Among the drastic changes brought by the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of students across the country shifted from in-person lessons to distance learning. For Catholic high schools in the Archdiocese, this meant changing their curriculum and methods entirely so students could learn from home.
Since March 18, Catholics living in the Galveston-Houston area have joined millions around the world celebrating livestreamed Masses at home to prevent the further spread of COVID-19. This unprecedented moment in history when public Masses have been suspended has heightened a new awareness about the love of and need for the Sacraments of the Church.
As Mother’s Day on Sunday, May 10 quickly approaches, the uncertainty regarding COVID-19 and the quarantine continues to complicate plans for family gatherings. However, regardless of location, mothers will be honored and loved.
Esta pregunta fue de la gente. ¿Cuál gente? La gente que buscaba a Jesús. ¿Y por qué le buscaban? ¿Por el pan, los signos o los milagros? El evangelista Juan a la altura del capítulo 6 verso 30 plantea esta cuestión: ¿qué necesitas ver para creer en Jesús?
Easter has arrived. Though the coronavirus pandemic has upended the world’s schedule, the life of the Catholic Church continues into this new liturgical season. Catholics, as one family of Easter people, across the Archdiocese are living out their faith in the Gospel message in powerful ways.
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