She was a Southern lady who embodied grace and good manners, seedbeds of any meticulously tilled life of tranquility and delight. Laura Deavers probably
Woody Guerin was 58 years old when his wife and kids suspected, with justifiable reasoning, that he might be going postal. The graduate of
The Clarion Herald won eight major awards at the 2014 Catholic Media Conference Friday night in Charlotte, North Carolina. Thanks to you, our loyal readers, for the encouragement and support you have given us, especially in the dark days after Katrina.
Nearly 80 percent of those responding to a survey of communications efforts in the Archdiocese of New Orleans viewed the print version of the Clarion Herald as their top source of information about the archdiocese and the universal Catholic Church, according to a survey conducted as part of a communications strategic planning process for the Archdiocese of New Orleans.
You know it’s “potluck day” at the Clarion Herald’s Howard Avenue headquarters when Peter Finney Jr., the newspaper’s executive editor, emerges from the elevator carrying a blue cooler.