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Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston

April 24, 2018

Following Harvey, Holy Rosary Church in Rosenberg successfully reboots IGNITE campaign

Last fall, Holy Rosary Church was on the verge of kicking off their capital campaign, “Investing in Our Future,” when Hurricane Harvey rampaged southeast Texas. The combined campaign, which is run in conjunction with the Archdiocesan IGNITE Capital Campaign, had to be delayed almost six months as the area recovered from the devastation.

April 24, 2018

Through community, the Holy Spirit moves inside prison walls

When it comes to serving incarcerated men and women of the Catholic faith living in prisons and jails in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, a visit by clergy or a volunteer minister even just one day a month can make a big impact on their faith development and opportunity to come into full communion with the Church.

April 24, 2018

Teens turn out for African-American youth day; Eucharistic Adoration set to be open to public at KC State Convention

At least 140 young people, representing some 10 parishes from the Archdiocese, attended the second Annual African-American Youth Day hosted by St. Monica Catholic Parish on March 24. And, the KC State Convention will host public Eucharistic Adoration April 27-29 .

April 24, 2018

Milestones: Sister Cruzat, Magie recognized for leadership in the Church

Cenacle Sisters honor Sister Cruzat, Vicar for Religious for Archdiocese; UST’s theology dean named one of Houston’s most influential women of 2017

April 24, 2018

MORENO: Church Liturgy offers a template for Christian Life

By the time you read this article, Easter Sunday may be a distant memory. We must not forget that, as Catholic Christians, we live by a different calendar.

April 24, 2018

OCHOA: Learning to Honor thy Mother

The upcoming month of May is when we traditionally pay tribute to our mothers, both human and divine. May is also the time to honor our heavenly mother, the Blessed Virgin Mary.

April 24, 2018

TOROK: Graduates can set the world ablaze

For many parents and their high school graduate, the year has been filled with much conversation, excitement, and perhaps, even some anxious times as their teen begins to make decisions for the future. What looks to be the end of an era for parents is actually the beginning of the next part of the graduate’s wonderful journey that God calls life.

April 11, 2018

Texas Catholic Historical Society honors Lisa May, other archivists of Harvey-stricken dioceses

The Texas Catholic Historical Society (TCHS) honored archdioceses and dioceses affected by Hurricane Harvey the FitzSimmon Award at the annual Texas State Historical Society conference March 8 - 10 in San Marcos.

April 11, 2018

Cardinal DiNardo: Words ‘we all long to hear’ lay in the Sacrament of Reconciliation

As the Catholic churches worldwide enter deeper into Holy Week, many parishes are opening their doors for extended hours of the Sacrament of Reconciliation with penance services on Good Friday, March 29. Cardinal Daniel DiNardo said these services focus on helping parishioners and public alike to more fully understand and experience the Paschal Mystery.

April 10, 2018

West Houston parish revives traditional Holy Week service, features North American musical premiere

Specially constructed candelabra made from Harvey damaged wood

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