Published February 11, 2017 Written by Clarion Herald Staff

"The Lord will show you"
    Fifty years ago this month, Patti Gallagher Mansfield participated in a weekend retreat near Pittsburgh - called the "Duquesne Weekend" - that was the beginning of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal in the United States.  The Feb. 11 issue of the Clarion Herald highlights how Mansfield's experience with the Holy Spirit has spread to millions of Catholics around the world.  

    In his regular column, Archbishop Gregory Aymond says the scourge of pornography is seriously harming both adults and children, and he has plans for the Archdiocese of New Orleans to do something about it. 

    A group of architecture students from Tulane University partnered with homeless shelter Ozanam Inn on Camp Street to design and build a series of elevated benches with a canopy that makes waiting for meals a lot more humane.  

   There's been a lot of talk about "fake news" these days. Take a look at how everyone can be an informed and literate media consumer.  

   Guest columnist Dr. Daniella Zsupan-Jerome of Notre Dame Seminary offers suggestions on how we can use the Good News to elevate our communication on social media.  

   When St. Augustine High School students went to Washington, D.C, for the annual March for Life, they extended their tour to make stops along the "Underground Railroad" to learn about the history of overcoming slavery and discrimination.  

   Corpus Christi-Epiphany Parish celebrated Black History Month with a historical tableau of major events in U.S. black history.

   The Family Life Apostolate has a centerspread with practical suggestions on how married couples can live out their faith.  

   Cabrini sophomore Abigail Markey is an opera singer, and she talks about her intense preparations for a vocal competition that have fueled her passion for singing. 

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