Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

Christianity and Islam in the Middle East: Encounter or Confrontation?: a conversation with Father Jean-Jacques Perrenes, OP.  Are you "Born to Run" to support the Woman's New Life Center? We'll tell you how you can get involved. Plus, a special icon makes its way to New Orleans to promote prayer for the dignity of life.

Issues and Faith...tonight at 7:30 and Sunday evening a 5 on WLAE.

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"Food for the Soul" brigns two local chefs out of the ktichen and into church for their testimony at a special morning of spiritualiyt for men, ACCESS brings its pro-life message on the road and Archbishop Chapelle High School is bringing generations together as they continue the tradition of the St. Joseph's Altar.

 

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We're talking about Lent including the full broadcast of Archbishop Aymond's Ash Wednesday homily...plus we'll have a Carnival wrap-up with some of New Orleans' littlest paraders.

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A Mass Mob in #NOLA, a pilgrimage to Italy and 100s of local kids getting a "head start" with a little help from Catholic Charities and Amerigroup.

Issues & Faith...Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on WLAE.

This week on Issues & Faith...

Two local Catholic high schools are teaming up to get more yougn people to Mass this weekend with the first ever Mass Mob Greater New Orleans.  We'll have all the details.

It's been over 10 years since the Clarion Herald lead a pilgrimage but that will change this Fall.  Find out more about how you can tour some of the most spiritual and beautiful Italian cities.

Plus, Catholic Charities Head Start program enrolls over 300 local children under the age of 5 and now it's getting a little help from a big corporate sponsor: Amerigroup.

All this with a recap of Cardinal Wuerl's presentation on the New Evangelization on Issues & Faith tongiht at 7:30 and Sunday evening at 5 on WLAE.

 

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Do you know how to "Read a Church"? Plus, LPO conductor talks shares his faith and spirituality and the tradition of St. Lucy lives on on New Orleans. 

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The New Evangelization Society wants you to understand the importance of the design and architecture of your church. Dr. Denis McNamara joins us for a conversation about the ties between atmopshere and spirituality in a place of worship.

Plus...Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra conductor Carlos Miguel Prieto spoke about his spirituality and bringing that into his career at a recent Spirituality in the City Meeting at Immaculate Conception on Baronne and faithful New Orleanians keep the traditional obsrvance of St. Lucy's Day alive in New Orleans.

 

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

The Sisters of Life, plans for the Archdiocese of New Orleans Retreat Center and Holy Rosary Academy and High School fulfill a special ministry in the Archdiocese of New Orleans.
Coming up this week on Issues & Faith... The Sisters of Life join us to talk about their special charism to support the dignity of life and their extraordinary ministry to women in crisis pregnancies. Dr. Paul Ceasar, the new director of the Archdiocese of New Orleans Retreat Center joins us to talk about building on the rich tradition of the Cenacle Sisters in Metairie. And, one local Catholic school is fulfilling a special education ministry to children with learning differences. We visit Holy Rosary Academy and High School to learn more about their innovative work to help children learn. Issues & Faith...Thursday night at 7:30 and Sunday evening at 5 on WLAE.

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Tonight on an all new Issues & Faith, Just the Right Attitude/Food Bank of New Orleans sits down with us to talk about their ministry. Also, Chef Minh and Chef Jose from Hotel Montelone share a Lenten recipe to try!

...Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on WLAE.

 

This week on Issues & Faith...

We are joined by Debra Jones and Troy Duhon of Just the Right Attitude/Food Bank of New Orleans and Connie Andry of Christopher Homes to talk about the food bank's partnership within our Archdiocese and to chat about their upcoming "Hunger Hustle" 5K on March 10 at City Park.

Chef Minh Duong and Chef Jose Munguia teach Margaret Dubuisson how to roll Vietnamese spring rolls, a great option for a Lenten meal. Chef Minh also shares how faith and prayer influence her cooking.

 

 

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

Tonight on an all new Issues & Faith, Catholic Women in Action joins us to discuss their special Lenten speaker series and the Clarion Herald celebrates 50 years!

...Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on WLAE.

This week on Issues & Faith...

Barbara Windhorst and Kitty Cleveland from Catholic Women in Action Committee talks about their annual Lenten reflection series for women.

Clarion Herald editor and associate editor Peter Finney, Jr. and Christine Bordelon join us to discuss the newspaper's 50th Anniversary.

