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May 14, 2024

Heartfelt care by Catholic Chaplains brings healing, hope for the sick and suffering

Whether it’s holding a hand, offering prayers and Sacraments, or simply listening, clergy and lay ministers with the Catholic Chaplain Corps embody the compassionate teachings of Jesus Christ as they bring his healing embrace to the infirm, imprisoned, aged and dying.

May 14, 2024

Texas Catholic Herald carries 60-year legacy of Catholic press into the future

Today, on May 14, 2024, the TCH marked its 60th anniversary – to the day, the first issue was printed on May 14, 1964 – of reporting on Catholic information and evangelization in Texas and beyond.

May 1, 2024

Pier Giorgio Frassati's canonization reportedly 'on the horizon' in 2025

A Vatican official recently said that "the canonization of Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati is now clear on the horizon and looming for the next jubilee year" of 2025.

April 23, 2024

Carrying the Easter spirit: How can we continue celebrating the Easter season?

Most people don’t think in terms of Easter spirit. Yet the Easter season is a time that is filled with a spirit of joy and hope.

April 23, 2024

New Archbishop Fiorenza Plaza dedicated

Gathered under the spring sun and blue skies, some 280 close family, friends and longtime collaborators of the late Archbishop Joseph A. Fiorenza rejoiced during the April 13 dedication and blessing of the new Archbishop Fiorenza Plaza across from the Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart.

April 23, 2024

Not total, but still totally cool: Eclipse brings science, spirituality in focus

Though the Archdiocese did not fall in the path of totality of what was dubbed “the Great American Eclipse” on April 8, God seemed to part the cloudy skies in time for many Catholics in the Archdiocese to witness the partial phenomenon and students to conduct science experiments, Archdiocesan school officials said.

April 23, 2024

UST launches authentically Catholic women’s, gender studies program

This fall, the University of St. Thomas in Houston is launching a new graduate certificate in sexuality and gender, an online four-course program that officials believes is the first of its kind.

April 23, 2024

Synod Matters: Improving parish hospitality, equipping disciples to fulfill Church’s mission

At Prince of Peace Catholic Church and Corpus Christi Catholic Church, participants met during Lent to discuss how the Church’s structures support or hinder the faithful’s embrace of the mission to bring people closer to God.

April 23, 2024

Catholic Communication Campaign connects the faithful with Christ in Houston and beyond

On May 11 to 12, many Catholic dioceses will take up a special collection in their parishes for the Catholic Communication Campaign, which helps to spread the Gospel through print, radio, television, websites and social media.

April 23, 2024

Bringing hope to incarcerated youth

Within the confines of juvenile detention centers, where concrete walls and steel bars can cast shadows over the hopes and dreams of incarcerated youth, compassionate volunteers and staff from Special Youth Services embark on a mission of hope and love to ensure these young souls are not forgotten.

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