We are still in the early phase of Carnival season 2022 here in New Orleans. Mardi Gras season officially kicked off on January 6 (or January 2nd this year, thanks to our Catholic
It’s Lent Now, I Know Yes, today is the First Sunday of Lent. I know. But I think it’s appropriate to take a look back at Mardi Gras at this point.
The Catholic Guy Returns to New Orleans for Mardi Gras! Back in February of 2010, Lino Rulli [http://www.linorulli.com/] – The Catholic Guy on Sirius / XM’s The Catholic Channel 129 [http:
St. Patrick’s Day Parade in New Orleans Yesterday we went to the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade in New Orleans [http://www.stpatricksdayneworleans.com/]. This is what I had to say
Happy Mardi Gras! Actually, today is Lundi Gras. But Happy Mardi Gras anyway! Below are a few video clips from the Thoth and Bacchus parades from yesterday. I will be updating this post
It’s Mardi Gras time! Laissez les bon temps roulez! For most of the world Advent and Christmas are over and we are now in Ordinary Time. But down here in New Orleans
New Orleans is a city that loves to celebrate. Just about any excuse to throw a party will do. And since New Orleans has deep Catholic roots, many of the parties we throw
Thoth, Bacchus, Orpheus… Those are names from Greek and Egyptian mythology. They are also names of famous Mardi Gras parades in New Orleans… some of our favorite Mardi Gras parades. If you have
We’re in the middle of Carnival season down here in New Orleans. Only one more week before the parades start to roll! Can’t wait! You may have never been to Mardi
Since I am still recuperating from bronchitis, I decided to hijack an episode of SQPN’s Catholic Weekend (with permission, of course). I had the joy of joining the Catholic Weekend crew two
You know, every year during Mardi Gras season, not only do I make lots of king cakes, but I also talk about them a lot on the Catholic Foodie podcast. I tweet pictures
This is Jeff Young, the Catholic Foodie at CatholicFoodie.com and you are listening to episode 128 of the Catholic Foodie: Louisiana Oysters. Welcome, Folks, to the Catholic Foodie, where food meets faith!