Release Date: 10/15/2019
The Clarion Herald's associate editor Christine Bordelon interviews Dr. Brian Credo, Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics AND Director of the BioMedical Track in the Pre-Professional Program at Archbishop Rummel, Dominican’s vice president/principal Carolyn Favre, Cabrini principal Yvonne Hrapmann and Michelle Nichols, a parent of students at Dominican and Rummel, to discuss an informative video they collaborated on called “ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT: RAISING HEALTHY TEENS IN A TIME OF PANDEMIC.”info_outline The Year of the Eucharist
Christine Bordelon, associate editor of the Clarion, and editor Peter Finney Jr. talk with Father Colm Cahill and Deacon Ray Duplechain, members of the Year of the Eucharist committee for the Archdiocese of New Orleans, and Catholic mom of six from St. Catherine of Siena Parish Michelle Macicek about the meaning of the Eucharist for Catholics, the importance of attending in-person Mass and the Year of the Eucharist beginning Jan. 10, 2021, in the Archdiocese of New Orleans. Christine asked Father Cahill to explain the true meaning of the Eucharist since a Pew study revealed that more than half...info_outline How the pandemic is affecting children’s mental health
Clarion Herald associate editor and editor Peter Finney talk with local education and mental health leaders about children’s mental health during the pandemic. Christine: As we endure the 1-th month of the pandemic, I wondered how children were doing. I’ve invited invited Dr. RaeNell Houston, superintendent of Catholic schools for the Archdiocese of New Orleans; Dr. Doug Walker, Ph.D., chief programs director and a clinical psychologist with Mercy Family Center which offers counseling services for all ages; and Charlotte Phillips, one of our NOLA Catholic Parenting writers and...info_outline "The Pain of Miscarriage."
The Clarion Herald's associate editor Christine Bordelon interviews Dr. Michael Graham, an OB-GYN at East Jefferson General Hospital; NOLA Catholic Parenting blogger and columnist Megan Lacourrege; and Sherri Peppo, director of the nonprofit New Orleans Catholic Cemeteries on the subject of miscarriage. Christine asks each of them to share their experiences with miscarriage. 2:40: Megan Lacourrege tells her unique story, having two children and two miscarriages since 2014. She had a 2-year-old, then experienced a miscarriage. After, she said she experienced a hard time in her...info_outline A shepherd’s care during COVID-19
Three pastors in the Archdiocese of New Orleans – Oblate Father Tony Rigoli (Our Lady of Guadalupe), Father John Asare Dankwah (St. Peter Claver) and Father Sidney Speaks (St. Joseph the Worker) – speak with the Clarion Herald's Christine Bordelon and Peter Finney about their pastoral outreach during the pandemic.info_outline A shepherd’s care during COVID-19
Three pastors in the Archdiocese of New Orleans – Oblate Father Tony Rigoli (Our Lady of Guadalupe), Father John Asare Dankwah (St. Peter Claver) and Father Sidney Speaks (St. Joseph the Worker) – speak with the Clarion Herald's Christine Bordelon and Peter Finney about their pastoral outreach during the pandemic.info_outline How COVID-19 has changed education
Clarion Herald and NOLA Catholic Parenting associate editor Christine Bordelon talks with NOLA Catholic Parenting bloggers/columnists Kim Roberts and Ty Salvant as well as the Office of Catholic Education and Faith Formation Kasey Webb and Clarion Herald editor Peter Finney Jr. about the changing landscape of education in the Archdiocese of New Orleans since the COVID-19 crisis hit New Orleans in March 2020. :30-1:30: Christine talks about the Brave New World of education since the pandemic and how she was home with her husband and grandchild fighting for internet. 1:30 Christine said...info_outline The Importance of Catholic Schools
Host Christine Bordelon, associate editor of the Clarion Herald, talks with bloggers/columnists Gaby Smith and Ana Borden, and Dr. RaeNell Houston, superintendent of Catholic schools for the Archdiocese of New Orleans about what Catholic schools offer students beyond education.info_outline The Importance of Catholic Schools
Host Christine Bordelon, associate editor of the Clarion Herald, talks with bloggers/columnists Gaby Smith and Ana Borden, and Dr. RaeNell Houston, superintendent of Catholic schools for the Archdiocese of New Orleans about what Catholic schools offer students beyond education.info_outline Catholic traditions during Mardi Gras
NOLA Catholic Parenting host Christine Bordelon talks with bloggers and columnists Ana Borden, Sarah McDonald and Gaby Smith about the Catholic aspects of Carnival and how Catholic families celebrate in New Orleans and include family, food and Mass.info_outline
This podcast deals with pro-life activities including the current 40 Days for Life in New Orleans through Nov. 3, and also the March for Life event in Washington, D.C., in January 2020.
Host Christine Bordelon speaks with Sarah Zagorski, special projects director for Louisiana Right to Life, and NOLA Catholic Parenting blogger/columnist Kim Roberts about their involvement in pro-life issues.
:43: Since Washington, D.C., March for Life began, more than 16,000 babies have been saved worldwide.
1:00 Gaby tells us about more than 20 days filled already of people participating in a peaceful presence at the abortion clinic in Uptown New Orleans. It has a huge impact.
2:10 Sarah said the local vigil is from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. through Nov.
Churches can sign up for an hour or the whole hour at 2701 General Pershing St., New Orleans. Within three hours at this clinic, nine women went in, the day she went. Women who go in know that someone is there for them praying because of the peaceful presence.
3:40 Kim said being a mother is was her goal to tell her how precious life was. Her daughter went to the March for Life in Washington, D.C. and felt it was life changing. She felt she part of something bigger than herself during the D.C., She felt her voice was being heard as a youth. Her son went, too. Her youngest daughter went to the Baton Rouge Pro-Life event and Kim says she felt the presence of praying the rosary as this group prayed together for the unborn.
5:30 In Louisiana has several local events that coordinates with Washington, D.C. event. Sarah went to D.C. event with hundreds of thousands of people. “It’s a life-changing experience to realize. The media blocks out . College students put on an event called Go Forth - this year on Jan. 23, 2020.
March for Life in 2020 is Jan. 24 in Washington, D.C. “Everyone should go at least once to experience."