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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 13, 2020

A Shepherd's Message - Oct. 13, 2020

On Oct. 4, the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, Pope Francis published another encyclical, this one titled “Fratelli Tutti” (Dear Brothers and Sisters). It is from the beginning of an address by St. Francis himself on human fraternity

IGNITE Capital Campaign

IGNITE logoThe continued growth and diversity of our Archdiocese has created needs that no single parish can address on its own. Join us in our capital campaign to IGNITE: Our Faith, Our Mission. The campaign aims to assist in long-term funding of various areas of need in our Archdiocese.

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  • The community is invited to take part in the fourth annual Interfaith Memorial Service for the Homeless which will take place at 11 a.m. on Monday, December 21 via Zoom.  The Memorial Service is being hosted by St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in the Museum District. 

    This annual memorial service is one of nearly 100 events being held across the country in which advocacy groups come together to honor the lives of the homeless people who have died in the last year.

    Reverend Paul Richards-Kuan will preside over the service, which will include leaders from multiple faith communities including Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Protestant, Catholic and Judaism. Each of these clergy members will share a brief reflection on their faith traditions’ teaching on the sanctity of human life.

    The names of those homeless people who passed over the last year will be read aloud.  Congregations of all faiths around the Houston area, and transitional housing facilities are invited to participate.

    To register for this event go to

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