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October 25, 2022

Pioneers of Catholic education, Dominican Sisters of Houston continue ministry today

In September 1882, with the approval of Bishop Nicholas Gallagher, third Catholic bishop of Galveston, 20 Dominican sisters arrived in Galveston from Ohio to pioneer Catholic education in Texas.

October 25, 2022

Steps for Students hits the ground running with presenting sponsor

The Steps for Students 5K Walk/Run, set for Feb. 11, 2023, welcomed its new presenting sponsor, Gilbert Andrew Garcia and Garcia Hamilton & Associates, donating $25,000 for Catholic education at the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month.

October 25, 2022

Holy Rosary in Houston hosts several events to celebrate veterans

Several events to celebrate Veterans Day are set for Nov. 4 to 18 at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, located at 3617 Milam St. in Houston.

October 25, 2022

Nun Run on motorcycles raises funds for school clinics

Roaring motorcycles mingled with melodic church bells as more than 300 people were riding out of the Villa de Matel convent grounds on Oct. 15, raising funds for nine Catholic school clinics keeping children healthy.

October 25, 2022

Forever Healing: Centennial celebration caps San José Clinic’s 100th year

San José Clinic hosted its Forever Healing: Centennial Celebration event and raised over $1.03 million to recognize the history, collaborations and partnerships that have helped the clinic endeavor for 100 years of healing underserved and uninsured citizens.

October 25, 2022

Nov. 9 award dinner supports the education of priests from China

Spiritan China Education Fund for Advanced Formation will host its third Father Matteo Ricci, SJ, Dinner on Wednesday, Nov. 9, at 6 p.m., at Ocean Palace Seafood Restaurant.

October 25, 2022

Catholic Mobilizing Network names award in Archbishop Fiorenza’s honor

At an Oct. 10 ceremony at the Vatican Embassy in Washington, Catholic advocates working to bring an end to the death penalty acknowledged leaders in the fight against capital punishment in the U.S., as well as unveiling a new award named in honor of the late Archbishop Fiorenza.

October 25, 2022

MAI: What does it take to become a saint?

The Catholic Church teaches that God Himself is truth, goodness and beauty — that which we all long for, no matter our age, is found in God,

October 25, 2022

CIESIELSKI: Re-energizing the Church through the vocation of older adults

Aging presents both opportunities and challenges for parish communities. By way of opportunities, parishes are called to recognize and celebrate older adults as gifts to their community.

October 25, 2022

HERRERA: Avivamiento Eucarístico nacional

Este Avivamiento Eucarístico busca renovar la Iglesia católica de los Estados Unidos a través de una mayor apreciación del misterio Eucarístico, de la presencia sacrificial de Jesucristo que es la razón misma de la existencia de la Iglesia en primer lugar.

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