Jesus’s ministry gave a beautiful visual of how to help those in need in the community with learning differences, according to Melissa Alvarez of the Ministry with Persons with Disabilities of the Archdiocese.
By writing inspiring poems on deep topics like visiting a patient suffering terminal illness or describing Christ on the cross, 16 Catholic school students won a recent poetry contest focusing on spiritual works of mercy.
Nora Creech, who is pursuing a certificate in Shroud Studies from the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum in Rome, Italy, will be hosting a series of free presentations titled “Seeking the Face of Christ: How the Shroud of Turin Reveals God’s Love” at several locations in the Archdiocese in June.
Nearly 500 members from the Filipino Catholic community in Galveston-Houston gathered at the Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart in Houston to honor the faith, culture and tradition from their homeland of the Philippine some 9,000 miles away.
When a group of first grade students from St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School made the trek to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo (HLSR), it wasn’t a surprise to many when they squealed at the sight of a large longhorn.
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