Ashley Code transformed suffering into a gift of self
“Ashley’s will to fight and her kindness towards others is why we are here today,” said Jefferson Parish President Mike Yenni Sept. 15 at “Ashley Code Day: Pay It Forward,” a memorial service held at St. Ann Church in Metairie to honor a Mount Carmel senior who died on Sept. 1.
Priestly pilgrimage placed faith, feet ‘on the road’
Dominican Fathers Thomas Schaefgen and Francis Orozco gained a new appreciation for the lowly pine needle during the boldest journey of their lives: a 480-mile pilgrimage from New Orleans to Memphis completed entirely on foot, with little more than the clothes on their backs.
A very Holy Land
Fifty pilgrims, most from the Archdiocese of New Orleans, traveled in the footsteps of Jesus Sept. 5-17 by making a pilgrimage to Israel and Palestine.
For John and Jenifer Besh, a bountiful retreat
John Besh owns or operates 10 restaurants in New Orleans and has opened three more in San Antonio, Nashville and Houston,
Confession is an intimate encounter with Christ
Confession is an important sacrament in which Catholics can partake,
St. Alphonsus religion teachers use Clarion as teaching tool
When Anna Dominique noticed her students were balling up their on-campus copies of the Clarion Herald before even putting them into their backpacks to take home, she knew she had to find a creative way to reverse this trend.