Tweeting eternal truths – in 140 characters or less
Bishop Paul Tighe, a son of Ireland, is a lover of language, culture and self-deprecating humor, and on Dec. 12, 2012, the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the then-secretary of the Pontifical Council for Social Communications accomplished something no Vaticanista ever thought possible.
He got Pope Benedict XVI, then 85 years old, to tweet.
Easter joy: Christ is our Light
I extend to you my prayers and the blessings of the Risen Christ.
Faith leaders gather to foster anti-abuse initiatives
An interfaith and multi-cultural celebration of children worldwide was held April 4 on the front lawn of Archbishop Gregory Aymond’s home on South Carrollton at Walmsley avenues in New Orleans. ]
Initiative "V Encuentro" to reach out to Latinos
“If you are a baptized Catholic, then you are a missionary,” are words inside the handbooks for V Encuentro,
Participation in Christ’s death draws us closer to God
Growing up, I had mixed feelings about the celebration of Palm Sunday. On one hand, it meant that the end of Lent was approaching and I could again indulge in what I had given up; on the other, it meant the Passion play and a long Mass.