As Baby Noah turns 2, he’s still turning heads
The baby-blue plastic casts with Velcro straps on the feet of Noah Bracey, who will turn 2 years old on May 2, are decorated with the kind of art any rambunctious child with a NASCAR gene would love: a racing car, a black-and-white checkered flag and other cartoon symbols of speed, power and motion.
Local takes St. Joseph tradition to Scottish city
French Quarter resident Irene DiPietro cherishes the friendships she has built over the years with more than a dozen Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia who once operated Cathedral School on Dauphine Street.
Trafficking study offers sobering numbers
Jim Kelly, executive director of Covenant House in New Orleans, knows intuitively that many of the teenagers walking into his shelter on the edge of French Quarter have a history of dealing with abuse, neglect and exploitation.
Coptic Christian martyrs evoke Christ’s mercy
Words cannot properly describe evil incarnate.
Try as we will to avert our eyes, we can’t turn away.
Opera singer Bryan Hymel shares his God-given voice
“Art is there to hold a mirror up to life,” said opera singer Bryan Hymel. He considers what he does as a tenor as using his God-given talents to tell stories of redemption, true love and self-sacrifice.
Welcome to the family!
Ruth Prats, left, pastoral associate at St. Peter Church in Covington, offers final instructions to those entering the Catholic Church at the Easter Vigil April 4.