https://issuu.com/txcatholicherald/dIn 2021, Archdiocesan ministries extended their care and dedication to the faithful by offering programs, conferences and presentations online to reach people safely as the pandemic continued impacting the world.
When Monsignor George T. Walsh, then pastor of Annunciation Catholic Church in downtown Houston, learned of the high infant mortality of Mexican children in Houston in 1922, he knew where to turn: San José Clinic.
Knights of Peter Claver, the largest African American Catholic lay organization in the United States, stand as a true family affair that includes the Ladies Auxiliary, Junior Knights and Junior Daughters, said a national officer based in Houston.
A chilly Saturday morning of prayer kicked off a series of events calling for greater respect for human life when the Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart hosted a prayer vigil with Eucharistic Adoration on Jan. 22, the National Day of Prayer for Legal Protection for the Unborn.
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