Blessed John Paul exhibit at NOMA a spiritual walk
The second-floor gallery space of the New Orleans Museum of Art is filled with dozens of previously unpublished photographs, pieces of sacred sculpture and artwork, and wall-sized murals, many of which depict Blessed John Paul II and his historic 1987 visit to New Orleans.
Vocation often starts as a ‘whisper’ in the heart
Benedictine Brother Ephrem Arcement regularly turns to Psalm 139 to be reminded of the miracle of life – that wondrous realization that God “formed my inmost being” and “knit me in my mother’s womb.”
Baby Newborn Project helps ACCESS Pregnancy
Nothing is more important than living a life in service to others, according to members of the Corpus Christi-Epiphany Knights of Peter Claver Ladies’ Auxiliary Sacred Heart Court 60. The group’s motto is “friendship, unity and Christian charity.”
Holy Cross School named top fund-raiser for Pennies for Patients
For the fourth consecutive year, Holy Cross School has been named the top school fund-raiser in Louisiana and Mississippi for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s fund-raiser “Pennies for Patients.”
Ian Bozant: Katrina’s loss showed God’s love
We grew up in Chalmette and attended Our Lady of Prompt Succor Parish and School. Heather and I attended OLPS from pre-kindergarten through seventh grade, and Dominique, who was diagnosed with a learning disability, attended the local public schools because of their special education programs.
Charles Dussouy: Challenged by a call at Abp. Rummel
The first happened in my freshman year of high school when I was put on a bus by my parents, Roy and Yvette, which was headed for Steubenville, Ohio, where Franciscan University puts on a charismatic youth conference every year. My grandparents, Paul and June Perret, were highly involved in the charismatic renewal in New Orleans and decided that they wanted to pay for all of their grandchildren to attend this conference at Franciscan.