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Easter Sunday Mass marks the re-opening of St. Mary Cathedral Basilica
It’s been a long journey, but at noon this Sunday, April 20, Daniel Cardinal DiNardo will celebrate an Easter Sunday Mass marking the re-opening St. Mary Cathedral Basilica – the “Mother Church of Texas.” The historic church has been closed since September 2008 after sustaining significant damage during Hurricane Ike.

Hundreds Expected to Gather for Inaugural Young Adult and Campus Ministry Day
You may not expect a 20-year-old to spend Saturday praying and talking about faith and the sacrament of Reconciliation, but that’s exactly what several hundred young adults will be doing this weekend when they attend the inaugural Archdiocesan Young Adult and Campus Ministry Day (YACMD) on Saturday, March 29, 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. at St. Pius X High School, 811 W. Donovan St., Houston. The day is designed to celebrate the young adults in the Archdiocese. Everyone ages 18-39, single or married, both English- and Spanish-speaking, is welcome to attend.

Catholics Mark the Beginning of Lent with Ashes
Catholics will mark the onset of Lent with Ash Wednesday on March 5. Throughout the day, hundreds of thousands will attend Masses and Services and receive ashes across their foreheads in a ceremony known as the “imposition” of ashes. The ashes symbolize penance and are a reminder of our mortality.

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Celebrate the Triduum
Learn about the liturgies that will take place during the Triduum. Read More

The “Mother Church” of Texas is ready to re-open
It’s been a long journey, but at noon this Sunday, April 20, Daniel Cardinal DiNardo will celebrate an Easter ... Read More

The Cardinal’s Circle offers opportunities for education
The annual Mass and dinner for the members of The Cardinal’s Circle was held April 2. Read More
Triduum: The passion, death and resurrection of Jesus
Next week, the Church will leave Lent and enter the liturgical season known as “Triduum.” Read More
Faithful, priests to gather for Chrism Mass
Sacramental oils blessed, consecrated then distributed to parishes. Read More

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