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February 22, 2022

Back in Stride: Steps for Students makes a spirited return

More than 5,000 runners, walkers and volunteers showed up in downtown Houston excited to support Catholic schools in person rather than virtually at the Steps for Students 5K on Feb. 12.

February 22, 2022

Holy Year 2025 should ‘fan flame of hope’ after pandemic, pope says

The Holy Year 2025 should focus on “restoring a climate of hope and trust” after the coronavirus pandemic and helping people repair their relationships with God, with each other, and the Earth, Pope Francis said.

February 22, 2022

MYERS: Accepting God’s abundant love

It is much harder to accept God’s love, mercy and generosity for ourselves.

February 22, 2022

BARROW: Reflecting on the Gift of Mercy for Lent

The road to Calvary and everything leading up to the scourging, crucifixion, and death of Jesus should be seen as an act of mercy, culminating with the beauty of the Resurrection.

February 22, 2022

OCHOA: A Lent for Life

With the theme “For Lent for Life,” CRS Rice Bowl reminds us that our prayers, fasting and almsgiving can be life-giving for our suffering brothers and sisters around the world.

February 22, 2022

NGUYEN: Listening… a crucial skill for growth

In the age of information-overload, are we truly listening to each other or just hear words?

February 22, 2022

CIESIELSKI: Supporting aging … Did you know?

How well are you prepared to face the challenges of aging?

February 22, 2022

Annual Report 2021: A year of resilient faith, ministry 2021, Archdiocesan ministries extended their care and dedication to the faithful by offering programs, conferences and presentations online to reach people safely as the pandemic continued impacting the world.

February 8, 2022

San José Clinic’s centennial anniversary: 100 years old and forever healing

When Monsignor George T. Walsh, then pastor of Annunciation Catholic Church in downtown Houston, learned of the high infant mortality of Mexican children in Houston in 1922, he knew where to turn: San José Clinic.

February 8, 2022

Knights of Peter Claver claim two top national officers here in Galveston-Houston

Knights of Peter Claver, the largest African American Catholic lay organization in the United States, stand as a true family affair that includes the Ladies Auxiliary, Junior Knights and Junior Daughters, said a national officer based in Houston.

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