Catholic videographer seeks to highlight the sacred
Cody Reed spent three years at St. Joseph Seminary College discerning a possible call to the priesthood.
You can rehearse your lines, but pope’s blessing creates a fog
When we learned during a speech at one of our marriage preparation classes that newlywed Catholic couples (“sposi novelli” in Italian) can meet the pope and receive a nuptial blessing, my fiancé Sohan quickly doodled a note on our pre-Cana booklets: “New York > India > Rome.”
Jubilarians rejoice in service to the church
Josephite Father Chuck Andrus delivered the homily at the annual archdiocesan Jubilarian Mass April 10 at St. Rita Church in New Orleans.
You can’t get much more biblical than baking bread for the poor
Anyone living downwind of St. Joseph Abbey in St. Benedict on a crisp October morning, when the first cold snap of fall arrives, can attest to why the Catholic Church often is considered smells and bells.
Pope: Share truth of family with mercy
VATICAN CITY (CNS) – The same mercy and patience that are essential for building a strong family must be shown to those whose families are in trouble or have broken up, Pope Francis said in his highly anticipated postsynodal apostolic exhortation.
‘Amoris Laetitia’: A pastoral response
Pope Francis issued his exhortation, entitled “Amoris Laetitia” (“The Joy of Love”), on April 8. Can you reflect on some of the document’s highlights and share what they mean to you and the people of the archdiocese?