Restorative artist feels blessed by the Baptist
When Gianna Salande completed her meticulous overhaul of a statue of Jesus at rest in his tomb, she assumed the emotional project would mark her retirement as a restorer of sacred art.
Catholic entities will benefit from GiveNOLA Day
The fourth annual GiveNOLA Day, a 24-hour event designed to give individuals a chance to donate online to nonprofits in the community, will be held May 2.
Expansion of Assumption of Mary marks new era
On Divine Mercy Sunday April 23, parishioners of Assumption of Mary Church in Avondale dedicated its new entrance and bell tower with a procession of their patroness, Assumption of Mary, and also a Divine Mercy picture as well as a blessing and Mass celebrated by Archbishop Gregory Aymond.
Mercy comes from a loving God
On April 23, the second Sunday of Easter, Archbishop Emeritus Alfred Hughes celebrated Divine Mercy Sunday to a filled St. Joseph Church on Tulane Avenue in New Orleans.
How your mail carrier can help ‘Stamp Out Hunger’
Second Harvest Food Bank and the National Association of Letter Carriers will join forces once again for the 25th Annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive on Saturday, May 13.
Weddings can wake married couples from lethargy
In the past week, I’ve received not one, not two, but three “save the dates” for upcoming weddings for family and friends. This isn’t a new phenomenon.