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The Metropolitan Organization (TMO) and religious leaders of an interfaith coalition of the ... Read More
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HOUSTON — Opening a door with a smile is an international gesture of welcome. For the Year ... Read More
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Christian, Jew or Muslim, all are children of Abraham. While the religions worship differently, ... Read More
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In the Gospel of Matthew, Jesus calls St. Peter out of his fishing boat and onto the water in faith. ... Read More
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Catholicism and cargo ships: Galveston port chaplain ministers to ocean-bound
1/27/2015
In the Gospel of Matthew, Jesus calls St. Peter out of his fishing boat and onto the water in faith. For Karen Parsons, OFS, however, her vocation called her to step onto a boat. A massive cargo ship, that is. Read More
 
49th Annual DSF appeal begins
1/27/2015
This marks the theme of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston's Diocesan Services Fund 2015 (DSF) appeal, which begins with Commitment Weekend, Jan. 31 and Feb. 1: "Be Rich in Good Works... Ready to Share" (1 Timothy 6:18-19). Read More
 
Celebrating ‘Nostra Aetate’ with a ray of truth
1/27/2015
Christian, Jew or Muslim, all are children of Abraham. While the religions worship differently, they worship the one God. Because they do, they know that God loves every soul, whether Hindu, Buddhist, Shinto or something else. Read More
 
YCL events invite community to ‘Come on in’
1/27/2015
HOUSTON — Opening a door with a smile is an international gesture of welcome. For the Year of Consecrated Life (YCL), religious in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston have opened the doors, the windows and the garage while saying proudly and loudly to the Houston community, “Come on in! We’ve been waiting for you to visit!” Read More
 
TMO, Interfaith coalition discuss Presidential Executive Order
1/27/2015
The Metropolitan Organization (TMO) and religious leaders of an interfaith coalition of the Houston area met Jan. 12 to respond to an executive order regarding Deferred Action for Parents of American and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA). Read More
 
Catechetical leaders renew spirits at Galveston retreat
1/27/2015
Some might find it strange to travel down to Galveston in the dead of winter; yet that is exactly what the parish catechetical leaders of the Archdiocese did Jan. 13 to 14 for the first-ever Ruah Retreat. Read More
 
Encounters offer opportunities to be God’s instrument
1/27/2015
I once read that “hospitality is making your guests feel at home, even if you wish they were.” Read More
 
Being a priest is a bit like being a rockstar
1/27/2015
I really love being a priest. I get to do some pretty awesome stuff and see some incredible things. Read More
 
Helping incarcerated youth to choose to live in the light of God’s Word
1/13/2015
Imagine not having a chance as a child or youth to hear God’s word and his message of love, mercy and forgiveness, yet alone ever experiencing them. For some, this may be the result of an unstable home life without proper physical and mental health care, food and nutrition, educational opportunities or religious or spiritual guidance. This can make living productive and faithful citizenship a challenge. Read More
 
Catholic schools gear up to celebrate Catholic education
1/13/2015
With a continuous theme of “Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service,” the 61 schools of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston are preparing to celebrate Catholic Schools Week from Jan. 25 – 31.
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