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Louisiana Catholic bishops urge legislators to repeal the death penalty
May 25 at 5:34 pm
What a life!
By Father Willie Todd

The following is a summary Statement of the Louisiana Catholic Bishops on the repeal of the death penalty dated April 18, 2017.

Louisiana’s ‘Wild Men’
May 18 at 6:56 pm
By Terry Jones

For whatever reason, reports of feral humans were somewhat common in the 19th century. Last month’s column focused on the Wild Girl of Catahoula, but it turns out that she was not the only mysterious person roaming through the woods at the time.

Sound spiritual advise from the great Christian minds of the past
May 18 at 6:54 pm
What a life
By Father Willie Todd

The Wild Girl of Catahoula
May 10 at 2:40 pm
By Terry Jones, Past Times

Much like today’s Bigfoot sightings, newspapers in the late 19th century frequently reported on a mysterious Louisiana figure known as the “Wild Girl of Catahoula.”

Celebrating Small Business Week May 1 - 7
May 04 at 1:41 pm
By Brandt Dufrene,
president/CEO of First National Bank USA

The Independent Community Bankers of America® (ICBA) and First National Bank USA are joining the Small Business Administration (SBA) in celebrating National Small Business Week, May 1-7.

Mom had a strong faith life that gave her strength, vigor and energy
May 04 at 1:38 pm
By Father Wilmer Todd

My brother, Br. Terry Todd, S.J., gave the eulogy at my mother’s (Charlotte Todd’s) funeral. The following is a summary of his reflection.

Community banks: Clearing a pathway to the American Dream
April 27 at 5:24 pm
By Brandt Dufrene

About this time every year Americans embark on spring cleaning.

My mother, Charlotte Todd, lives life to the fullest and died at 100
April 27 at 5:22 pm
By Father Wilmer Todd

My mother, Charlotte Lozes Todd, lived to be 100 years old and died on Holy Thursday, April 13, 2017.

Girl on a mission brings Divine Mercy image to churches across parish Girl on a mission brings Divine Mercy image to churches across parish
April 21 at 5:00 am
By Heather Faucheaux

If you’ve driven down River Road from Hahnville to Waggaman lately, or by St. Anthony’s church in Luling, you may have been struck by a particular image; a brilliant, 10-foot high sign of Jesus as the Divine Mercy.

The blood of martyrs has always been the seed of Christianity
April 20 at 10:00 am
By Father Wilmer Todd

Before Jesus left this earth, he commissioned his followers, “Go and make disciples of all nations, baptize them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.

Temptations are always with us but so is God’s help to overcome them
March 30 at 8:00 am
By Wilmer L. Todd


Dr. Monica Williams St. Charles Parish Hospital talks sinuses
March 23 at 2:38 pm
So you wake up with your nose congested, coughing and a headache that isn’t helped by your usual pain relievers. You can’t stop coughing, especially when you lie down at night. So what is this horrible illness that has come over you?

March 2017: The Flood of ‘73
March 10 at 8:00 am
Past Times by Terry Jones

Lent is a time to reflect on how much God loves us the way we are
March 03 at 9:00 am
Father Wilmer Todd

When we make resolutions, it’s easier to keep them if we are doing them with others.

4 simple steps to stop a cyber thief
February 23 at 2:39 pm
First National Bank USA is urging consumers to take an active role in protecting their data as its first priority to protect its customers’ money and their financial data.

We are all looking for happiness; where are we looking?
February 17 at 9:30 am
Father Wilmer L. Todd

Bishop Sheldon Fabre wrote a Pastoral Letter during Advent entitled “A Reason to Hope.” The following is the first chapter of his Pastoral abbreviated for this column.

Tips for a pain-free New Year Tips for a pain-free New Year
January 27 at 9:55 am
With the New Year upon us, now is a great time to address health and chronic pain issues that may have impacted you in the past.

The Magi were non-Jewish seekers who represent us all
January 20 at 11:23 am
Father Wilmer Todd

The Twelfth Night used to signal the end of the Christmas Season and the beginning of the Mardi Gras celebrations. We celebrated the Feast of the Epiphany on the twelfth day after Christmas but now the Church has moved the Feast to the nearest Sunday.

Is the Atchafalaya Basin the next disaster?
January 06 at 10:47 am
Past Times by Terry Jones

God loved us so much that he was willing to be born in an animal shelter
December 30, 2016 at 8:00 am
Father Wilmer Todd

For church members, the Christmas season begins on Christmas Eve and ends with the Baptism of Jesus.

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When Paul Sullivan was born three months premature, doctors didn’t know if he would make it. He’s done that and a whole lot more.