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May 28, 2024

Evening with the Bishops raises funds to help St. Dominic Village provide care for elders

After 20 years of serving Galveston-Houston, Daniel Cardinal DiNardo received a black cowboy hat as an honorary Texan birthday gift at an Evening with the Bishops fundraiser on May 15, benefiting St. Dominic Village.

May 28, 2024

Local priests and religious sister participate in a Texas border mission immersion trip

Two local priests and a religious sister from Houston traveled to the U.S.-Mexico border from April 15 to 18 to join an immersion mission trip hosted by the Catholic Extension Society.

May 28, 2024

CASTILLO: To Jesus through Mary - A journey of encounter and transformation

Across the U.S. and in our Archdiocese, there are young people on fire for Christ. I have heard testimonies of conversion, healing and obstacles overcome, and these stories have one common factor: Mary.

May 28, 2024

MILLER: Building a firm foundation in Scripture

Reading and memorizing Scripture is where we discover who we are as beloved children of God, who God is, and His great love for us.

May 28, 2024

NAJAR: The vocation of grandparents

The vocation of a grandparent or elder is simply the continuation of one’s vocation as a Christian disciple.

May 28, 2024

NAJAR: La vocación de los abuelos

La vocación de un abuelo o de un anciano es simplemente la continuación de la propia vocación como discípulo cristiano.

May 28, 2024

FRANTZ: Una Primera Comunión excepcionalmente ‘especial’

En mi corazón, sabía que Mimi entendía su fe católica de acuerdo con su capacidad limitada. ¿Pero era suficiente?

May 24, 2024

'All gifts from God': Crowds, connection, conversion mark national pilgrimage's first week

In their first week, pilgrims on the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage have faced blisters, a busted toe and thunderstorms, but those "hiccups" along the routes are "all gifts from God," said Jack Krebs, a perpetual pilgrim on the pilgrimage's St. Junipero Serra Route.

May 24, 2024

Archdiocese remembers Houston civil rights icon Rev. Lawson, longtime friend of Archbishop Fiorenza

With Archbishop Fiorenza and Rabbi Karff, Lawson was one of ‘The Three Amigos’ who championed civil rights

May 24, 2024

Houston school's unexpected candlelit Mass is stark contrast to Gulf Coast's deadly storms

Even though school officials said the unexpected candle-lit Mass and graduation ceremony was a “beautiful” celebration, the peace and stillness of the Liturgy was a stark contrast to the 100 mph winds that shredded homes and businesses in a 70-mile span of the nation’s fifth-most populous metropolitan region.

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