Locals invited to ‘Meet a Sister, Be Inspired’
New Orleans-based Daughter of Charity Sister Ellen Kron finds it easy to sum up the reasons behind her choice of vocation.
St. Andrew's Bowman is a seasoned cook
Lisa Bowman has never met a bell pepper she didn’t like.
What has happened to the civility in politics?
It has become commonplace for politicians to use name-calling and insults to win an election instead of running on their achievements and qualities. What has happened to politics?
What has happened to politics, from my perspective, is candidates in campaigns no longer run on merit, their qualifications or their ability to lead, but run on the weaknesses of the other person. The name-calling and insulting comments that candidates exchange, in my mind, create an evil spirit among us.
Swensen: God always answers
As a self-described “Doubting Thomas,” Karen Swensen is perpetually on the lookout for tangible signs of God’s presence.
Young adults asked to ‘Be a Light’ in darkness
“Where there is darkness all around, what a time to be a light,” Father Daniel Green told youth attending the ninth annual Youth and Young Adult Revival Feb. 21 at All Saints Church in Algiers.
Airport skycap believes customer service is vital
A steadfast dedication to mission. It’s what John Miller practiced while serving for five years in the U.S. Marine Corps and continues today as a skycap with the Huntleigh USA Corporation at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport in Kenner.