Also, get an inside look at this year's Hoffinger Conference.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

Tonight on an all new Issues and Faith, Superintendent of Catholic Schools Dr. Jan Lancaster joins us to chat about Catholic Schools Week. Also, learn about Catholic Charities on the Northshore at the Northshore Pastoral Center.  ...Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on WLAE.

This week on Issues and Faith...

Dr. Jan Lancaster, Superintendent of Catholic Schools, joins us to talk about our tradition of Catholic education in our archdiocese in honor of Catholic Schools week this week.

Craig Marinello and Stephanie Dupepe from Catholic Charities at the Northshore Pastoral Center joins us to share more about the services of Catholic Charities available to Northshore residents.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

Louisiana Right to Life Federation talks about the pro-life movement in our State. Co-Workers Leadership Institute of Notre Dame Seminary shares new development opportunity for lay people. Also, an insider look at the movie "Doonby" ...Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on WLAE.

This week on Issues & Faith...

Ben Clapper and Kacie Hampton from Louisiana Right to Life Federation joins us to discuss the pro-life cause in our State and give us a recap of the recent Louisiana Life March.

Dr. Thomas Neal of Notre Dam Seminary's Co-Workers Leadership Institute joins us for a discussion on the Lay Ecclesial Minisitry, a program that gives lay people the opportunity to grow their faith and unique vocation.

Also, get an insider look at the Catholic themes behind the movie "Doonby."

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

Muguet Bolotte from the Haiti Solidarity Partnership Ministry of Mary Queen of Peace talks about her parish twinning with a Haitian Parish.  Father Steven Bruno from the Office of Vocations joins us to talk about National Vocations Awareness Week. Get a preview of this weekend's Louisiana Life March. ...Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on WLAE.

This week on Issues & Faith...

Muguet Bolotte from the Haiti Solidarity Partnership Ministry of Mary Queen of Peace Parish joins us to discuss her parish twinning with St. Benoit Parish in Haiti. This Saturday, January 12, 2013, Mary Queen of Peace will host "A Night in Haiti" to benefit St. Benoit.

Father Steven Bruno, Director of the Office of Vocations, joins us to discuss National Vocations Awareness week (January 13-19) and to share the mission of the office of vocations for our Archdiocese.

Plus... get an insider look at the Louisiana Life March, which is taking place this Saturday, January 12, 2013 in Baton Rouge.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

A special interview with Archbishop Aymond on the Year of Family and Faith in 2013, plus Sisters of the Holy Family celebrate the 200th birthday of the venerable Sr. Henriette Delille ..Issues & Faith...Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on WLAE.

This week on Issues & Faith...

Issues & Faith welcomes Margaret Dubuisson, Communications Director for Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans, as co-anchor with Jason Angelette while Sarah McDonald is out on maternity leave. Congrats to the McDonalds on their newest family member, Eloise Clare McDonald!

For our first episode of the new year, Archbishop Gregory Aymond joins us for a special interview on the Year of Family and Faith 2013 and what it means for local Catholics.

Plus...The Sisters of the Holy Family celebrate a special symposium honoring the 200th Birthday of their founder, the venerable Sr. Henriette Delille, and 170 years of service in the community.

 

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

An update on Catholic education in the archdiocese; giving back this holiday season in memory of Archbishop Hannan and the St. Louis Jesuits help Loyola celebrate 100 years...Issues & Faith...Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on WLAE.

This week on Issues & Faith...

Catholic School Superintendent Dr. Jan Lancaster is in for an update on the strategic plan for Catholic schools and a discussion on the closure of Cathedral Academy.

Byron and Sharon Adams, the chairs of the newly-named Archbishop Hannan Community Appeal are in to discuss how you can make a difference in the late archbishop's memory by giving to Catholic Charities this holiday season.

Plus...the St. Louis Jesuits help Loyola University New Orleans made a special appearance in NOLA to help the university celebrate its 100th birthday.

AND....Roll Rummel Raiders! Congrats to the State 5-A football champion Rummel Raiders!

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

Preparing for the Year of Family and Faith!

This week on Issues & Faith...

2013 is the Year of Family and Faith in the Archdiocese of New Orleans.  We'll let you know about the plans and how you can get more involved in your parish to strengthen marriage and family.

Plus, NOLA Chef John Besh shares his faith and St. Louis Cathedral is the site of a Mass for victims and survivors of violence to find solace. 

