Diocese of Louisiana

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May 1, 2019

The UTO Board and staff are thrilled to announce Raising Grateful Voices, a new opportunity to gather together to learn, share, and experience UTO Grant sites. This triennium, UTO will be offering annual regional gatherings in conjunction with other complementary gatherings in The...

April 1, 2019

The UTO Board and staff are thrilled to announce Raising Grateful Voices, a new opportunity to gather together to learn, share, and experience UTO Grant sites. This triennium, UTO will be offering annual regional gatherings in conjunction with other complementary gatherings in The Episcopal...

May 1, 2018

By: Jericho Road, Diocese of Louisiana

Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative successfully met the following goals of our Healthy Living for Low-Income Familiesprogram in an effort to bring educational and experiential opportunities for healthy living habits to low-income families in Central City, New Orleans:

Formed...

April 4, 2017

The Rev. Morgan MacIntire, far right, led a group of parishioners on a three-mile walk after the noon Ash Wednesday service to kick-off the Walk to Jerusalem program. Photo courtesy of the Rev. Morgan MacIntire

[Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana] As the last piece of king cake lingered in...

February 22, 2017

More and more international students at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge have been coming to the Lunch with C.S. Lewis program offered by St. Alban’s Episcopal Chapel. Photo:Diocese of Louisiana

[Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana] “At St. Alban’s Chapel, we focus our energy on...

September 14, 2016

Louisiana Bishop Morris K. Thompson, the Rev. Canon Shannon Manning, canon to the ordinary in the Diocese of Louisiana, and the Rev. Elaine Clements, a deacon and the diocese’s disaster and preparedness coordinator, visited St. Francis in Denham Springs following the flood. Photo: Karen Mackey...

September 14, 2016

St. Francis Episcopal Church in Denham Springs, Louisiana, just east of Baton Rouge was flooded with 2- to-3 feet of water. Now gutted, church leadership is waiting on government officials to decide whether the buildings will need to be elevated before rebuilding. Photo: Karen Mackey/Diocese...

April 27, 2015

The Rt. Rev. Morris K. Thompson Jr., Bishop of Louisiana, during the blessing of the fleet along the muddy waters of Bayou Dularge. Photo: Karen Mackey

[Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana] On April 26, gaily decorated boats with colorful flags and horns blaring paraded along the muddy...

November 11, 2010

St. Matthew's Church, Houma, in the Diocese of Louisiana was destroyed by fire in the early morning hours on Nov. 11.

The parish hall and a building serving the parish's elementary (pre-kindergarten through seventh grade) day school also were severely damaged.

No one was injured...

September 1, 2010

The Jericho Road Episcopal Housing Initiative’s efforts to help New Orleanians continue to revitalize their community five years after Hurricane Katrina devastated the area soon will bear new fruit, thanks to supporters new and old whose online votes won the organization a fruit orchard.

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