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The theme Pope Francis chose for the 2016 World Day of Prayer for Vocations, which is held ... Read More
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St. Bartholomew parishioner to be inducted into Texas HS Football Hall of Fame Read More
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Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston and the Society of St. Vincent ... Read More
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Ariella Ortega realizes her Catholic school education shaped her into the person she is today. ... Read More
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Following more than six decades of educating Catholic school students — as well as teachers ... Read More
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The Prayer Breakfast is set for Thursday, July 28, at 7:30 a.m. at the Hilton Americas, located ... Read More
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Prayer Breakfast registration is open
4/25/2016
The Prayer Breakfast is set for Thursday, July 28, at 7:30 a.m. at the Hilton Americas, located at 1600 Lamar St., Houston. Bishop Michael J. Sis, the sixth bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Angelo, is set to be the keynote speaker. Read More
 
Catholic Schools associate superintendent retiring after 60 years of teaching ‘truths of Jesus Christ’
4/25/2016
Following more than six decades of educating Catholic school students — as well as teachers and administrators — Sister Charles Anne Solomon, O.P., is retiring at the end of the current academic year. The associate superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Archdiocese has served in the Catholic Schools Office (CSO) for the past 7 years. Read More
 
Taking the Year of Mercy mission to heart
4/25/2016
From new outreach projects, prayer services, formation programs and ministry ideas, the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy is inspiring many parishes across the Archdiocese to be creative and ambitious in witnessing God’s steadfast love in their communities. Read More
 
Cardinal’s Circle making success stories for Inner City Catholic School students, families
4/25/2016
Ariella Ortega realizes her Catholic school education shaped her into the person she is today. Just as notably, the senior at Cristo Rey Jesuit College Preparatory acknowledges the sacrifices her parents made to make that experience a reality. Read More
 
Archdiocesan agencies offer relief as region recovers from ‘historic’ floods
4/25/2016
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston and the Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SVDP) are working together with parishes in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston to offer emergency relief and recovery for our neighbors in need who have been impacted by the recent flooding. Read More
 
Katy High School coach champions faith, others
4/25/2016
St. Bartholomew parishioner to be inducted into Texas HS Football Hall of Fame Read More
 
Planting seeds of God’s love for vocations to ‘Take root, mature and bear fruit’
4/25/2016
The theme Pope Francis chose for the 2016 World Day of Prayer for Vocations, which is held on Good Shepherd Sunday each year, is “The Church, Mother of Mercy.” During this Extraordinary Year of Mercy, the Holy Father urges all the faithful to assume their responsibility for the care and discernment of vocations through continued prayer and support of the Church. Read More
 
Deacons urged to lead with confidence, humility
4/25/2016
Diaconate leadership conference an opportunity to share experiences Read More
 
Visiting the sick, lessons from an eighth grader
4/25/2016
Many of us have a family member that is sick, or who has been sick before. Some of our family members have or have had critical life threatening illnesses; some suffer or have suffered a short-term illness. Read More
 
‘Seasoned’ citizens are still active in mission
4/25/2016
“Our faith in Christ, who became poor, and was always close to the poor and the outcast, is the basis for our concern for the integral development of society’s most neglected members. Each individual Christian and every community is called to be an instrument of God for the liberation and promotion of the poor, and for enabling them to be fully a part of society. This demands that we be docile and attentive to the cry of the poor and to come to their aid.” – Evangelii Gaudium Read More
 
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