Priests, deacons reflect on ordination anniversaries
The Clarion Herald asked priests and deacons celebrating their 25th, 40th or 50th anniversary of ordination to reflect on what their ordained ministry has meant to them over the years.
Dominican friars seeking ‘The Way’ to Memphis
The idea of making a walking pilgrimage in the United States took root about four years ago when Dominican Fathers Francis Orozco and Thomas Schaefgen were studying together for the priesthood.
The Archdiocese of New Orleans will ordain six men to the priesthood at a 10 a.m. Mass on June 4 at St. Louis Cathedral. The ordination class is the largest since 2001, when seven men were ordained.
Churches can help Crimestoppers by helping victims
The litany of pain is universal. In the last six weeks in Detroit, which in many ways mirrors the violence seen on the streets of New Orleans, mothers have buried three children under the age of 5 killed by gunmen gone mad.
Film night in Bridge City will explore Mary’s role
The final days of the Blessed Mother’s life on earth are shrouded in mystery. Scripture is silent.
Bringing faith leaders together to foster peace
You’re hosting a luncheon on May 26 for faith leaders around the metropolitan New Orleans area to discuss violence and murder in our community. Can you talk about that?