May 28, 2019

Pursuing a life in service of the faith: Seven new Archdiocesan priests to be ordained in June

Transitional Deacons Jose Rodrigo Alonso Gonzales, Ricardo Arriola Gonzales, Justin Michael Cormie, David Michael Moses, Kingsley Nwoko, Ryan Andrew Stawaisz and “Vincent” Thinh Trân Đúc will be ordained at a Mass at the Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart on June 1.

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May 14, 2019

A Church made brighter: 2,143 in Galveston-Houston among tens of thousands of new Catholics welcomed into the Catholic Church across the U.S.

Thousands of new Catholics were welcomed into the Catholic Church at Easter Vigil Masses throughout the Archdiocese on the evening of April 20 as they processed in holding lit candles into darkened churches.

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May 14, 2019

Day of Prayer brings Christians, Jews, Muslims and others to rally against violence and hate

Auxiliary Bishop George A. Sheltz joined religious leaders of Buddhism, Judaism, Muslim and other faith denominations on the Day of Prayer May 2 to stand together in solidarity against acts of senseless violence.

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May 14, 2019

Upcoming Prayer Breakfast with Gene Kranz celebrates lunar landing, blends faith and science

Gene Kranz, retired flight director for NASA’s Apollo Program, will speak at the 2019 Prayer Breakfast on July 30.

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May 14, 2019

Upcoming seminar to spotlight human trafficking in Houston

The Amistad Movement is a national education campaign promoted by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) that works to empower immigrants and local leaders to prevent human trafficking in their communities.

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May 14, 2019

The Cardinal’s Circle members recognized at recent Mass, dinner

The Cardinal’s Circle members were recognized for their passion, commitment and generosity to Inner City Catholic School (ICCS) students and families at the annual Mass and Dinner of Thanksgiving on April 30.

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May 14, 2019

Educational program lifts up immigrant women and their families

About 1,000 Hispanic immigrant women will be congratulated by Daniel Cardinal DiNardo for participating in AMSIF classes that teach English, spiritual development, self-esteem, health exams and other topics on May 24. The crowd will also applaud 217 women graduating from the five-year program. AMSIF was founded by a group of Catholic laywomen in Mexico more than 40 years ago.

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May 14, 2019

Ethnic Ministries mirrors the Catholic Church’s universality

The universality of the Catholic Church is evident in the Archdiocese by the hundreds of thousands of Catholics from various ethnic groups across the globe that call the Houston-area home. One of 60 ministries supported by the annual Diocesan Services Fund (DSF), the Ethnic Ministries provides sacramental and pastoral care of the people of specific ethnic groups found within the Archdiocese.

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