- Did Pope Francis get what he wanted from the synod?
- Praise God, proclaim salvation, pray for the persecuted, pope says
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- Be ready with God's weaponry; devil is real, pope says
- Don't be bad Christians, people may think atheism is better, pope says
On the Feast of All Saints, November 1, the following Masses have been scheduled to be followed by the Blessing of the Graves:
Archbishop-emeritus Alfred Hughes at St. Peter Church in Reserve at 10:00 am
Msgr. Kenneth Hedrick at St. Louis #3 at 10:00 am,
Fr. Anthony Anala at St. Roch Cemetery at 10:00 am.
Also on the Feast of All Saints,...
Issues & Faith is on the road again this time at the Old Ursuline Convent Museum for a look at the new exhibit Praying for a Miracle: the Catholic Church and the Battle of New Orleans.
We'll get a tour of the "prayer room" and talk with exhibit curator Dr. Emilie Gagnet Leumas, archdiocesan archivst and sit down with Catholic...
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Clarion Herald – 10/25/14 – English; 11/1/14 – Spanish
All Saints Day is coming up, which offers a good opportunity for you to discuss the Catholic Church’s view on cremation. Is cremation acceptable in the church’s eyes?
Yes it is. More than 50 years ago – in 1963 – the Vatican lifted its prohibition...
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