The Texas Catholic Herald

Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston

December 12, 2017

Artist’s faith illuminated by theology, God’s providence

After designing yet another PowerPoint and some more worksheets for her high school students’ next lesson, Tricia Dugat decided to finally chase a dream. And then another dream.

December 12, 2017

A fiesta of color honors Our Lady of Guadalupe

The annual Archdiocesan Celebration of Our Lady of Guadalupe filled the streets of downtown Houston with colorful cultural displays and music of centuries-old Mexican tradition.

November 28, 2017

Diplomado MATER DEI en Liderazgo Catequético 2018

Un diplomado avanzado en teología y habilidades pastorales con profesores de universidades católicas y expertos pastorales. Nos reuniremos seis sábados por año (proceso dura dos años). Totalmente en español.

November 28, 2017

Niños anhelan hogar este Adviento

Incluso después de presentarse noticias sobre niños durmiendo en el piso en oficinas, o peor aún, sobre sus trágicas muertes, la crisis de crianza infantil temporal de Texas continúa.

November 28, 2017

Jóvenes adultos con corazon de servicio siguen los pasos de Frassati

No había tenido el honor de conocer al Beato Pier Giorgio Frassati (1901-1925) hasta que tuve la oportunidad el año pasado en la Jornada Mundial de Jóvenes de estar junto a su cuerpo y también leí un libro acerca de su vida.

November 28, 2017

Share the Journey: Interfaith pot luck invites all faiths to listen, learn

There’s something about sharing a meal with someone that is more than just getting food to satisfy hunger or catching up. Walls come down. It is a chance to let your hair down, so to speak, set the craziness of the world aside, and just be with someone. You get an opportunity to share your thoughts and hear about theirs.

November 28, 2017

Caregiving with older adults: one parish’s story

Where can Catholics turn for assistance with caregiving needs for older adults in our Archdiocese? The Church has had a long tradition to tend to the most vulnerable with Christ’s compassionate care.

November 28, 2017

Young adults with heart of service follow steps of Frassati

Blessed Frassati was named “The Man of the Eight Beatitudes” by St. John Paul II. Although he died at only 24 years of age he became the model of lay people all over the world. He had a normal life, had a hard time in college, loved to have fun and was a member of student social justice clubs.

November 28, 2017

This Advent children are waiting for homes

During Advent, we wait for our Savior, while these precious children wait for their saviors every day of the year. The Scripture we read in Advent gives us a clear example to follow when we see a child in need of a parent and shows us what to do when we are paralyzed and can’t respond.

November 28, 2017

San José Clinic looks to the future of Houston’s healthcare

This year’s record-breaking luncheon also celebrated the clinic’s 95th anniversary of providing care to Houstonians in need as well as sharing the enormous impact of their Hurricane Harvey relief work. In the wake of the storm, San José Clinic provided and expanded service to patients across the region.

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