Catholic TV to show Christmas concert

Catholic Life Television, the television station for the Diocese of Baton Rouge will broadcast the annual Candlelight Christmas Concert performed by the Baton Rouge High School Department of Choral Studies.

The concert was recorded on Dec. 6 at St. Joseph Cathedral and featured songs by the Choral Union, Le Petit Choeur De Filles and the Festival Ringers.

The Candlelight Christmas Concert can be viewed on Cox Cable, Channel 15 (Baton Rouge); Charter Cable, Channel 10 (St. James) and Charter Cable, Channel 44 (New Roads) at the following times and dates : 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Dec. 19, 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Dec. 20, 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Dec. 22 and 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. Dec. 23.

Cenacle House offers five January retreats

The Cenacle Retreat House, 5500 St. Mary St., Metairie, has scheduled several retreats for January. Those include:

  • Recovery, Spirituality and Communication — Jan. 6-8, presented by Therese Griffin.
  • The Beatitudes: Key to Peace and Healing in the Worst of Times — Jan. 13-15, presented by the Rev. Matt Linn.
  • All for Me or Me for All? — Jan. 20-22, presented by the Rev. Donald Blanchard.
  • Young Adult Ministry: Morning of Reflection — Jan. 21, presented by Vince Liberto.
  • Women’s Ways of Knowing: Exploring the Feminine Path to Holy Wisdom — Jan. 27-29, presented by the Rev. Whitney Miller.

Contact the retreat center at (504) 887-1420 or go online at http://www.cenaclesisters.org/metairie.

Louisiana College adds apartments

Louisiana College, a Baptist college in Pineville, is adding a new apartment-style housing project to its campus

The $2.1 million, 45-unit facility will be the second structure in what is to become a quadrangle of student apartments with a courtyard and study area, announced Marc Taylor, college board chairman.

“With the college’s on-campus housing at maximum capacity, the school began the fall semester with 49 students housed in rented rooms at the Fulton Hotel in Alexandria,” Taylor said. “The apartments under construction will relieve the overcrowding and will help in accommodating the rapidly growing student population.”

Compiled by Advocate staff