“It’s not about what I want. It’s not about what we want. It’s about what God wants,” Father Steve Bruno said his friend Father
As a boy who grew up white and mostly oblivious in New Orleans, my experiences of racism involve random acts and symbols that I could
Although it is easy to become discouraged, there are many signs of hope regarding growing racial harmony in our area, said members of the discussion group who gathered at Brother Martin High last month to reflect on Archbishop Alfred Hughes' 2006 pastoral letter, "Made in the Image and Likeness of God: A Pastoral Letter on Racial Harmony":
Although those who work on pro-life endeavors might feel disheartened by the current political landscape, they should be reminded that their battle is not primarily a legislative or judicial one, but a moral and spiritual imperative that involves winning over the hearts and minds of the public, noted Archbishop Alfred Hughes, accepting the 14th annual Proudly Pro-Life award, presented by New Orleans Right to Life.
Although they made the inevitable “rookie” mistakes, the congregation of young adults comported themselves well at a Sept. 27 “Teaching Mass” introducing them to