Today, June 27, is the Feast of St. Cyril of Alexandria. Cyril is counted among the Church Fathers and the Doctors of the Church.
To commemorate the saint on this feast day, the Daily Vine spoke to Father Mario J. Arroyo, pastor of St. Cyril of Alexandria in Houston, about the importance of St. Cyril of Alexandria in the life of the Church and the relation to religious liberty.
Take a few moments to reflect on Father Mario J. Arroyo’s interview. How does St. Cyril of Alexandria speak to you today?
The Deaf Ministry Office seeks to serve all of the deaf in the Archdiocese through Sunday Mass in American Sign language, CCE classes, adult religious education classes, home and hospital visits, interpreted Mass, weddings and funerals. The Center for the Deaf has ministered to the Catholic Deaf Community for more than 40 years. Its mission is to serve all the Catholic deaf and hard of hearing, offering all the services of a regular parish.