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The Office of Child and Youth Protection works to ensure the safety of children and young people who have been entrusted to our care in our parishes, schools, religious education classes, and other programs.

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If you are seeking Victims Assistance, please call 713-654-5799.


We are a multicultural Church with 1.7 million members from every continent of the world that prays and celebrates in over 14 languages in 146 parishes. We participate in activities of social justice, support the good works of persons in other countries — and we do all this in the name of our Lord, Jesus Christ.

Justice for Immigrants

Cardinal's Corner

October 23, 2018

A Shepherd's Message - Oct. 23, 2018

“The Church has been gravely wounded by the abuse crisis and we must begin the healing process by eliminating the evil of sexual abuse,” writes Daniel Cardinal DiNardo in his Oct. 23 A Shepherd's Message column.

Immigrants at the Border: How to Help

Many people of goodwill are trying to assist people who are approaching our border with Mexico, families who are fleeing violence and seeking a better life for their children. Learn how you can help make a difference.

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  • Do you want to become aware of God's voice in your life? Do you want to understand the movements of your heart? Learn more about St. Ignatius' Discernment of Spirits following Fr. Gallagher's book "The Discernment of Spirits", while spending time with God in silence. The retreat will include conferences provided by Fr. Richard McNeillie, and opportunities for spiritual direction. $20.00 registration fee   Lunch is included. Space is limited; daily prayer life required. To register, please go to  Questions: Call 281-652-8239.

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  • Tuesday, October 30, 2018 - 6:15 p.m.

    Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart
    1111 St. Joseph Parkway
    Houston, Texas 

    His Eminence Daniel Cardinal DiNardo, Principal Celebrant

    The Red Mass tradition dates from the 13th century and received its name from the red color of the vestments worn by the priest celebrants and the scarlet robes worn by the Lord High Justice.  In the United States today, an annual Red Mass is celebrated in most major metropolitan areas and is attended by judges, lawyers, public officials, law school faculty and law students. Members of the judiciary and legal profession of all faiths are welcome to attend the Red Mass.

    Tickets are available online for the optional Red Mass Dinner. Learn more at


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