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A dream fulfilled and a vision intact. Our beloved Deacon Mike Mims, who passed away in a ... Read More
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As many families continue to struggle in the aftermath of this spring’s devastating floods, ... Read More
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On Thursday, Aug. 11, the fourth annual Concert for Life will be performed at The House of ... Read More
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When it comes to creating strong and persevering marriage commitments in a universal culture ... Read More
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Visiting hospital patients who are ill or hurting provides comfort, but volunteers and lay ... Read More
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Joy fills the faces of participants at Jubilee Mass for the Sick and Persons with Disabilities Read More
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Deacon Luke Reese was ordained to the priesthood on Wednesday, June 29, at the Cathedral of ... Read More
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With his back to the ground, Steven Lopez’s shoulder had popped out of its socket once again. ... Read More
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Olympic Faith: Three-time medalist, Steven Lopez rolls with the punches of Olympic life
7/12/2016
With his back to the ground, Steven Lopez’s shoulder had popped out of its socket once again. In the middle of the bronze medal match of the 2015 Pan American Games, trainers held the three-time Olympic medalist’s arm steady, pushing the dislocated arm back into place. Read More
 
Newest priest for Ordinariate ordained in Houston June 29
7/12/2016
Deacon Luke Reese was ordained to the priesthood on Wednesday, June 29, at the Cathedral of Our Lady of Walsingham in Houston. Read More
 
Faith allows light to shine through life’s storms
7/12/2016
Joy fills the faces of participants at Jubilee Mass for the Sick and Persons with Disabilities Read More
 
Mission’s spiritual support part of patients’ healing
7/12/2016
Visiting hospital patients who are ill or hurting provides comfort, but volunteers and lay chaplains at CHI St. Luke’s Health receive special training to learn to lend a listening ear. Read More
 
Living the great marriage commitment for life
7/12/2016
When it comes to creating strong and persevering marriage commitments in a universal culture that possesses signs of crisis around marriage, parenting and families, most couples require additional support to successfully transform and strengthen this lifelong commitment. Read More
 
CSI challenges youth to find God in the poor
7/12/2016
St. Vincent de Paul once said, “Go to the poor: you will find God.” The Catholic Summer Immersion Program, or CSI, is a five-day service learning experience, which highlights Catholic social teachings, the Corporal Works of Mercy, the Beatitudes, and our call to serve. Read More
 
Concert for Life set for Aug. 11
7/12/2016
On Thursday, Aug. 11, the fourth annual Concert for Life will be performed at The House of Blues at 7:30 p.m. The concert is sponsored by and will benefit Crisis Pregnancy Centers in Houston and features original music by fifth-year seminarian David Michael Moses. Read More
 
After floods ravage region, Catholic Charities lead joint relief efforts
7/12/2016
As many families continue to struggle in the aftermath of this spring’s devastating floods, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston is helping them deal with the long road back to normal life. Read More
 
Science shows prayer alleviates depression
7/12/2016
The fifth annual interfaith Medicine and Religion (M&R) Conference was held in Houston this past spring with the theme “Approaching the Sacred: Science, Health and Practices of Care.” Two presentations showed that prayer alleviates depression. This fulfilled what St. Pope John Paul II said: “Science can purify religion from error and superstition. Religion can purify science from... false absolutes.” It also fulfilled what Albert Einstein said: “Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.” Read More
 
Poems bring voices to women of the Bible
7/12/2016
Press 53 announces the publication of “she: robed and wordless” by Sister Lou Ella Hickman, who is a widely published poet and also a Catholic religious sister. Read More
 
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