This is the correct Vietnamese flag
In the July 5 issue, the Clarion Herald published an eight-page section detailing the history of Vietnamese Catholics in the Archdiocese of New Orleans. Due to an editing error, the Clarion Herald published an incorrect flag representing the Republic of Vietnam. The yellow flag with three red stripes is the flag of Vietnamese Nationalist anti-communists – in Vietnam as well as overseas – who left the country due to the violations of human rights by the communist regime. This flag flew over South Vietnam until 1975. The Clarion Herald regrets the error.
Chef John Folse cooks for retreat house gala
Abramowicz drawn to give back what he received
Hospice patient, loving grandmother jumps for joy
Nancy Killeen, who lives in the Mater Dolorosa Apartments, was preparing to celebrate her 84th birthday when word got back to her old high school classmates in Cleveland in May that she had been diagnosed with terminal cancer and had begun care with Notre Dame Hospice.
Synod consultative sessions to resume Aug. 2
St. Louis IX King of France is the patron saint of the Archdiocese of New Orleans and also is the patron of the archdiocese’s Ninth General Synod.
Lower 9th Ward heralds St. David's new building
Members of the St. David Catholic Church community were out in force June 29 to celebrate a Mass of Thanksgiving and dedicate their newly built gym and school building in the lower 9th Ward off St. Claude Avenue.