Issues & Faith...Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on WLAE.

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Watching the Saints take on the Falcons tonight? Set your DVR to record Issues & Faith at 7:30 on WLAE-TV as we prepare for the Advent Season.

This week on Issues & Faith...

Happy New Year to the Catholic Church!  The new litugical season starts with the First Sunday of Advent.  We'll talk about the meaning of the season and two special mornings of reflection sponsored by Catholic Women in Action this month.

Plus, plans for the Hofinger Conference are in full swing.  We'll talk about the origins of the conference and its purpose as we get ready for it to kick-off 2013.

Issues & Faith...Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on WLAE.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

How the New Evangelization can strengthen our faith and the Catholic Campaign for Human Development puts our faith into action. Issues & Faith...Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on WLAE.
This week on Issues & Faith... We're joined by Nick Albares of the archdiocesan Office of Justice and Peace and Dameika Morgan of the Families and Friends of Louisiana's Incarcerated Children to talk about how the Catholic Campaign for Human Development is making a difference right here in New Orleans. Plus we have members of the New Evangelization Society with us to talk about how each person's Catholic faith can grow and be strengthened through the New Evangelization as they invite the community to attend their next meeting. And, two women make their final vows as Servants of Mary. All this week on Issues & Faith on WLAE.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

Adoption awareness, a special Mass taken to the "MAX" and a new chapel at Xavier University on Issues & Faith...Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on WLAE.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith...

November is adoption awareness month and the director of Catholic Charities Adoption Services is with us to talk about her 20 years of working with birth parents, adoptive parents and adopted children all in the name of families choosing life.

Plus...Archbishop Aymond celebrates a special Mass for students of St. Mary's Academy, St. Augustine High School and Xavier Prep and blesses a new place of worship and a longtime dream at Xavier University.

Issues & Faith...Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sundaty evenings at 5 on WLAE.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

The Catholic Foundation's Annual Dinner and celebrating the life of a holy man on his path to sainthood who was proud to call New Orleans home. 

Issues & Faith...Thursday nights and 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on WLAE.

This week on Issues & Faith...

The Catholic Foundation wil host its Annual Dinner next week and will be honoring this year's Pope John Paul II Award Winner Dr. Jack Andonie.  Get the details on how you can take part.

We're celebrating all saints day with a discussion about Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos, a man on his path to sainthood with New Orleans connections.  The director of the National Shrine of Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos, located right here in New Orleans, is in to talk about Blessed Seelos' life and give us an update on his cause for canonization.

Plus, Archbishop Aymond opened the Magnificat House of Discernment for Women in August.  We'll take you to that celebration.

 

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

The Woman's New Life Center is bringing "hope" to those considering or affected by abortion and Cafe Hope is dishing up some sweet and savory items to benefit PACE at the 2nd annual Pew to do.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith...

We keep our focus on the life issues this October with an interview about the Woman's New Life Center's mission and growth in Southeast Louisiana. CEO Angie Thomas talks about the opportunity to minister to women and men affected by abortion by bringing hope to a desperate situation.

PACE Greater New Orleans is hosting its 2nd annual Pew To Do on November 9th and along with many restaurants, Cafe Hope will be providing food for the event.  Stephanie and Cafe Hope Sous Chef Victoria Cole are in the kitchen to talk about the event and give us a helpful "Day After Thanksgiving" recipe.

Plus, Catholic education is an important ministry of the local Catholic Church. Archbishop Aymond's recent address sheds light on his vision for Catholic education.

Issues & Faith...Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on WLAE.

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Issues & Faith...Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sundays at 5 on WLAE.

This week on Issues & Faith...

We continue our focus on pro-life awareness month as we meet with two staff members of ACCESS Pregnancy and Referral Center and talk about their ministry to women and families dealing with crisis pregnancies.

The Bishop Perry Conference is November 3 and the director of the Office of Black Catholic Ministries is in the studio to talk about the impetus for hosting the conference and the impact Bishop Perry's story had on her life.

Plus, a special monthly hour of Adorationfor Vocations has been held throughout the archdiocese since January. We'll catch up with Fr. Steven Bruno and learn more about how this celebration will conclude.

Issues & Faith...Thursday nights and 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on WLAE. 

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Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

Continuing our focus on prolife issues and a Catholic Charities program finds new life post-Issac.

Issues & Faith...Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on WLAE.

This week on Issues & Faith...

