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Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston

July 14, 2020

BARROW: The sin of racism and the stain that remains

If the grievous fault, the sin of racism is to be adequately addressed, let it begin with you.

July 14, 2020

HENRITZE: Young peoples’ reality and the Church’s response

In 20 years, no one will look back and say that today’s young people do not know what it means to grow up with adversity and uncertainty.

July 14, 2020

OCHOA: God’s all-embracing love is without borders

The great love of Jesus is both a comfort and a challenge as we face the loss of life and lifestyle due to the spread of the deadly COVID-19 virus.

July 14, 2020

PARSONS: Evangelization - Planting seeds of faith

As summer beings and we work out in our yards, planting flowers and, maybe, planting vegetables, we are reminded of new life. Evangelization is a lot like planting seeds in your garden.

July 14, 2020

OCHOA: El amor de Dios que todo lo supera

Es un día dedicado a la devoción del amor de Dios hacia la humanidad simbolizado con la representación física del Corazón de Jesús. “Es un amor que supera todo conocimiento”, declara el Papa Francisco en su homilía para la fiesta. “Así de grande es el amor de Dios, como el mar, sin orillas, sin fondo, sin límites”.

June 9, 2020

Mural remains an icon of fight against racism

Even as dark clouds rained on demonstrations and protests that moved through the Third Ward, a colorful mural at the Catholic Newman Center at Texas Southern University stood as a bright icon of hope calling for an end to all racism and prejudice.

June 9, 2020

St. Mary Star of the Sea takes back to Galveston skies

142-year-old statue returns to keep watch over Gulf

June 9, 2020

Facing eviction, single mothers with kids hit hardest by need for rental assistance

Catholic parishes and ministries lead efforts to support thousands in need of rental, food assistance

June 9, 2020

Cenacle Retreat House spirit lives on in newly founded Emmaus Spirituality Center

Cenacle Sisters to remain in Houston, despite beloved retreat house’s closure

June 9, 2020

Amid COVID-19, praying for those discerning a vocational call is more important than ever

According to the director of the Office of Vocations of the Archdiocese, Father Richard McNeillie, the ministry has been successful in staying connected to these young people who need our prayers and support during uncertain times. The ministry is one of 60 ministries supported by the Diocesan Services Fund (DSF).

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