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November 8, 2022

Conference brings light to disability issues in the Church

Disability ministry leaders, advocates, family members and more gathered at St. Ignatius of Loyola Catholic Church in Spring for the National Catholic Partnership on Disability’s annual conference.

November 8, 2022

Bishop Dell’Oro confirms 19 in prison for the first time since COVID-19

Last month, Auxiliary Bishop Italo Dell’Oro, CRS, confirmed 19 men at the TDCJ Wynne Prison Unit, some of whom have been waiting for Confirmation since before the pandemic.

November 8, 2022

Ladies Auxiliary of Peter Claver deliver care packages to the Magnificat House

For women reintegrating into society from prison, economic mobility might prove challenging. To help alleviate some of those barriers, the women of the Ladies Auxiliary division of the Knights of Peter Claver donated care packages to the Magnificat House in Houston on Oct. 6.

November 8, 2022

Catholic school student battles brain tumor with medical care, faith, helping children

Dealing with a non-malignant but golf ball-sized brain tumor since she was eight years old, Cecilia Treviño, now 12, has worked for the past three years to make other pediatric patients smile.

November 8, 2022

‘Cultivating a sense of beauty’: Fine arts unite at first-ever music, art teacher workshop series at Co-Cathedral

Inspired to continue Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart’s mission of being a spiritual home to everyone within the Archdiocese, Co-Cathedral leaders collaborated with the Catholic Schools Office to host the first-ever group of workshops for fine arts teachers of Catholic schools from around the Archdiocese.

November 8, 2022

Congregation to celebrate 150 years of history in Archdiocese

A small band of sisters made the journey in faith to the great unknown, Texas, knowing they would not be returning to their homeland. Their first foundation was in Brownsville, then Victoria, and the third foundation in Houston, arriving in 1873.

November 8, 2022

Priest pens Catholic-based comedy set to debut before Christmas in Houston

Some of the most famous writers in the world were inspired by their life experiences to create their films, songs and other works of art. For Father Nicholas Divine, C.P., director of ministry at Holy Name Passionist Retreat Center, his play “Right Angles” is a snapshot of his childhood.

November 8, 2022

Pope Francis responds to handwritten letters from Uvalde students

Uvalde Catholic school students share sorrows and hopes, asking Pope Francis to pray for their friends, family and community. And the pope responds!

November 8, 2022

Charity Guild of Catholic Women concludes year of celebrating centennial anniversary

Daniel Cardinal DiNardo celebrated with President Elizabeth Jordan and other members of the Charity Guild of Catholic Women at their 100th anniversary centennial ball last month at the Ballroom at Bayou Place in Houston. Founded in 1922, the guild now has nearly 600 members from 64 parishes in the Archdiocese.

November 8, 2022

NGUYEN: Holy souls of purgatory

For every person who embraces the grace of salvation in Jesus Christ, death is but a step toward eternal life. Prayerful consideration of death can change the way we live our lives and how we relate to the dead.

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