As we prepare for our Louisiana Priests’ Convention Sept. 19-21, I am very enthusiastic that about 400 priests will be attending. This gathering is to
As a child, Dominic “Mixie” Arcuri of LaPlace was nicknamed for an uncle who loved movie star Tom Mix, the cowboy who always wore a
By Archbishop Gregory M. Aymond You’ve often said that quality in vocations is more important than quantity, but the archdiocese seems to be experiencing a
Who am I? What is God’s mission/vocation for me in life?
Questions like these are delved into weekly with high school juniors and seniors involved in Ignite, a discernment formation program through the Archdiocese of New Orleans Vocations Office and Dumb Ox Productions.
They fled their homeland, like the Holy Family, looking for a better life.
Alejandra Luna’s mother is an undocumented immigrant from Mexico.