Too busy to pray? Too preoccupied with all YOU have to do that you miss what other people need? Then you might want to get to know St. Martha of Bethany. You know, Martha and Mary, the sisters of Lazarus. You do remember that story, don’t you? If not, you can read about it in Luke 10:38-42. […]
On the menu today: Devotion to St. Joseph, Husband of Mary, Foster-Father of Jesus, and Terror of Demons; Mary in the Kitchen with Sarah Reinhard, feedback from Anne in the UK and from Daniel. Also, total consecration to Mary. In this week’s “Mary in the Kitchen,” Sarah Reinhard reflects on Mary’s role as a wife and invites […]
This is going to be an awesome documentary. Pope John Paul II called Blessed James Alberione the first apostle of the New Evangelization. The Pauline Family is the family to which Char and I belong… in the Holy Family Institute. Watch the video and let me know what you think! Comment below.
Last night we were privileged to attend the Bacchus parade in New Orleans. We staked out a spot (or actually, Big D staked out a spot) on St. Charles Avenue, right in front of Cannon’s Restaurant. We were on the neutral ground, and Big D had set up a couple of 10ft. ladders. Perfect for […]
Here is some video I shot at the Saints victory parade in New Orleans on Tuesday, February 9, 2010. We are proud of our New Orleans Saints! It is reported that there were 800,000 to 1 million people at that parade. It was truly amazing. WHO DAT!
On the show today… A LIVE recording of the Catholic Foodie Superbowl pre-game show. You don’t want to miss this! You will get to hear my prediction of which team will be victorious (and I end up being right, ya know!). And I am joined by Adolfo Rodriguez who shares a wealth of Saints facts and Catholic […]
On the menu today… the WHO DAT! controversy, the SQPN Mardi Gras Mambo Marathon, LOTS of feedback, king cakes, and even more yummy stuff. Join us at the Catholic Foodie where food meets faith! Here are the links I promised you: The WHO DAT dog Fleurty Girl WHO DAT say dey gonna beat dem Saints? […]
Soul Food! We are celebrating the Feasts of All Saints and All Souls. This is a time to remember that this earthly life is not the end. There is more waiting for us. This is the time to remember the Last Things (death, heaven, hell, and purgatory). This is a time to remember how important […]
Bones? St. Mary Magdalene? Yes, that’s right! I had the awesome privilege of venerating the tibia of St. Mary Magdalene tonight! As a matter of fact, my whole family had that privilege. Listen to hear more about it… and to hear about Sunday’s episode of the Catholic Foodie. We are going to talk about All […]
Submitted by MJ. What do you think Blessed Seelos missed the most from Bavaria while he was stationed in New Orleans? Do you think the Germans, who settled in New Orleans in the 1800’s, cooked the same way as his relatives in Fusen? Something for the “Catholic Foodie” to ponder! Maybe a submitted recipe might appear at […]