“A voice cries out in the wilderness, prepare a way for the Lord!”
Posted on December 27, 2022 Leave a Comment
By Gina Sternfels We sang this song in church last weekend and that verse has been in my head since then, and it has been a gift. Yes, a song in preparation for Christmas, but also it is an excellent line in the song to keep me focused on what matters most right now in […]
Hour of Divine Mercy
Posted on May 14, 2020 Leave a Comment
By Charla Spalluto Misse Being together at home with our families during this unprecedented time of social distancing gives us many chances to pray together as a family. As before, our family prays together each morning and night and before all meals. Among many distractions, however, it can be difficult to come together to pray […]
In Defense of Adoration
Posted on March 29, 2020 Leave a Comment
By Casey Sprehe If we are affected by the sun, are we not affected by the “one” who made the sun? Just like we can sit outside in the sun on a cloudy day and still get sunburned, we, too, can sit in the chapel and not feel anything and still be affected by the […]
For We Walk by Faith
Posted on February 6, 2020 Leave a Comment
By Kristen Bourgeois At 5 days old, my oldest son Nathanael was rushed to the emergency room. We were then transferred to Ochsner Jefferson campus, where he stayed and we lived for the next month.
Finding God in Nature
Posted on October 3, 2019 Leave a Comment
By Gaby Smith I love the city. I love the lighted buildings at night, the events, the restaurants, juice bars and coffee shops that are within walking distance. I love the closeness of the stores.
There Is No Place Like Home!
Posted on August 8, 2019 Leave a Comment
By Kristy Solis One night, my family was watching a classic family movie that spans time, “The Wizard of Oz.” The endearing through-line “There is no place like home! There is no place like home!” played over and over.