Every year during Holy Week, the faithful of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston are invited to gather with Daniel Cardinal DiNardo for the celebration of the Chrism Mass — one of the most solemn and significant events of the liturgical year.
Since Vatican II in the early 1960s, the Roman Catholic Church on a global scale has actively pursued building relationships with people of all walks of faith to fulfill the common desire to love and serve one God.
U.S. Army Chaplain Father Emil Joseph Kapaun is remembered and revered by countless people for many things. While some know him as the young priest and miracle worker from their hometown Diocese of Wichita, Kan., others are among the few lasting survivors and former prisoners of war (POWs) who were witness to Kapaun’s heroism in the battlefields and prison camps of North Korea.
Bishop Wm. Michael Mulvey of Corpus Christi, will give a talk on “Living a Spirituality of Communion — in the Thought and Experience of the Focolare Movement” on Tuesday, April 8, at 7:30 p.m. at the University of St. Thomas in Scanlan Hall (4000 Mt. Vernon, in the second floor of the Jerabeck Activity and Athletic Center).
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