The Archdiocesan Office of Young Adult and Campus Ministry began a series called “Challenging Faith,” featuring evening discussions for young adults asking tough questions and getting straight answers about belief in God, the Catholic faith and the truth of the Bible, especially in relation to science.
The Port of Galveston has not only been a great source of employment and strength in the Galveston economy for nearly two centuries, it has also been a place of grace, blessing and service by the Church.
Encouraged by Pope Francis’ words in his Amoris Laetitia exhortation in April 2016, the Catholic Church worldwide has renewed its dedication to protecting, promoting and strengthening marriages and families.
The 22nd week in ordinary time of the church's liturgical year has been no ordinary time for Father Martin Eke, a Missionary of St. Paul, or his parish, St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Houston.
Throughout the Gulf Coast, from Victoria to Houston and Beaumont, rising rivers continue to threaten. But as in Corpus Christi, Victoria and Houston, Port Arthur and Beaumont both begin the recovery process as the waters begin to fall.
With floodwater as high as 20 feet from swelling bayous and waterways, thousands of homes in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston flooded as Tropical Storm Harvey continued to batter southeast Texas Aug. 28.
After spending the night in his truck on the highway due to rising floodwaters on the I-610 South Loop near Telephone Road, Father David Bergeron, CC, took to his kayak to explore the flooded streets around the neighborhood and try to get wine to celebrate Sunday Mass.
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