During times of tragedy many people turn to their faith for answers or question everything they thought they knew.
You can never be prepared for events like we saw today. Father Chester Arceneaux, Pastor at Saint John's Cathedral says you should turn to faith to deal with evil in... more »
Alternative medicine is a growing trend, but some in Acadiana have been practicing it for decades with a strong base in the Catholic faith. Traiteurs date back hundreds of years, but it's a dying tradition. Prescilla Darby is one of them, trying to keep the faith alive one patient at... more »
Faith House is hosting a community wide garage sale to be held February 19, 2011 at Cajun Field from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. Registration begins at 8:00 am. Simply load up your car with any items to sell, come to Cajun Field and rent one parking spot for $20.00... more »
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Country music star Faith Hill says giving back just comes naturally for the Mississippi native, and she has a message for those still recovering from Hurricane Katrina. "We are here for you still and you are not forgotten," Hill said before headlining a free concert Tuesday... more »
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Country music star Faith Hill brings her signature style and grace to New Orleans to honor the resilient spirit of Gulf Coast residents who are still rebuilding five years after Hurricane Katrina. Hill headlines a free concert Tuesday evening to celebrate how far the Gulf Coast... more »
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Where would Jesus drill? Religious leaders who consider environmental protection a godly mission are making the Gulf of Mexico oil spill a rallying cry. They hope it inspires people of faith to support cleaner energy while changing their personal lives to consume less and contemplate more.... more »
Some people are taking a different approach towards a solution to stop the oil spill-- they are turning to prayer.
Governor Bobby Jindal declared Sunday, June 27th as a "Statewide Day of Prayer" for perseverance through the oil spill cleanup.
Acadianians flocked to church Sunday morning. They say... more »
BOOTHVILLE, La. (AP) - The reality that the Gulf oil leak could keep flowing for months was setting in for some somber churchgoers in Louisiana. In Plaquemines Parish near the mouth of the Mississippi River, the Rev. Theodore Turner said Sunday some of his congregants are getting desperate because BP... more »
A local organization is holding a press conference on healthcare reform today. Faith leaders from the Lafayette area will voice their support for health reform legislation. They'll meet at St. James Baptist Church on Plum Street, at 10 o'clock this morning.