“Being faith-filled,” says the New Orleans archbishop, “is even more important than being resilient!”
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Ida, a Category-4 storm with maximum sustained winds of 150 mph, made landfall in Southeast Louisiana on Aug. 29 exactly 16 years after Hurricane Katrina.
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.
After an altar was defiled, Archbishop Aymond burned the altar and is consecrating a new one for the parish in New Orleans.
The Archdiocese of New Orleans announced the following day, Oct. 1, that Fr. Clark had been arrested and removed from ministry.
The governor said he will be fasting from lunch Monday through Wednesday of next week, and “praying for the people of Louisiana,” especially the sick, their caretakers, and the families of those who have died from COVID-19.
An exclusive interview with the shepherd of New Orleans, who has been in self-quarantine with the coronavirus for the last two weeks.
Throughout his successful cooking life, Chef Folse has been guided by his Catholic faith.