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Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston

March 10, 2020

Maryknoll priest gave his life to help the poor in Guatemala

In the late 1940s, the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers bought a house in Rice Village to be used as a center to encourage foreign mission vocations and raise funds to support their work around the world. The house had been vacant for some time and the tall grass needed to be cut.

March 10, 2020

Huffman parish set to return to home March 28 after Imelda’s displacement

More than six months after Tropical Storm Imelda swept through the Texas Gulf Coast, the parish at St. Philip the Apostle Catholic Church is set to return to its home campus with Mass on March 28 and 29.

March 10, 2020

BARNES: A poor man’s Lent

A friend and I were discussing the balance of marriage, young kids, jobs and transitions. He said something that really moved me: “These are the slim years.”

March 10, 2020

BLEVINS: Shout with Lenten joy!

What comes to mind when you think of Lent? Prayer? Fasting? Giving something up? You might reserve the idea of “joy” more to the seasons of Christmas and Easter; however, you may not have considered the great proclamation of the Kerygma that we actually live during our Church’s Lenten season.

March 10, 2020

The Arts: In Brief

Arts events: March 14 iconography lectures, St. John Paul II birthday concert on March 15, Puero Cantores set for March 28

March 10, 2020

Serra Club honors sisters at luncheon

The Women of the Serra Club of East Harris County hosted its annual Nuns’ Luncheon on Feb. 22, at the Houston Yacht Club. Forty-five attendees included 16 sisters from five congregations, whose combined years of life in God’s service totaled 514.

February 25, 2020

Lent: Embracing the ‘season of grace’

Looking to Lent, which begins on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 26, Meris Bridger, religion coordinator and middle school religion teacher at St. Mary Magdalene Catholic School in Humble, is continuing a decade-old tradition with her religion students.

February 25, 2020

Houston parishioner stood her ground on train by staying seated

Gertrudejane Holliday Stone, a Houston parishioner of St. Mary of the Purification Catholic Church, was a Freedom Rider even before the term was coined.

February 25, 2020

Spice up Lent with meatless recipes

Catholic Relief Service’s Rice Bowl, the largest Lenten program in the United States, known for its colorful cardboard rice bowl and as a way to help transform the lives of those in need, features dozens of easy-to-make meatless recipes, especially convenient for meat-free Fridays in Lent.

February 25, 2020

Nuns on the run: 30-plus religious sisters, thousands of Steps for Students supporters

The Vietnamese order of the Dominican Sisters of Mary Immaculate Province always catches the eye when they fly by with their long white habits flapping in the wind during the Steps for Students 5K Run/Walk. At this year’s Feb. 15 event, the religious sisters showed up with an even bigger group.

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