Readers: Send us your post-Katrina stories of hope, resurrection
Aug. 29 will mark the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, an event that forever changed the lives of those living in the Greater New Orleans area.
The Clarion Herald is soliciting reflections from you, our readers, about the spiritual lessons you experienced as a result of Katrina.
Silence is golden – and spirit-filled – at Manresa
I had been to Manresa before, taking a right turn off River Road in Convent and driving inside the white wooden ence and down the alley of centuries-old oaks.
Amazing space! Nook engages young Mass-goers
Inside the main worship space at St. Mary Magdalen Church in Metairie, the littlest Mass attendees can choose from a kid-friendly library of nearly 300 Catholic books, Gospel-related activity sheets and a weekly Mass guide written just for them as their parents settle into their pews a few feet away.
Dialogue is the key
August 7, 2015
To: Clergy, Religious and Laity of the Archdiocese of New Orleans
Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ:
In the New Orleans area, we are all aware of the ongoing discussion and debate regarding the removal of monuments which link us to historic events related to slavery.
St. Rita’s late principal shared the lessons of war
Marianite Sister Annette Baxley, who served as principal of St. Rita School in New Orleans from 1993-2013, died July 18 at Our Lady of Wisdom Healthcare Center. She was 80 and ministered for 52 years as a woman religious.
Archbishop decries Planned Parenthood videos
With sadness and horror, we have watched the videos from Planned Parenthood on abortion and the “harvesting of body parts.”