Practicing Catholics step up to bat

My wife and I signed up our five-year-old son to play baseball at the local playground. As with many of our children’s activities, I willingly walked away from the first practice with a volunteer job, as an assistant coach.  We went through the ritual of preparing for the season with his first uniform, knee-high socks, … Continue reading Practicing Catholics step up to bat

Magnify the Lord at Magnificat House

Here in the archdiocese we are blessed with a strong religious community and a strong interest in religious vocations. In 2011, Archbishop Aymond and the #NOLAReligious collaborated on developing something unique that would fill a need in the discernment journey of young women contemplating consecrated life. Magnificat House of Discernment was established in 2012 and has … Continue reading Magnify the Lord at Magnificat House

“Christ’s name creates communion and unity”

During a general audience in 2014, Pope Francis said, "Christ's name creates communion and unity, not division. He came to create communion among us, not to divide us." He says this to the world in general, but more importantly to us. He reminds his Church that we have a great responsibility to put this into … Continue reading “Christ’s name creates communion and unity”


Behind the Scenes of Fox’s The Passion

Recently, local New Orleans faith leaders united together in support of Fox's The Passion Live, which will be a live modern-day depiction of Christ’s passion shot from Woldenberg Park in New Orleans. It will live broadcast on Palm Sunday, March 20th from 7pm-9pm and will include a procession of a 20ft illuminated cross through the French … Continue reading Behind the Scenes of Fox’s The Passion