We keep our focus on pro-life awareness month by discussing tomorrow night's Racial Harmony Celebration with guests Darlene Thomas of St. Andrew the Apostle and Sal Longoria, chair of the archdiocesan Racial Harmony Committee.

Plus, homeowners in need of assistance post-Isaac can contact Catholic Charities for help, and Operation Helping Hands coordinator David Harms is in the studio to tell us more about the program's resurrection.

And, it's a celebration over 200 years in the making at St. Bernard Catholic Church. We'll take you to da' parish to celebrate history.

Issues & Faith...Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on WLAE.  More than television.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

The latest on the archdiocese's Isaac recovery efforts, a sit-down with Notre Dame Seminary's new rector and marraige enrichment that brought inspiration and entertainment.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith...

Following Hurricane Isaac's landfall Archbishop Aymond, Catholic Charities and Second Harvest mobilized immediately to bring consolation and assistance to those affected.  Get the latest on the local Catholic Church's recovery efforts straight from Archbishop Aymond.

Father James Wehner is Notre Dame Seminary's new rector-president, and he joins us to share a little about his background and his plans and vision for Notre Dame Seminary's future.

Plus..a date night for married couples at Rock 'n Bowl featuring New Orleans Saints coach Joe Lombardi and his wife Molly, music, meal and fun - it was the annual archdiocesan Super and Substance.

Issues & Faith...Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on WLAE.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

A special visit with the Preacher of the Papal household and NET Team visits New Orleans
Coming up this week on Issues & Faith...

Father Raniero Cantalamessa sits down for an in-depth interview about his 32 years as Preacher to the Papal Household and his most recent visit to New Orleans...

NET Team Retreat team spends a week in the archdiocese reaching out to teens...

and the news of the Catholic Church from the Vatican to the United States.

Issue & Faith...Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on LAE - More than Television

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

Pope John Paul II high celebrates PJP2's beatification; Honoring extraordinary service from lay Catholics; a Jazz Brunch to support life and the 2nd installment of our special Theology Series
Coming up this week on Issues & Faith...

Archbishop Aymond celebrates the beatification of Blessed John Paul II at the slidell school that bears his name: Pope John Paul II High School...

Over 200 lay Catholics were honored last week with the Order of St. Louis Awards and we'll take you to the ceremony...

ACCESS is sponsoring their annual Jazz Brunch and celebrating 40 years of service to the community this year.

Plus - news from the Vatican and local Catholic Church.

Issues & Faith...Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on LAE - More than Television.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

Special guests from around the Archdiocese

This week on Issues & Faith, we'll hear from Mount Carmel students who are putting on a production of "Thoroughly Modern Millie" later this month.

Archbishop Emeritus Alfred C. Hughes is back with another spiritual reflection for Lent.

Deacon Jesse Watley, Director of Pastoral Services for the Archdiocese, will discuss the upcoming Men's Morning of Spirituality.

And we'll learn all about what's happening with Pope John Paul II's beatification.

Issues & Faith...Thursday nights at 7:30 PM and Sunday evenings at 5 PM on WLAE - More than television.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

A Lenten mission, a special second collection, a super Lenten recipe, and Archbishop Emeritus Hughes continues his Lenten series

We’ll hear from a dynamic young priest who is conducting a Lenten Mission at St. Edward the Confessor with some ideas about how to improve your spiritual journey.

Nick Albares from the Catholic Charities Office of Justice and Peace will discuss the upcoming second collection for Catholic Relief Services and how the Catholic Church is responding to disasters and need all over the world.

Penny Caballero, cafeteria manager at St. Scholastica High School in Covington, prepares a delicious and simple Lenten salad with crabmeat.

And finally, Archbishop Emeritus Alfred Hughes continues his Lenten series with more on how we can use this season to grow closer to God.

Issues & Faith...Thursday nights at 7:30 PM and Sunday evenings at 5 PM on WLAE - More than television.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

Archbishop Aymond discusses two new Lenten initiatives and a new committee of Catholic women is planning some special events this Lent.
Coming up this week on Issues & Faith...

Archbishop Grgeory Aymond joins us to discuss two new Lenten pastoral initatives in the Archdiocese of New Orleans: Catholics Come Home and the "New Battle of New Orleans".  Find out how you can be a part of the prayer campaigns to bring inactive Catholics back to the Church and to end violence in our community.

