The problem with older homes is a lack of space. When we were first looking into rental homes, space was the one recurring issue:
The Lenten season is a time for reflection. And there are many years of reflection in this boy’s life, both personally and professionally, that
One of the many reasons I love my job as a professor is that the start of each new year feels like a new
Jesuit Father Peter Callery has put much thought into the sacraments. He believes that Catholics should not just go through the motions or see the sacraments performed as rituals only.
“They are meant to be lived out every day,” Father Callery said. “Our call is not to be just the arms of Christ, but the face of Christ to the world.”
For almost an hour on Dec. 11 at St. Catherine of Siena Church in Metairie, Father Callery and Deacon Jeré Crago offered many thoughts during “Living the Eucharist,” an Advent hour of prayer and reflection before the exposed Eucharist.
By Father Steven Bruno Guest Columnist One of the things that struck me most about World Youth Day in Madrid is that