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July 10, 2018

IGNITE Campaign to help parishes address their needs, accomplish their goals

Every parish in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston has its own unique challenges and goals. Some parishes require new construction or building renovations while others may need to reduce debt or establish endowments for parish and school staff.

July 10, 2018

June 17 marks a historic occasion for Galveston’s Holy Rosary Church

The history of Holy Rosary is monumental in both span and impact. As noted on the marker, Bishop Nicholas Gallagher opened an elementary school for African-American children in 1886 in a cottage on 12th St. and Avenue K. The bishop frequently celebrated Mass at the school on Sundays, essentially establishing the foundation of the new parish.

July 10, 2018

HERRERA: OEC presenta Conferencia Proclama - Radiante de Gozo

La Oficina de Evangelización y Catequesis (OEC) junto con la Oficina de Catequesis y Evangelización para Adolescentes (OACE) invitan a todos los interesados a su próxima y nueva Conferencia Catequética Proclama: Radiante de Gozo, que se llevara a cabo los días 18, 19 y 20 de Octubre del 2018 en la parroquia de Príncipe de Paz y tendremos la conferencia en Ingles, Vietnamés y Español.

July 10, 2018

TOROK: Journey to V Encuentro to share new discoveries, experiences

Encuentro is a powerful word. It means encounter. When one thinks about the word encounter, one might think of suddenly, and possibly unexpectedly, seeing something new or meeting someone who impacts one in some way.

July 10, 2018

Doing the ordinary with extraordinary love: St. Theresa’s in Sugar Land

A series on initiatives and activities for parishes generated from the fruits of pastoral planning

July 10, 2018

Protecting, nurturing human life from conception to natural death

Catholic Christians worldwide are called to support pro-life initiatives that protect and nurture human life from conception until natural death. The ministry responsible for promoting this culture of life through education, pastoral care, prayer and advocacy in the Archdiocese is the Office of Pro-Life Activities (PLA).

July 10, 2018

APPEL: Medical missionaries serve the poorest of the poor in Costa Rica

Led by the calling of the Holy Spirit, 43 health professionals, spiritual leaders and support team members from the Medical Missionaries of Divine Mercy served 878 patients amongst the poorest of the poor in Grano De Oro, Costa Rica, April 21 to 28.

July 10, 2018

Registration open for silver, gold anniversary Masses

The 2018 Wedding Anniversary Jubilee Masses honoring couples celebrating their Silver (25th) and Gold (50th) Anniversary of marriage in the Catholic Church are open for registration.

July 10, 2018

CANAS: Cursillo - a short course in Christianity, a long course in friendship with God and others

What is a Cursillista? One who undergoes a short course on Christianity and personally experiences God’s love.

July 10, 2018

Catholic Charities teaches China how Houston recovers from disasters

After Hurricane Harvey’s destructive force last fall, Catholic Charities became intricately involved with post-storm relief efforts. During the city’s recovery period, University of Houston professor and Catholic Charities board member Dr. Patrick Leung coordinated a visit to Houston — and to Catholic Charities — for Dr. He Xuesong, East China University of Science and Technology (ESUST) Dean of the School of Social and Public Administration.

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