Pitre: Jesus repeatedly acknowledged his divinity
If you measure divinity in mile markers, there is no doubt Jesus knew he was the Son of God.
Deacon Duplechain to lead U.S. deacons’ group
When Archbishop Gregory Aymond ordains men as permanent deacons, he always is careful to identify what the church sees as the deacons’ primary responsibility: They are to serve.
Squeezing lemons, adding sugar for a wonderful cause
The kindergarten class of St. Rita School in New Orleans banded together April 7 to make lemonade and raise funds for one of its own, 6-year-old Melody Griffin (in hat), who is battling a rare form of cancer.
A Mother’s Day reflection: From Turkey, with love
Moms adore red roses, but Christian Brother Ray Bulliard discovered many years ago that white handkerchiefs should be the gift of choice at St. Paul’s School’s annual mother-son dinner.
Dominican STREAMs toward future
From the balcony, Archbishop Gregory Aymond blessed St. Mary Dominican High School’s new Gayle and Tom Benson Science and Technology Complex on April 22.
You have been chosen to love, protect all of God’s children
The archdiocese sponsored a day for priests last week to discuss issues relating to safe environment, which means protecting children in the care of our churches and schools from abuse or neglect. Can you talk about that?