On the seventh anniversary of Hurricane Katrina Aug. 29, Archbishop Gregory M. Aymond offered prayers for people in the Archdiocese of New Orleans impacted by slow-moving Hurricane Isaac.
It was fitting that a rock ‘n’ roll band named after a Ben and Jerry’s ice cream flavor jammed Aug. 4 at a summer festival known for live performances and tasty treats.
Inside the hospital’s chapel, he knelt respectfully before the Blessed Sacrament. Revering the Eucharist is a common practice for Catholics. But, eucharistic adoration might seem unusual to others, especially leaders of Protestant denominations. Nevertheless, the gentleman praying near the tabernacle that particular evening in Lafayette, Ind., was an evangelical minister.