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Catholic educators are privileged to teach ‘as Jesus did,’ says archbishop

In their daily striving to know and care for the young people in their midst, those who have a vocation to teach in Catholic schools and religious formation programs have the amazing privilege to teach “as Jesus did,” said Archbishop Gregory Aymond.

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Washing inmates’ feet is reminder they’re ‘not forgotten,’ archbishop says

Archbishop Gregory M. Aymond washed the feet of male and female inmates, telling them the ritual is to remind them they “are not forgotten” and that there “is nothing too great for God to forgive” if they ask for his mercy.

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New Orleans Archdiocese assesses damage from Hurricane Ida

With most of South Louisiana cut off from electrical power due to the 150-mph winds of Hurricane Ida, the Archdiocese of New Orleans announced Aug. 30 that all schools, along with its main administrative offices, would remain closed until at least Labor Day, Sept. 6.

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New Orleans SNAP leader praises Archbishop Aymond for concrete initiatives

An ongoing series of discussions between New Orleans Archbishop Gregory M. Aymond and Kevin Bourgeois, the leader of the New Orleans chapter of Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, or SNAP, has led to a significant broadening and restructuring of Archdiocese of New Orleans’ response to abuse survivors.

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Senate confirms Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court

A divided Senate, in a 52-48 vote, confirmed Amy Coney Barrett as a justice for the Supreme Court the evening of Oct. 26 and soon afterward she was sworn in by Justice Clarence Thomas at a White House ceremony.

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Senate confirms Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court

A divided Senate, in a 52-48 vote, confirmed Amy Coney Barrett as a justice for the Supreme Court the evening of Oct. 26 and soon afterward she was sworn in by Justice Clarence Thomas at a White House ceremony.

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Archbishop Aymond reconsecrates church, altar; calls priest’s acts ‘demonic’

In an act of solidarity with the 350 parishioners of Sts. Peter and Paul Church in Pearl River, a visibly upset New Orleans Archbishop Gregory M. Aymond celebrated Mass Oct. 10 for a second consecutive week for the parish and reconsecrated its church and its new altar.

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