New Orleans Archbishop Aymond to hold prayer service for immigration reform NOLA.com It's sponsored by the Office of Justice and Peace of Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans , Archdiocese of New Orleans Office of Worship, Office of Racial Harmony, Hispanic Apostolate and the Jesuit Social Research Institute. “Based on the … and more
Archdiocese of New Orleans names its Students of the Year NOLA.com (blog) Students at the top of the class in Archdiocese of New Orleans Catholic schools were recently honored. The Archdiocese's 2013 Non-Public Student of the Year winners were Justin Mouledous, a fifth grader at Kehoe-France in Covington; Annelise Ernst, …
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Share your memories of Pope John Paul's visit to New Orleans in 1987 NOLA.com For three days in 1987, New Orleans hosted what is arguably its most famous guest, Pope John Paul II.
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If they become the New Orleans Pelicans, this basketball team will be the … Patheos (blog) I suspect most fans won't be aware of this—and it's probably not the sort of thing franchise owners would publicize—but the folks changing the name of the New Orleans Hornets to the New Orleans Pelicans are giving the team a profoundly Catholic, even …
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NOLA.com Friends Forever trip to New Orleans area transforms Northern Ireland teenagers NOLA.com In late October and early November, five Catholic and five Protestant teenagers from Northern Ireland explored the New Orleans area during a memorable once-in-a-lifetime trip. They toured the French Quarter, visited the National World War II Museum and … and more
NOLA.com New Orleans ' Catholic League one step closer to reforming NOLA.com New Orleans ' Catholic League one step closer to reforming. Jerit Roser, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune, November 07, 2012 2:15 p.m.. View full size
NOLA.com Madonna's politics couldn't have surprised New Orleans fans: James Gill NOLA.com After decades of controversy, including a generous helping of Catholic bashing, Madonna surely might have been expected to be particularly provocative in New Orleans . In fact, she was disappointingly inoffensive
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Saints' Catholic chaplain hoping 0-4 team gets Divine intervention vs. Chargers USA TODAY 2012 – NEW ORLEANS — Some teams throw Hail Marys.
National Geographic New Orleans Keeps the Faith in their Saints National Geographic I recently attended the New Orleans vs. Washington game, September 9.
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NOLA.com New Orleans archbishop implores Catholics to think before they vote NOLA.com New Orleans Archbishop Gregory Aymond urged the region's Catholics to choose candidates in November whose aims best conform to Catholic teaching on a broad array of issues, including support for life, family, the poor and care for the environment.