in the Archdiocese of New Orleans.
Their cup runneth over
A famous cinematic scene would come to mind whenever Eileen Capritto and her husband biked to Mass at St. Pius X Church with their flock of children.
As the Capritto brood cycled along Lakeshore Drive from their house on Turquoise Street, the riders in the front would pass along alerts of road hazards – such as glass – in a sing-song chant that ultimately reached those bringing up the rear.