Two-day Divine Mercy conference at St. Anthony
The tall Divine Mercy poster outside St. Anthony of Padua Church in New Orleans beckons people to discover the meaning of the rays beaming from Jesus’ heart.
January 29, 2016: A date that may live in infamy
While public school principals were celebrating their delusion of successfully separating themselves from their private and Catholic school counterparts in three additional championship sports, they may not know what they have done to damage themselves and their association permanently.
Catholic schools are a great gift to the community
Catholic schools are celebrated each year at this time, and you have been highly supportive of Catholic education. You served for many years as rector of Notre Dame Seminary, and you also were chairman of the National Catholic Educational Association for four years in the early 2000s. Why is Catholic education so important to you?
Soon to be 97, Msgr. Duke is a priest forever
The living room, like the man, is uncluttered and purposeful.
Msgr. Charles Duke, who turns 97 on April 12, can reach out with his left hand and grab his breviary. To his right are spiritual books and magazines. His rosary is in his pocket.
Priest-climatologist: Man has put Earth in peril
The evidence linking human activity to the warming of the planet is irrefutable, making it everyone’s responsibility to lessen this ongoing assault against God’s gift of creation, said Carmelite Father Eduardo Scarel, addressing students at Mount Carmel Academy Jan. 15.
Religious women plant ministry seeds; some may blossom
While setting up her parade-watching spot on the St. Charles Avenue neutral ground one recent Mardi Gras, Sister of Mercy Padraic Hallaron was approached by a man who recognized her as the chaplain who had helped him achieve sobriety through a spiritually-based 12-step program for those battling chemical dependency.