Plus, Catholic Women in Action, a new committee of the Catholic Foundation, is hosting series of mornings of reflection for women in the archdiocese throughout Lent.  Find out more about their goals for the event and their ongoing plans.

Issues & Faith...Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on LAE - More than television.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

The life and ministry of Henriette Delille, St. Dominic's Dragoneer Medics Robotics team and celebrating religious life
Coming up this week on Issues & Faith...

As the global church prepares to celebrate the beatification of Pope John Paul II, a native New Orleanian's cause for canonization is getting more attention.  Find out more about the life and ministry of Mother Henriette Delille and where her cause is before the Vatican.

The 10-student robotics team at St. Dominic is heading to an international competition with their inventive and original model for a bicycle for the blind and visually impaired.  We'll get an instudio demonstration and meet the team.

Plus, celebrating religious life in the Archdiocese of New Orleans and news of the Catholic Church from around the world.

Issues & Faith...Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on LAE - More than television.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

Learning more about the local Chinese Catholic comunity, an evangelization conference and a CYO bowling tournament.
Coming up this week on Issues & Faith...

Did you know there is a small but active Chinese Catholic community in the New Orleans area?  We'll sit down with a few of their leaders to talk about what the Chinese Catholic community is doing here in NOLA and some of their new challenges.

The Office of Black Catholic Ministries is spreading the good news through their 3rd annual Evangelization conference.

And, Catholic teens from across the metro gather to go bowling for their faith.

Plus, news from the Vatican and the national Catholic Church.  Issues and Faith...Thursday nighs at 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on LAE - More than Television.

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Catholics give up their MLK Day to serve; Daughters of Charity continue legacy of quality medical care; and Commemorating 1-year since the Haiti earthquake
Coming up this week on Issues & Faith...

Catholic school students and volunteers of all ages are giving up their Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday to be "On not Off" to give back the city.  Learn more about the local Catholic Church's plans for MLK Day.

Health care is a major issue locally and nationally, find out more about how the Daughters of Charity Services of New Orleans are continuing their legacy of quality medical care for all in the 21st century.

Plus, it's been 1-year since a devasting earthquake killed 250,000 people and displaced over a million residents in Haiti.  Learn moare about the progress in Haiti and what the local Catholic church is planning to conitue its aid efforts.

Issues & Faith...Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on LAE - More than Television.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

NCCYM, a live performance from Tim Laughlin and the news from the Vatican and the local Catholic Church
Coming up this week on Issues & Faith...

The National Conference of Catholic Youth Ministers is next week here in New Orleans.  We'll hear more about the conference and its importance to youth ministry, plus learn how you can take part in the festivities.

With the New Year will come new construction at St. Ann, we'll visit the Metairie parish and talk about the plans.

A performance by local clarinet player Tim Laughlin plus the news from the Vatican and the local Catholic Church.

Issues & Faith, Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on WLAE - More than Television.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

Lasermonks, a Jazz Band, and the first of our Christ on Campus series
Coming up tonight on Issues & Faith...

When Fr. Bernard McCoy shopped for laser ink cartridges for his order's monastery, he never dreamed he'd find himself CEO of Lasermonks, but that is exactly where the Lord has lead him.  Learn more about his story.

The Catholic Campaign for Human Development Annual Collection is this weekend, find out how CCHD funds are making a difference for Louisiana residents affected by the oil spill.

Plus a visit from members of Brother Martin's Jazz Band and the first of our Christ on Campus series takes us to Mount Carmel Academy.

Issues & Faith...Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on LAE...More than television.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

A pilgrimage to the Middle East, St. Mary's Academy Choir and bringing spirituality to the workplace
Coming up this week on Issues & Faith...

Two local educators from Archbishop Rummel High School made a pilgrimage to the Middle East this summer. We'll talk to them about their trip in preparation for Global Solidarity Week.

1st Tuesdays at Immaculate Conception features Archbishop Aymond as he discusses bringing spirituality to the workplace.

A visit from St. Mary's Academy Choir and the start of a 3-part conversation with local theologian Jimmy Seghers.

Issues & Faith, Thursday night at 7:30 and Sunday evening at 5 on WLAE...more than television.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

A Day of Adoration for Vocations, a visit from a few Saints and one school's version of a Saints parade
Coming up this week on Issues & Faith...

Saturday is the Day of Adoration for Vocations, for Our Seminarians and Our Priests. Learn more about how you can participate...

