Retired Archbishop Patrick F. Flores, 87, the first Mexican-American bishop in the United States, died of pneumonia and congestive heart failure Jan. 9 at Padua Place Residence for retired priests in San Antonio.
Daniel Cardinal DiNardo said the DSF is a vital means of responding to Christ’s invitation that provides critical support and sustenance for over 60 programs with long-lasting benefits for many in the local Church.
On Feb. 4, all eyes will be on Houston as the 51st installment of the Super Bowl will take place in our great city! In most years, it is the most watched television program and people who don’t pay attention to football all year long will be watching this game.
One of the many things I love about the Catholic Church is that we know how to celebrate. The whole liturgical year is series of feasts and solemnities celebrating the good things that God has done for His people.
Days before Christmas, a group of Church leaders from the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston gathered together to celebrate the first steppingstone of Father Yifu Lyu: The successful completion of his nearly a year-long English intensive program.
“The harvest is abundant but the laborers are few.” — Matthew 9:37. What overwhelmed pastor, cleric, church staffer or lay minister hasn’t heard themselves utter this lament, when even Jesus, moved to pity by the crowds that followed Him, acknowledged this
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