There are churches, and then there are churches – and that’s when the theological and architectural boxing matches break out, usually without the benefit of gloves.
Popes throughout the ages have given wisdom and understanding of the Catholic faith through written encyclicals. “Humanae Vitae” is probably one of the most oft-quoted encyclicals written by Pope Paul VI in 1968.
But how often does the average person, Catholic or not, take the time to read an encyclical or learn its value to strengthen his or her faith?
Images of sacred art, live music and a filmed re-enactment of the Last Supper are part of a compelling archdiocesan program that teaches
Father James Wehner, the rector of Notre Dame Seminary, told a meeting of the New Evangelization Society Oct. 11 that Catholics must strive to know their faith better if they are going to be able to defend it and provide Christian witness in an increasingly secularized world.
The push for vocations in the Archdiocese of New Orleans is in motion. Not only does Archbishop Gregory Aymond give a shout out for