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July 5, 2012

The print version of the Texas Catholic Herald, which is published semi-monthly on Tuesdays (except in June, July and August, when it publishes once per month) includes exclusive content not otherwise seen online. Print content includes education briefs, a column by Daniel Cardinal DiNardo, world, nation and state news, milestones, Spanish stories and so much more!

The Texas Catholic Herald is the official newspaper of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston. Its mission is to highlight the important news, events and people in the nation's 12th largest diocese, comprised of 1.2 million Catholics. Current circulation is more than 72,000 households. The newspaper is sent to subscribers by mail and it can be sent anywhere in the world.

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By Rebecca Torrellas
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