Daniel Cardinal DiNardo will be the keynote speaker for the fifth annual Archdiocesan Prayer Breakfast, set for Friday, July 18, at 7:30 a.m. at the Hilton Americas, located at 1600 Lamar St., Houston.
In running away to Houston from his native Honduras in 2002, Oscar Dubon was also running away from the call to be a priest, a calling he’d had since he was nine years old. Little did he know he was running headlong into the arms of the Catholic Church.
Business school deans from 23 Catholic universities gathered in Houston on March 31 for a groundbreaking business ethics conference hosted by the University of St. Thomas’s (UST) Center for Faith and Culture in collaboration with the Cameron School of Business.
The Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston offers multiple retreats for groups, families and individuals of all ages and walks of life, some held at parishes and others in retreat centers across the Archdiocese.
The fifth annual Prayer Breakfast is set for Friday, July 18, at 7:30 a.m. at the Hilton Americas, located at 1600 Lamar St., Houston. Daniel Cardinal DiNardo is set to be the keynote speaker for the five-year milestone.
A long-time proponent of diocesan newspapers, Archbishop Fiorenza recognized the power of the press as an instrument in evangelization and communicating the Good News well before his installation as bishop of the local Church.
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