Second Harvest pairs nutritious food with health tips
A hub of activity could be found June 25 at the Second Line to Health Community Health Fair at the St. Thomas Community Center on Magazine Street.
High court’s abortion setback
WASHINGTON (CNS) – In a 5-3 vote June 27, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down restrictions on Texas abortion clinics that required them to comply with standards of ambulatory surgical centers and required their doctors to have admitting privileges at local hospitals.
Good Work Network’s ‘back-office’ work will thrive
No two days have been identical for Phyllis Cassidy since she founded the nonprofit Good Work Network in 2001.
Steve Gleason’s anointed life
“Relentlessly seek your purpose,” Steve Gleason emotionally told a crowd June 18 at St. Mary’s Dominican High School as he spoke about his faith and life with ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Msgr. Duke, former St. Ann pastor, dies at 97
Msgr. Charles E. Duke, a retired priest of the Archdiocese of New Orleans and longtime former pastor of St. Ann Church in Metairie, died June 23. He was 97 and had served for 69 years as a priest.
In February, Clarion Herald editor Peter Finney Jr. interviewed Msgr. Duke about his active life as a priest, even in his retirement (click here to read the February column).
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Catholic Press Association awards nine to Clarion Herald
It was a great night in St. Louis for the Clarion Herald at the annual Catholic Media Conference of the Catholic Press Association of the United States and Canada.