An Unlikely Friendship Before I entered seminary I had not heard much about St. Therese. A humble French girl, she was born in 1873 in the small town of Lisieux. She died just 24 years later, but her memory lived on. She went on to become one of the most popular saints in the Church…

Congratulations to Sarah Padgett who will be entering the cloistered Discalced Carmelite Convent in Covington, LA on October 15, 2014. Sarah is from Lafayette and she is a parishioner at Holy Cross Catholic Church. She also attended UL for two years before deciding to enter Carmel. While on campus Sarah would often attend noon Mass at…

AQUINAS INSTITUTE UPDATE!   The Aquinas Institute for Theology and Catholic Studies has launched its certificate program! As part of their Catholic intellectual formation at Our Lady of Wisdom, University of Louisiana at Lafayette students will have the opportunity to take short courses on various topics in theology through the Institute. The Aquinas Institute seeks…

By Bailey Dombroski What makes you angry? What makes you courageous? What makes you want to go forth into your faith life? These are just a few of the questions four students at Our Lady of Wisdom had to answer at our visit to EWTN for the filming of “Life on the Rock.” I was…

Seven Reasons to Support Catholic Campus Ministry By Fr. Bryce Sibley and Paul George Chaplain and Campus Minister at Our Lady of Wisdom Church and Catholic Student Center University of Louisiana – Lafayette The summer is drawing to a close, which means over 20 million students will be heading off to colleges and universities throughout the…

We want to offer our congratulations to Brent Lyons, the newest seminarian for Our Lady of Wisdom parish. Brent is a native of Lafayette, a graduate of STM, and an alum of UL. For the past decade he has owned and operated his own IT business. In talking about his choice to give up his…

A while back I was talking with an old college friend of mine about an array of unrelated topics, and somehow, the topic of Renaissance Fairs came up. I commented on how surreal and anachronistic these things were to me – people spending so much time and money dressing up in Medieval costumes, jousting, quaffing…

Like a boomerang, I keep coming back! 6 ½ years ago I left UL after spending 4 ½ years here earning my B.S. in Civil Engineering. During that time I was involved at the Catholic Student Center, attending daily cialis generic cheap Mass as often as I could, studying in the coffee shop (now called…

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