In March 2020, Bishop Fabre was invited by Archbishop Kurtz to present the U.S. bishops’ pastoral letter against racism to leaders of the Louisville archdiocese.
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Unique Scripture-sharing vehicle makes the rounds in St. Martinville, Louisiana.
COMMENTARY: At a time in which Catholics are being summoned to live our faith with greater courage and charity, this spiritual son of the French saint provides a great example and, we pray, will become a much-sought intercessor.
At least one Catholic church near New Orleans has opened its doors to serve as an emergency shelter.
Beginning in 2022, Louisiana will recognize May 1 of each year as St. Joseph the Worker Day
The bill’s sponsor, Rep. Jason Hughes, D, spoke on the state house floor on Thursday, noting that his bill aims “to give some sense of justice and closure to children that have been malicious and heinously robbed of their innocence. Period.”
The town of Lake Charles, Louisiana, is reeling from more than a foot of rain and widespread flooding.