Sr. Antona Ebo recalls her ‘march on Selma’ in ’65
At age 90, Sister Antona Ebo could be relaxing and relishing the contributions she’s made over 68 years as a religious Franciscan Sister of Mary.
Instead, she travels nationwide speaking about her participation in the Oct. 10, 1965, March on Selma, Alabama, that called attention to voting rights for African Americans.
Evelyn Treuting: True gem
When Evelyn Treuting’s husband died more than 20 years ago after 29 years of marriage, she told her children that she wanted to become a nun.
“My son burst out laughing,” she said.
Dumb Ox Ministries wisely using its evangelizing tools
Spreading the Gospel through authentic relationships is how the nonprofit Dumb Ox Ministries builds new communities of the Catholic faith among youth.
Cabrini student’s faith enlivened by mission trip
It’s a common refrain among those who perform missionary service in impoverished areas: They go into their outreach endeavor assuming they will be the ones who will be serving, only to discover that they are the ones who receive.
Priests share the Word
For centuries, Christians have been urged to “practice what they preach,” and nearly 200 priests of the Archdiocese of New Orleans gathered Sept. 23-25 for their annual convocation designed to help them preach what they had practiced.
New science wing to open at Dominican in 2016
A 25,000 square-foot science wing slated for ground-breaking in early 2015 will double St. Mary Dominican High School’s current lab space, enhance students’ independent and small-group research and add a technology center.