By Peter Finney Jr., Clarion Herald When Marianite Sister Marjorie Hebert became president and CEO of Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans six years ago,
By Christine Bordelon, Clarion Herald The possibility for mercy is boundless, just as the needs are boundless. Tom Costanza, division director of Catholic Charities
The Gospel is messy business. Night after night in the early 1990s, Edmundite Father Michael Jacques tried coaxing himself to sleep in his rectory bedroom to the left of St. Peter Claver Church in New Orleans.
Instead of counting sheep, he counted bullets.
It was just past midnight on Halloween when the fusillade of bullets in the French Quarter turned New Orleans into Afghanistan. The