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.
Jan. 30-31 collection to help Catholic school tuition fund
Why Catholic Schools?
I have good news for you! I have the answer to that question. Actually, I have a list of answers, and that list only scratches the surface. There are as many answers as there are children whose lives have been transformed by Catholic schools.
Do not pass go: Monopoly money in ltrates Powerball
So that’s how the ball bounces.
In less time than it takes to run the disclaimers at the end of an automobile commercial, a single, potential one-and-a-half billionaire became three half-billionaires last week through the miraculous buffeting of ping pong balls, which sell on Amazon.com at $6.91 for a 144-pack.
Young Catholics are carrying the pro-life torch
Can you give us an update on the Planned Parenthood facility that is going up now on Claiborne Avenue?
All we know is that the construction continues. We certainly expect that it will open sometime this year.
Bishop Muench recalls Abp. Schulte as a dear friend, man of God
Baton Rouge Bishop Robert W. Muench, who served as auxiliary bishop of New Orleans under Archbishop Francis B. Schulte, released the following statement upon the death of Archbishop Schulte: