Good Shepherd comes into focus at St. Margaret Mary
Although the Bible is bound as a single volume, it is composed of many books.
It’s a concept that many youngsters – and even some adults – have a hard time remembering, but second graders at St. Margaret Mary in Slidell have it down.
‘Amazing Parish’ initiative seeks to cast a wide net
It is called “The Amazing Parish” initiative, an ambitious plan developed by several high-profile U.S. Catholic thinkers, authors and leadership experts to help Catholic church parishes become, well, amazing.
CYO/Youth and Young Adult director follows God’s lead
For Megan Noll, Catholic youth ministry is about being a servant leader who nurtures a yearning for God. She began nurturing her own skills as a 16-year-old by forming a youth ministry with friends – Catholic and non-Catholic – at her parish, St. Genevieve, in Centerville, Minnesota.
Ninth General Synod - Archdiocese of New Orleans
Encountering Jesus, Witnessing with Joy
As a result of the work of the people of the Archdiocese and the Synod participants, over the next several years the Archdiocese of New Orleans is committed to these priorities and goals:
St. Francis of Assisi: 125 years of warm welcome
Its interior boasts the vertical splendor of a Gothic cathedral – the soaring stained-glass windows, the vaulted wooden ceiling, the ribbed plasterwork – but St. Francis of Assisi Church still manages to wrap Stan Ellington in a hug whenever he enters the doors of 631 State St.
Pope’s reform requires proof marriage was invalid
VATICAN CITY (CNS) – Pope Francis’ reformed rules for marriage annulment cases, making the process simpler, quicker and less expensive, respond to calls that bishops from around the world have been making since before the 1980 Synod of Bishops on the family convoked by St. John Paul II.