‘Pick though the old to welcome the new’ this Lent
It’s been an unseasonably warm winter in St. Louis.
WWII Museum visit triggers family emotions
Recently, our junior class at Mount Carmel Academy had the opportunity to visit the National World War II Museum.
Pope: Even in dark times, never lose hope in God’s love
Christians must never lose hope and should remind themselves that God loves them even at their worst, Pope Francis said.
Canon law expert explains ‘Amoris Laetitia’ provisions
VATICAN CITY (CNS) – The provisions of “Amoris Laetitia” allow people in irregular marriage situations access to the sacraments only if they recognize their situation is sinful and desire to change it,
St. Aug's Marching 100 to relive historic Rex march in 1967
New Orleans is a city of tradition and mystery, but in 1967, a six-mile march through the Uptown oaks, as Rex waved his baton over his regal subjects, forever would alter the city.
Mardi Gras Indians have rich history
“Oh, how we love to hear you call us Indian red,” are lyrics to the “Indian Red” song sung by African-American Mardi Gras Indian tribes at practice and at the onset of their annual Carnival trek through New Orleans streets.