In the current crisis, charity could motivate people to do things like get the vaccine, stop hoarding toilet paper and other groceries, or collaborate together to find even better solutions forward. In other words, charity is a way out of this crisis, a way out of any crisis.
The Mass is our spiritual life support, the center and source of our whole life and defines the essence of who we are. Like eating, sleeping or breathing, the Eucharist is not an option; it sustains our spirits and empowers our lives.
The faithful are encouraged to come together as one Archdiocesan family to glorify God and bring forth the presence of Christ to those in need by supporting the 56th annual Diocesan Services Fund (DSF) campaign.
Whether a multimillion-dollar company sponsoring Catholic education or a student and family registering to run in the Steps for Students 5K this Feb. 12, every bit of support helps tuition and other assistance to improve academics, school officials said.
Hard-working Catholic lay chaplains, Houston Methodist Hospital staff and priests all came together to give Christmas Day blessings to a family battling a pancreatic cancer diagnosis in the Texas Medical Center.
With a quartet of parishes ready to welcome pilgrims, local leaders are excited for the jubilee indulgence period, which runs Jan. 26 to April 26, to mark the 500th anniversary of Christianity in the Philippines.
Did you know one? Nearly 500 Catholics from 59 parishes across the Archdiocese received the Sacrament of Confirmation from Cardinal DiNardo and Auxiliary Bishop Italo Dell’Oro at four separate Masses on Jan. 9.
View an online calendar of upcoming events held by parishes, ministries and organizations Around the Archdiocese and find out how to submit event information for upcoming issues of the Texas Catholic Herald.