We live in a world and a culture that is very critical of leadership. Whether it is political, economic, entertainment, or even religious, the people at the top seem to be open targets for criticism. But something happened on April 6 at Strake Jesuit College Preparatory that went against that trend.
As we evaluate growing threats to our vulnerable populations, we can at the same time work to ensure such persons and their families are welcomed and have a place in our communities. It is in this way that we truly enhance our human dignity.
Durante más de dos décadas la Iglesia ha estado despertando a la verdadera razón de su existencia – la Nueva Evangelización. Según la Iglesia continúa renovando su vida y misión, un sentido más profundo del papel que cada católico tiene que desempeñar se ha hecho más claro.
About 800 delegates from 18 dioceses across Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas along with Daniel Cardinal DiNardo and 21 bishops convened in San Antonio April 13 to April 15 for the V Encuentro for Region X.
The $150 million IGNITE: “Our Faith, Our Mission” Capital Campaign is set to relaunch this fall. Through the Archdiocesan-wide capital campaign, lay ministry in Galveston-Houston will receive support via the Faith Formation Endowment Fund.
Dr. Ben Carson, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, told a crowd of Houston’s near Northside residents gathered at Holy Name Catholic Church that lead poisoning ranks with violence in impacting families and children’s lives.
St. John Marie Vianney, a French priest who died in 1859, still offers healing and hope today. The sacred relic of St. John Vianney – the incorrupt heart – visited a local parish that bears his name, St. John Vianney (SJV) in west Houston.
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