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Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston

May 9, 2017

YOUTH: Crowning Mary our Mother with honor in May

With traditional ritual known as the Crowning of Mary on May 1, we honor Mary’s yes to God to become the Mother of Jesus.

May 9, 2017

Collars win inaugurual priest vs. seminarian basketball game in a close contest

On Friday, Apr. 21, Archdiocesan priests and St. Mary’s seminarians came together for a friendly competitive basketball game.

May 9, 2017

Generations celebrate Frydek 65 WWII survivors at grotto

“My uncle Eddie Mlcak was a pilot in World War II and was shot down over Germany and became a prisoner,” said Henry Mlcak as polka music played at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Frydek for its 68th Annual Grotto Celebration April 30.

May 9, 2017

Special Youth Services helps restore lives, souls

In the Gospel of Matthew, Jesus reminds us that what we do for one another, we do for Him. Special Youth Services (SYS) of the Archdiocese takes this mission to heart, and uses every resource available to help at-risk youth and families restore their lives and souls.

May 9, 2017

San José Clinic marks 95 years of service at 10th annual Art with Heart gala

On Saturday, April 22, hundreds of guests gathered to support San José Clinic at the 10th annual Art with Heart event.

May 9, 2017

Frassati Catholic High School heralds first graduating class

43 to graduate from Galveston-Houston's newest Catholic high school in north Houston

May 9, 2017

Mary: A Mother For All

As May crowns Mary Queen of Heaven and Earth, ancient devotions to the Blessed Virgin Mary cross borders, cultures and time to honor the mother of Jesus Christ

April 25, 2017

New Archdiocesan childhood curriculum launches

As we continue through these 50 days of the Easter season, daily personal reflection can lead us to a rich Pentecost where we, like the followers of Jesus in the upper room, are called and sent to be witnesses to the world.

April 25, 2017

Enriching a marriage to handle life’s coming changes

Married couples have “a solemn obligation to love and care for each other.” This love and care requires intentional effort.

April 25, 2017

Finding the Holy Spirit in life’s quiet moments

The first person of the Trinity mentioned by name in Sacred Scripture is the Holy Spirit. We read that in the beginning, before the world had form or shape, there was a “mighty wind sweeping over the waters” (Genesis 1:2).

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