There is a house in New Orleans they call the Skeleton House. I can’t say that it’s been the ruin of any poor boys, but it has been known to draw
The summer heat in south Louisiana can be oppressive. It’s not like the dry heat of southern California or Arizona. No. It’s a heat with teeth … and a fiery humid tongue
In November 1971 Carly Simon released her second studio album, which was titled Anticipation. The title track of that album soared to number 3 on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart, and the following
Yes, Mardi Gras is over for this year. We are now in the 3rd week of Lent. But that’s kinda the point of this article I want to share with you today.
Halloween 2017 is over. True. But that doesn’t mean we can’t get a treat out of reading lessons learned from the Halloweens of yesteryear. Oh, and if you click the link
[September kicked off a new endeavor for me… a monthly column in Catholic Digest Magazine called Savoring Sundays. Below is an excerpt of my first installment. Please do enjoy, and be sure to
I shared this recipe this morning on the Wake Up! show on Catholic Community Radio. It’s not my recipe. I just happened to come across it. And I’m glad I did.
“Behold the Lamb of God, Who takes away the sins of the world…” If you are a regular Mass-goer, the words above should sound familiar to you. At the beginning of the Communion
Do you see the common thread in these scenarios? 1) A cocktail hour before a business dinner. 2) The home-cooked meal that Mom whipped up in between the after-school pick-up line and soccer
Dr. Gregory Bottaro of the Catholic Psych Institute joins me today to talk about Catholic Mindfulness and a new introduction course that he has available at CatholicMindfulness.com. The full course title is
Exciting show today on location at Cavan restaurant on Magazine Street in New Orleans. Joining me around the table are two lovely ladies: Caitlin Watzke from Louisiana Cookin’ Magazine and Chef Ruby Bloch
On The Catholic Foodie Show today we talk fall festivals in and around New Orleans (including the inaugural Fried Chicken Festival!) and the first-ever Olive Mass to celebrate food and bless the hands