Monday was All Saints Day and we kept the celebration going with a parade at St. Anthony of Padua and a visit from a few Saints from Norco...

Plus, the news from the global Catholic Church and two special announcements from I & F hosts Sarah McDonald and Jason Angelette.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

A Catholic scripture scholar, celebrating community in Violet and a special performance by a local performer Lorraine Hess
Coming up this week on Issues & Faith…

Catholics are often criticized for not knowing the Bible. We’ll sit down with a nationally renowned Catholic scripture scholar working to change that perception.

Overcoming Katrina and the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, the parishioners of Our Lady of Lourdes in Violet celebrate their first Oyster Festival since 2005 and we’ll take you to the celebration.

Plus, local Catholic singer/songwriter Lorraine Hess joins us to perform an original song and news from Pope Benedict XVI and much more.

Issues & Faith…Thursdays at 7:30 pm and Sundays at 5 pm on WLAE…More than television.

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A gala to benefit Notre Dame Seminary, a performance from Mount Carmel Academy students and the Daughters of Charity expand their ministry
Coming up this week on Issues & Faith...

With Archbishop Aymond's push to increase vocations to the priesthood a priority in the archdiocese, Notre Dame Seminary is hosting a gala to raise funds to support the ministry. Find out more and how you can help...

Mount Carmel Academy takes us "down the rabbit hole" with their production of Alice and Wonderland this week and we'll give youa sneak peek...

The Daughters of Charity Health Clinic on Carrollton Avenue is now open, state of the art, and welcoming the community in.  All are welcome at their upcoming community health clinic.

All of this plus the latest news from Pope Benedict XVI and the Vatican on Issues & Faith.  Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on LAE...More than television.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

The Cause for Archbishop Sheen's canonization, the MQP bell choir, admissions season for Catholic high schools and special religious education classes for special needs children all this week on Issues & Faith
Coming up this week on Issues & Faith...

Bishop Shelton Fabre joins us to talk about the New Orleans community can get involved in Archbishop Fulton Sheen's Cause for Canonization....

A visit from the Mary, Queen of Peace bell choir...

6th and 7th graders are starting to think about high school; we'll talk more about that process, and

A special class of religious education students gives a lesson on God's love.

All of this plus news from the Vatican and the national Catholic Church.

Issues & Faith...Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sunday evenings at 5 on WLAE...More than television.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

Archbishop Aymond talks about the importance of prayer in daily life; we visit with Mount Carmel Academy and celebrating Family Day.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith...

Archbishop Aymond talks about the importance of prayer in the daily life of a Catholic;

A Northshore parish celebrates Family Day with an old-fashioned parish picnic;

We continue our series focusing on our Catholic high schools with a visit from Mount Carmel Academy; and

Dr. David Liberto guides us through our faith in Faith Seeking Understanding.

Issues & Faith...Thursday nights at 7:30 and Sundays at 5 pm on LAE - more than television.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

Archbishop Aymond discusses the importance of family; we explore a "Touch of French" in the French Quarter ; and we begin our series featuring local Catholic high schools

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith...

As the archdiocese prepares to celebrate Family Day September 27th, Archbishop Gregory Aymond discusses the importance of family life to the community and to the Church....

We visit the Old Ursuline Convent Muesum for a lesson on French architecture...

With recruitment season underway, we begin our series of interviews about local high schools; first up: Cabrini High School...

Plus, Dr. David Liberto joins us once again for Faith Seeking Understanding.

Issues & Faith, Thursdays at 7:30 pm and Sundays at 5 pm on LAE - More than Television

 

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

A Mass of Thanksgiving honoring Bishop Morin; a traditional St. Joseph's Day Altar with a non-traditional twist; and protecting the conscience rights of health care professionals

Auxiliary Bishop Roger Morin will soon become the Bishop of Biloxi…we’ll highlight some moments of his farewell mass at the cathedral…

 

St. Joseph’s day is celebrated in an alternative setting…

 

Supporting the conscience rights of healthcare workers…

 

and Dr. David liberto guides us through our faith.

 

Issues & Faith Thursday night at 7:30 on LAE…television worth watching. 

 

Plus, don’t forget to tune-in to the annual WLAE-TV Tuition Auction Sunday, March 29 from 5 pm to 9 pm.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

Gospel of Life Holy Hour, a special sleepover for Catholic teens and preparing Catholic couples for marriage.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith...

