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ABOUT THE ARCHDIOCESE

We are a multicultural Church with 1.7 million members from every continent of the world that prays and celebrates in over 14 languages in 146 parishes. We participate in activities of social justice, support the good works of persons in other countries — and we do all this in the name of our Lord, Jesus Christ.


Cardinal's Corner

July 24, 2017

Daniel Cardinal DiNardo statement on human trafficking deaths in San Antonio

With a heavy heart, I offer my condolences to the victims discovered this past weekend in San Antonio. As Archbishop Garcia-Siller expressed, there are no words to convey the sadness and despair involved with such an incomprehensible tragedy. My prayers are with the families of the deceased and for those injured in this horrific incident. May God have mercy on all victims of human trafficking; let us pray for an end to this most horrific crime against humanity.

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Sep 28

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  • The Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, in collaboration with RV Houston, Inc., will offer its first Rachel’s Vineyard retreat for post-abortion healing during the weekend of August 25-27. The retreat is for men and women, grandparents or friends of those who are suffering. This Scripture-based retreat offers opportunities for sacramental reconciliation, counseling, spiritual direction and reflection and meditation. Those interested may contact Julie Fritsch at the Office of Pro-Life Activities at 713-741-8728 or jkfritsch@ archgh.org or Cindy Renaudo at RV Houston, crenaudo@rvhouston.org or 713-825-0649. All inquiries, registration and retreat location are confidential.

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  • This weekend (Sept. 9 and 10)parishes throughout the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston will have a second collection at all Masses benefitting students needing financial assistance to attend the University of St. Thomas or the Catholic University of America.

    The generous donations of parishioners provide opportunities for students seeking a Catholic college education at these institutions. The monies collected go directly to support scholarships for students who may not otherwise have the opportunity to attend college at all.

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  • Women Seeking the road less traveled is a monthly gathering for women 18 and older who want to learn more about religious life. The group meets in different convents around the archdiocese every second Thursday of the month from September to May. The program includes supper, a brief presentation and time for sharing, followed by prayer.  Sisters from several religious orders who live and minister in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston will be present. Information on sites and registration contact the Office of Vocations at 713-652-8239 or vocations@archgh.org

    http://www.houstonvocations.com/gatherings/women-seeking/

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  • Discover the Road Less Traveled is a monthly gathering for young adult men ages 18-35 who are discerning a vocation to the priesthood and/or religious life.

    The program focuses on a different topic each month and is usually held at St. Mary’s Seminary on the second Thursday of every month.

    Join diocesan and religious priests and other young adults for an evening of food, prayer, music, talks, and fellowship.

    http://www.houstonvocations.com/discover

     

    (Available also in Spanish as Descubre el Camino Menos Recorrido)

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  • Commemoration of the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation Lutheran-Catholic Symposium

    Free and open to the public
    September 23, 2017 - 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
    Scanlan Room
    Jerabeck Center
    4000 Mt. Vernon
    Houston, TX 77006

    At this significant milestone in the history of the church, what does it all mean for us?

    Lutheran Speakers include:

    • Bishop Michael Rinehart, Closing Remarks and Prayer
    • Rev. Dr. Timothy Wengert, will offer the Historical Perspective of the Reformation
    • Rev. Dr. Tracey Breashears Schultz, Emcee and Facilitator for the Day
    • Rev. David Roschke, Presentation and Signing of Houston Statement of Gratitude, Encouragement & Commitment to Prayer

    Catholic Speakers include:

    • Daniel Cardinal DiNardo, Opening Remarks
    • Bishop Denis Madden, will offer a personal narrative about serving on the Task Force for Declaration on the Way and his current role as co-chair of the U.S. Lutheran-Catholic Dialogues. He will offer ways in which the church in the U. S. can continue on the way
    • Rev. Reginald Samuels, Presentation and Signing of Houston Statement of Gratitude, Encouragement & Commitment to Prayer
    • Rev. Christopher Valka, CSB, Welcome by CFC-UST

    Co-sponsored by

    • Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston Ecumenical & Interreligious Affairs Commission
    • Texas-Louisiana Gulf Coast Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
    • Donald S. Nesti, CSSp Center for Faith & Culture, University of St. Thomas

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