Bishop Robert Barron, in a red chasuble, stands at the pulpit at St. Louis Cathedral in New Orleans.
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In his homily for a Red Mass in New Orleans, Bishop Robert Barron emphasized the need for religion in an otherwise secular society.
Rocco Buttliere, a LEGO architect from Chicago, kneels proudly next to the Vatican City State replica he created.
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Rocco Buttliere cobbled together 67,000 tiny, plastic Lego pieces to create an improbably realistic 3D replica of Vatican City State.
Kevin Bourgeois with Archbishop Gregory Aymond (CNS photo/courtesy Archdiocese of New Orleans)
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“There’s no need for us to be at odds,” Archbishop Aymond said of the relationship between the archdiocese and SNAP. “We want the same thing, and reconciliation has happened.”
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Priests in Louisiana are discovering that by helping those affected by Hurricane Laura, they are finding renewed purpose in their vocations.
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The New Orleans City Council voted unanimously Aug. 20 to rename Jefferson Davis Parkway in honor of Norman C. Francis, former president of Xavier University of Louisiana.
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The hospice death of Michael Hickson, a 46-year-old quadriplegic, pricked the conscience of Fordham ethics professor Charlie Camosy.
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The basis of the index's measurement is the United Nations' Human Development Report
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They stood out because they stood together, employing the wisdom of young parents, in the back of a hotel ballroom packed with 2,800 permanent deacons, their wives and children.
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Despite groundbreaking steps the U.S. Catholic Church has taken to prevent the sexual abuse of minors in the past 16 years, a potential "complacency" in following safety protocols could pose a challenge to those hard-won advances.
Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan of New York smiles as he delivers the homily during the opening Mass of the "Convocation of Catholic Leaders: The Joy of the Gospel in America" on July 1 in Orlando, Fla. (CNS photo/Bob Roller)
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The cardinal said while the world is "ever ready to headline the flaws of the church," the dynamic changes when "her loyal members are more than willing to own up to them."