You might recognize Diana. She’s known as The Faithful Traveler [http://www.thefaithfultraveler.com/] and she has produced multiple Catholic travel television series that have aired on EWTN [http://ewtn.com/]. She’
Kuma’s Corner and the “Sacrilicious” Burger Early this month I received an intriguing email from Ellen Hirst of The Chicago Tribune [http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/chi-at-chicagos-kumas-is-newest-heavymetal-burger-tasty-or-tasteless-20131002,0,1453718.story]
What’s the Deal with Catholicism and Food? I’m The Catholic Foodie, right? This is “where food meets faith,” right? But I don’t often talk plainly about the food-faith connection. I
I read a book a number of years ago that really struck me by it’s simplicity and depth. The Privilege to Be Catholic [http://www.catholiccompany.com/catholic-books/1001977/Privilege-Being-Catholic?sli=1001977/
[https://www.catholicfoodie.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/holyspiritdoveideacreamanuelasPps.jpg]Archbishop Gregory M. Aymond, Archbishop of New Orleans, conferred the Sacrament of Confirmation on 78 young people in our parish Monday night. I
On the menu today… School lunches. No, we not going to eat school lunches, we’re just going to talk about them! Also on the menu: religious education and sacramental preparation for Confirmation,
Confession and crawfish? Yes! Both are wonderful, and both are on the menu today at The Catholic Foodie. Confession is a sacrament. It is an efficacious sign instituted by Jesus to give grace.