Dominican Peace Center plants seeds for health
Over the past two years, the Dominican Sisters of Peace who run the Peace Center on Broadway Street have been building trust, confidence and relationships with the residents of the Broadmoor, Gert Town and Fontainebleau neighborhoods.
Pro-life ministry reaches youth at Covenant House
The idea of respecting life from conception has been the Respect Life Committee at St. Charles Borromeo’s focus since it was formed approximately four years ago when inaugural leader Cherie Decker returned on fire from the March for Life in Washington, D.C.
St. Martha-Infant Jesus flock fosters social justice
Last March during Lent, 30 people filed into St. Martha’s parish hall knowing only that they had made reservations for something called a “hunger banquet.”
Religious sister’s ministry opens vocational doors
In the ancestral religion of Sister Cecilia Dimaku’s tribe, reincarnation is a major tenet of belief.
Roamin’ Catholic sites of interest New Orleans & Mississippi
As the summer ends, the Clarion Herald offers suggestions of Catholic pilgrimage sites in New Orleans and neighboring Mississippi that “Roamin’” Catholics might enjoy visiting. In a later issue of the Clarion Herald, Catholic sites of interest throughout Louisiana will be featured.
Ron Brocato, Ed Daniels bid farewell to Peter Finney Sr.
Both Clarion Herald sports editor Ron Brocato and Clarion Herald sports columnist Ed Daniels offer their reflections on the death of long-time Times-Picayune sports editor Peter Finney Sr. Finney, 88, died on Aug. 13. He also wrote a sports column for the Clarion Herald in the 1960s. His funeral Mass will be celebrated Saturday, Aug. 20, at 11 a.m. at St. Rita Church, 2729 Lowerline St., New Orleans, with visitation beginning at 9 a.m.