Weigel: Virtues lived by just a few can heal culture
In 2003, when drafters of the European Union Constitution were asked to summarize the historical roots of modern Europe’s commitment to democracy, human rights, the rule of law and other hallmarks of western civilization, the “biblical religion” of Judeo-Christian belief didn’t make it into the final write-up.
God makes us feel safe by never averting gaze
Steve Angrisano tried every imaginable way to convince his toddler daughter that she would be safe and dry inside their car as it glided through their local carwash.
No longer a ‘secret,’ Christopher Homes turns 50
It started, as most ideas that floated around the Archdiocese of New Orleans in the mid-1960s, with the fertile imagination of Archbishop Philip Hannan.
A marriage made in heaven, and in Montegut
In Montegut, Louisiana, about 60 miles southwest of New Orleans, David and Patricia Broussard grew up next door to each other.
The Holy Spirit is energizing the archdiocesan synod
At the archdiocesan Ministerial Council meeting last week, you received an update from several offices on initiatives that are now taking place in response to the synod.
Members of the St. Peter Claver Gospel Choir sing at a Blue Mass Oct. 23 in honor of police and other first responders in the City of New Orleans.