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March 9, 2021

In the midst of pandemic, The Cardinal’s Circle continues supporting ICCS

The Cardinal’s Circle’s mission is to help Inner City Catholic Schools (ICCS) maintain a standard of academic excellence in curriculum and staffand to provide the tuition assistance required by a large portion of ICCS’s student population.

March 9, 2021

Catholic chaplains still bring compassionate, heroic care at healthcare facilities amid pandemic

As the hardships of COVID-19 social distancing mandates continue to impact the elderly and sick in healthcare facilities, the Catholic Chaplains Corps (CCC) of the Archdiocese remains resolute in its commitment to provide much-needed sacramental and spiritual ministry to those Catholic sisters and brothers in need.

March 9, 2021

‘A Pattern of Hope’ program builds hope for Catholic schools

“A Pattern of Hope,” a virtual event benefiting Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese, is still available.

March 9, 2021

ESTACIO: St. Joseph is our spiritual father

We only have to look at the Holy Family, and for this month, specifically St. Joseph, as an example and guide in our faith journey.

March 9, 2021

TRAN: Lessons for Lent and life with St. Joseph

This year, as our Church looks to the model of St. Joseph, we are reminded to hold onto a genuine trust in our Lord, and that with hope springs forth a spirit of resiliency.

March 9, 2021

HERRERA: Limosna que brota de un corazón generoso y no del bolsillo

Cada año, con ocasión de la Cuaresma, la Iglesia nos invita y anima a una sincera revisión de nuestra vida a la luz de las enseñanzas evangélicas. La Liturgia nos vuelve a proponer tres prácticas penitenciales a las que la tradición Bíblica cristiana confiere un gran valor — la oración, el ayuno y la limosna.

March 9, 2021

An icon of ecumenism, Rothko Chapel marks 50 years of human fraternity

In his invocation during the Rothko Chapel’s 50th anniversary celebration on Feb. 28, Archbishop Emeritus Joseph A. Fiorenza recognized the “fortuitous occasion” that the event happened during the first International Day of Human Fraternity.

March 9, 2021

Bring this easy meatless Southeast Asian stew to your table

Batar Da’an, or boiled corn in Tetum, the language of the southeast Asian country of, brings a delicious Timorese vegetable medley stew to your dining table.

February 23, 2021

Texas Catholics struggle with historic storm, power outages

The historic winter storms in February shattered electric plants across Texas, prompting energy providers to force blackouts across the state to preserve what fragile electricity they could generate. At least 49 deaths have been linked to the storms and subsequent power outages.

February 23, 2021

After giving up so much last year, what’s left to ‘give up’ for Lent?

Perspectives on embracing Lent even after 2020

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