Christ offers spiritual CPR
Whenever we perform an act of authentic, Christ-like love for someone, the healing impact of that love might not be fully recognized by the giver or the receiver until much later in life.
Losing hair to chemo merits a Catholic’s response
Out of tragedy and necessity sprung a product that preserves the dignity of women who have lost their hair to cancer treatments. In the process, it renewed the Catholic faith of its designer.
Bishop Fabre bids farewell to Archdiocese of New Orleans
Bishop Shelton J. Fabre delivered the following homily at his Mass of Farewell from the Archdiocese of New Orleans at St. Louis Cathedral on Oct. 21. He was to be installed as the fourth bishop of Houma-Thibodaux on Oct. 30:
Popular Abp. Hannan exhibit continues
The “Archbishop Wore Combat Boots” exhibit, detailing the life of former New Orleans Archbishop Philip M. Hannan, will run through May 2014 at the Old Ursuline Convent Museum, 1116 Chartres St., New Orleans.
50 years ago, Archbishop Hannan set aside grief for JFK eulogy
WASHINGTON (CNS) – Auxiliary Bishop Philip Hannan of Washington was a close friend and confidant of President John F. Kennedy, but he had kept that friendship secret.
Then he was called upon to deliver the eulogy at the funeral Mass for the country’s first Catholic president, killed by an assassin in Dallas Nov. 22, 1963.
'NOLA Needs Peace' coalition responds to Gambit's cover story on Planned Parenthood
The Oct. 22nd issue of Gambit contains a cover-page feature article titled "Protection Plan" written by Jeremy Alford and Kelly Connelly. The article addresses the ongoing debate over Planned Parenthood's plan to build a $4.2 million, 7,000 square foot facility in New Orleans in 2014.