Celebrating a bilingual Mass for the Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed on All Souls Day Nov. 2 at his Dickinson parish, Father Wilson consoled aching hearts and souls, many yearning for loved ones who have died.
Bishop Joe S. Vásquez of Austin told a Houston audience that caring for immigrants is rooted in the Gospel and part of the original religious identity of Catholics, strongly faulting political partisanship for obscuring Church teaching on immigration and driving divisions among God’s people.
For more than 30 years, the ministry responsible for assisting the needs of the underserved homeless population in Galveston, is CHRISTUS Our Daily Bread. The organization provides a variety of support services to homeless men and women in a comfortable facility and works with other resources in the Gulf Coast Community to ensure all their needs are met.
St. Nicholas Catholic Church, known as Houston’s oldest historical Black Catholic church, is situated among old warehouses and new housing in the city’s Third Ward, east of the skyscrapers of downtown Houston.
Members of Galveston-Houston’s massive health care and medical communities, including doctors, nurses, medical students and other medical and health care personnel, were encouraged to wear white coats to represent their professions at the annual White Mass at Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart in Houston.
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