The Archbishop speaks about the encouraging ministry of young adults with a young couple who founded the Gospel of Life Holy Hour to bring Eucharistic Adoration to the college campus along with lessons about the sanctity and respect for life.

A group of local Catholic School Students experienced the life of a homeless teenager last weekend.  See what they learned in the process.

One local couples has spent over 30 years preparing Catholic engaged couples for the Sacrament of Matrimony.  We'll hear about their experiences.

Plus, Dr. David Liberto guides us through the Catechism of the Catholic Church with Faith Seeking Understanding and the news from the Vatican to the Archdiocese of New Orleans.

Issues and Faith...Thursday and Sunday nights at 7:30 pm on LAE - Television Worth Watching.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

Discussing excommunication, a Mass to celebrate a canonization cause and a revival for all to refocus with the Holy Spirit.

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith...

It's a hot topic in the news lately, but what exactly does excommunication mean in the Catholic Church?  Archbishop Hughes explains.

Archbishop Fulton Sheen was the first to use television as a tool for evangelization and now he's up for canonization.

Youth and young adult Catholics are inviting everyone to their 2nd Annual Revival.  All they ask, come and be open to the spirit!

All this plus the news of the Catholic Church and Dr. David Liberto with Faith Seeking Understanding.

Issues & Faith, Thursday and Sunday nights at 7:30 on LAE - Television Worth Watching.

 

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

Issues & Faith going on a summer hiatus

This week on Issues & Faith

Archbishop Hughes and Fr. Michael Jacques discuss the implementation of Phase II of the Pastoral Plan and Mary Claire Landry of Crescent House joins us to talk about the programs role and service in the community to women and families in crisis situations. 

Issues & Faith is taking a summer hiatus, but will be back with new episodes in August.  Plus, watch for special Catholic and faith-based programming and rebroadcasts of our favorite episodes!

Issues & Faith...Thursdays and Sundays at 7:30 on LAE - Television Worth Watching!

Coming up this week on Issues & Faith

Celebrating the Feast of Corpus Christi and a sneal peak at Archbishop Hannan High School's new campus.

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As Catholics around the world celebrate the Feast of Corpus Christi, the Body and Blood of Christ, Archbishop Hughes is joined by Susie Veters, Director of the Office of Eucharistic Adoration to talk about the significance and power of the Eucharist in our lives.  Plus, Fr. Richard Hermes, S.J., talks about the Archdiocese of New Orleans' special new tradition of the Corpus Christi Procession.

A group of seniors at Archbishop Hannan High take their first and last steps on their alma mater's new campus and Dr. David Liberto continues his series on love in Faith Seeking Understanding.

All this plus the news of the Catholic Church around the world and at home in New Orleans. 

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Opposing immigration legislation in Baton Rouge, opening children's hearts to vocations and helping the poor and elderly rebuild in post-Katrina New Orleans.

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The Catholic bishops take a stand against immigration legislation in Baton Rouge.  Archbishop Hughes and Martin Gutierrez of teh Hispanic Apostolate talk about the Catholic social teaching behind this opposition.

Fifth graders from across the Archdiocese of New Orleans come together for a day of fun and prayer geared towards opening their hearts to the possibility of a vocation.

And a representative from the Catholic Charities Operation Helping Hands Volunteer Corps joins us to talk about how everyone can help rebuild the lives of the poor and elderly in New Orleans.

All this plus the news of the Catholic Church from around the world and Faith Seeking Understanding with Dr. David Liberto.

Issues and Faith, Thursdays and Sundays at 7:30 pm on LAE - Television Worth Watching.

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Archbishop Hughes talks about Mother's Day, celebrating Pentecost and meeting the medical needs of the most in need in the Bywater.

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Archbishop Hughes joins Jason Angelette and Magnificat Ministry to Women Central Mission Team Member Paulette Renaudin to talk about Mother's Day and ministering to Catholic women.

We'll take you to the Shirly Benson PACE Center where Catholic Charities is getting some help in ministering to the holistic medical needs of the elderly in the Bywater.

Sarah Comiskey sits down with Al and Patti Mansfield of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal to talk about celebrating Pentecost and the experience of the Holy Spirit in our lives.

All this plus the news of the Catholic Church and Faith Seeking understanding with Dr. David Liberto.

Issues and Faith, Thursdays and Sundays at 7:30 pm on LAE - Television Worth Watching. 

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