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January 25, 2022

Fort Worth-area parish embraces synagogue next door after hostage crisis

Members of Christian, Jewish and Islamic faith backgrounds and a representative from the city attended a prayer vigil in Good Shepherd’s chapel.

January 25, 2022

JONES: A New Year’s Resolution: Take some spiritual rest

We should take advantage of God’s plan of rest for us. This winter, take time from “doing” and allow yourself to just “be.”

January 25, 2022

ADAMS: Disciples Assemble! Archdiocesan Junior High Rally returns

Know a junior high student? Help them answer the call of Jesus Christ with other youth at the 2022 Archdiocesan Junior High Youth Rally.

January 11, 2022

'A life that preached': Bishop Sheltz celebrated, remembered and laid to rest

The beloved Auxiliary Bishop George A. Sheltz was honored at his Dec. 30 visitation and vigil and prayed for at his Dec. 31 funeral Mass.

January 11, 2022

Catholic Charities poverty summit goes virtual for Poverty Awareness Month

Catholic Charities will host a virtual event to help show the many faces of poverty and the trauma it can cause.

January 11, 2022

‘Rally Nuns’ carry years-long support of Steps for Students 5K run

Stalwarts in Catholic school education, the Dominican Sisters of Mary Immaculate Province have more than one reason to run in the upcoming Steps for Students 5K race and walk, and they want to see you racing alongside them!

January 11, 2022

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2022 celebrates the light of Christ

Locals are preparing for a unique effort to celebrate the 2022 Week of Christian Unity, including Archdiocesan ecumenical leaders.

January 11, 2022

Three Czech deacons two-step through Galveston-Houston

Three transitional deacons made a pilgrimage of sorts from the Czech Republic to the Lone Star State in December to take in both the local culture and unique-to-Texas liturgies.

January 11, 2022

‘Ruff’ work: Dogs provide needed support in Baltimore Archdiocese

Catholic Charities in Baltimore is leading efforts to bring emotional support into Catholic schools and programs that serve young people with traumatic emotional and behavioral health challenges.

January 11, 2022

PARSONS: Seafarers are part of my family

Developing relationships with seafarers has been key for Seafarer Chaplain Karen Parsons to be able to continue her ministry even after the gangways are raised and the ships leave port.

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