Monthly Archives: October 2015

“How one US archdiocese is revamping its marriage prep”


Read how the Archdiocese of New Orleans has revamped its marriage preparation process.  To read the article written by Kevin Jones go to:

Live Streaming of Daniel Cardinal DiNardo


“Cardinal DiNardo will share his insights from the synod and its ramifications for the future of the family. Aided by dialogue partners Fr. Leon Strieder and Fr. Lawrence Jozwiak, there will be time for great discussion and questions from the audience.

UPDATE: Due to the large number of people interested in attending the Steele Lecture this year and the limited seating available, we will be streaming the lecture live on our website beginning at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 29. You will be able to watch the event at

Feast of Saints Simon and Jude, Apostles

sts simon and jude

Sts. Simon and Jude pray for us.  To  learn more about these two saints go to The Word Among Us and read their article on these two apostles.

October: Month of the Rosary

Lady of the Rosary

As we come to the end of October, please remember to take time to pray the rosary.  There are many tools on the web.  One such tool is on YouTube.  The 4 Mysteries of the Rosary can be found at  or Holy Rosary with the Pope

Cardinal DiNardo to share his insights from the Synod and its ramifications for the future of the family on October 29.

Plan to attend Cardinal DiNardo’s presentation; aided by dialogue partners Fr. Leon Strieder and Fr. Lawrence Jozwiak, there will be time for discussion and questions. The lecture begins at 7:00 p.m., this Thursday, October 29, in the Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza Auditorium, located in the Nold Education Building at St. Mary’s Seminary, 9845, Memorial Drive. It’s free and open to the public. Steele




Tomorrow, October 25th, is Priesthood Sunday!

Tomorrow is the day set aside this year to celebrate and extend our thanks and prayers to the priests who serve our Archdiocese in so many ways – in our parishes, as chaplains in prisons, hospitals, the Port of Houston, and as military chaplains. We invite you to give the priests you know a simple thank you on this day, or offer a spiritual bouquet (the offering of rosaries, Masses or Holy Hours). Please pray for vocations and for all priests on this day. For more ideas and suggestions visit sunday