Leading in Research and Education on the Shroud of Turin

Leading in Research and Education on the Shroud of Turin

By Dr. Cheryl White   In early 2018, Fr. Peter Mangum, Diocesan Administrator of the Diocese of Shreveport and Rector of the Cathedral of St….

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When Love Increases…Crime Decreases

When Love Increases…Crime Decreases

By Elizabeth Boo Neuberget, Catholic Extension   In neighborhoods across Shreveport, Louisiana, a powerful movement is taking place that is rooted in neighborly love and…

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Should Self-Care Be One of Your Duties in Life?

Should Self-Care Be One of Your Duties in Life?

By Mary Arcement Alexander   Webster’s dictionary defines duty as one of the following: a moral or legal obligation; a responsibility or a task or…

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Season of Growth and Transition

Season of Growth and Transition

By Erin Smith   Although it may not feel quite like fall yet, autumn is officially here. Spring and fall are often seen as times…

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Second Collections

Second Collections

By Fr. Rothell Price   Archdiocese for Military Services Collection Dates: November 9th & 10th  Announcement Dates: October 27th & November 3rd    The National…

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Gratus

Gratus

By Kim Long   “Behold, I am making all things new.”  Revelation 21   In our “post-modern” secular driven society it is even more difficult…

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He Loves Us Wherever We Are

He Loves Us Wherever We Are

By Mike VanVranken   When they all saw this, they began to grumble, saying: He has gone to stay at the house of a sinner…

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Director of Pastoral Ministry

Director of Pastoral Ministry

By Randy G. Tiller Diocesan Administration, which is often referred to as “the Catholic Center,” has always been envisioned to be a resource and of…

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Exploring the History of St. Matthew Church

Exploring the History of St. Matthew Church

By John Mark Willcox Exiting I-20 in downtown Monroe on Jackson Street you are met with a beautiful sight….the majestic spire of St. Matthew Church…

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How God Called Me Home

How God Called Me Home

By Mary Arcement Alexander As a child I was constantly getting into trouble for both my attitude as well as my eye-rolling. It would typically…

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