As we continue through these 50 days of the Easter season, daily personal reflection can lead us to a rich Pentecost where we, like the followers of Jesus in the upper room, are called and sent to be witnesses to the world.
The first person of the Trinity mentioned by name in Sacred Scripture is the Holy Spirit. We read that in the beginning, before the world had form or shape, there was a “mighty wind sweeping over the waters” (Genesis 1:2).
The Easter Triduum is the most important part of the Church year. From Holy Thursday through Easter Sunday, Catholics around the world commemorate the suffering, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
With blue shirts that matched the wide blue sky above, Catholics by the thousands joined their bishops who lead the state’s 15 dioceses at the Texas Capitol as one voice advocating for a number of issues as state legislators met April 4.
Daniel Cardinal DiNardo, Archbishop of Galveston-Houston and President of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), has issued the following Easter message as we celebrate the joy of Christ's Resurrection.
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