Faithful Citizenship

Faithful Citizenship

By: Father Mark Watson The election for President of the United States has begun a vibrant national debate concerning the direction of our country.  An…

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Mary’s Mission: Beloved Mary, Our Lady of Sorrows

Mary’s Mission: Beloved Mary, Our Lady of Sorrows

By: Mary Arcement Alexander God did not bless me with children, but He did bless me with 14 amazing nieces and nephews whom I adore. The…

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Mike’s Meditations: From Pro-Life to Prostitution

Mike’s Meditations: From Pro-Life to Prostitution

By: Mike Van Vranken, Spiritual Director Jesus lumped prostitutes and tax collectors together (Mt 21:31 NAB) when speaking of sinful ways. God’s Wisdom compels us…

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Embracing the Mission to Evangelize

Embracing the Mission to Evangelize

By: Mark Loyet, Director of Pastoral Ministry Despite the pandemic and the plethora of restrictions and challenges to ministry it has brought, pastoral leaders across…

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Sister Martinette Rivers, OLS

Blessed Elisabetta Renzi & How Her Legacy Lives On in Shreveport, Lousiana

By: Kierstin Richter, Editor “Adhere et lucere,” or to “burn and to light.” This is the motto Blessed Elisabetta Renzi attributed to her order – that…

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From the Bishop September 2020

From the Bishop September 2020

  By: Bishop Francis I. Malone Dates are important – both the good dates, like birthdays and anniversaries; so are bad dates, like November 22,…

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What’s Your “Fiat”?

What’s Your “Fiat”?

By: Kierstin Richter, Editor What’s your fiat?  No, not the little Italian car.  The word “fiat” comes from the Latin “let it be done.”  Mary’s “fiat” was saying…

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