Dawson family: Awesome witness amidst the chaos
David Dawson Jr. and his wife Kate would have fit perfectly into the “Leave It To Beaver” era, when life was good, and TV – and morality – were black and white.
Abp. Aymond elected secretary-elect of USCCB
BALTIMORE – The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) today chose Archbishop Gregory M. Aymond as the new secretary-elect of the conference. Archbishop Aymond will serve one year as secretary-elect and then serve a full three-year term as secretary.
Everyone deserves a home
Just imagine for a moment that you have no home.
What will you do for meals today? Where will you shower? Where will you sleep? If you have children, how will you provide for them?
And how will you cope with being homeless tomorrow, next week, next month?
On fire to help our youth
For generations, the 7th Ward of New Orleans has been home to the master craftsmen – the wrought-iron fabricators, plasterers, brick and stone masons and custom carpenters – responsible for maintaining and enhancing the unique architectural look of one of America’s few cities with a European soul.
‘ThinkerKids’ learn that science lurks everywhere
Last January, while driving home from a spa-themed birthday party she had thrown for her 11-year-old daughter, something was gnawing at Cherie Melancon Franz.
Vocations Awareness Week: Please pray for our seminarians
National Vocation Awareness Week (Nov. 2-8) is an annual celebration of the Catholic Church in the United States dedicated to promoting vocations to the priesthood, diaconate and consecrated life through prayer and education, and to renew our prayers and support for those who are considering one of these particular vocations.
Thirty-one men are studying for the priesthood for the Archdiocese of New Orleans at Notre Dame Seminary and St. Joseph Seminary College. Archbishop Gregory Aymond asks Catholics to include these men in daily prayer that they may discern the call of God in their lives and persevere in that vocational calling.