“Being faith-filled,” says the New Orleans archbishop, “is even more important than being resilient!”
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Fr. Clark and two women were arrested Sept. 30 and charged with obscenity after a neighbor observed through a window that they were filming sexual relations atop the altar, which was illuminated by stage lights.
This week’s show features Archbishop Gregory Aymond of New Orleans, who on March 23 became the first bishop to announce that he tested positive for the new coronavirus. He spoke to Jeanette De Melo by phone on April 9 just hours before celebrating Holy Thursday Mass. But first Matthew Bunson and Jeanette catch up on the latest news — at least one U.S. diocese is resuming public Masses — and the pro-life community reaches out to serve women in crisis pregnancies.
An exclusive interview with the shepherd of New Orleans, who has been in self-quarantine with the coronavirus for the last two weeks.
An initiative to make Giving Tuesday a day of Catholic giving has now spread from New Orleans to dioceses across the U.S.
The Crescent City’s shepherd reflects on the hurricane’s material and spiritual consequences, 10 years after it devastated his hometown.
A preview of the USCCB's fall gathering.