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May 11, 2021

SAMUELS: Former slaves and sisters on path to sainthood

The Catholic Church has a rich history of people who stood up to fight for the most vulnerable in society. Here are a few of those African Americans who have all taken a stand to improve the lives and wellbeing of all in the Church and world. These are the African American Catholics on the road to sainthood.

April 27, 2021

Pope calls for May prayer marathon for pandemic’s end

Pope Francis has called for a global prayer marathon for the entire month of May, praying for the end to the pandemic.

April 27, 2021

IGNITE Campaign aims to address needs of Archdiocese

The IGNITE: “Our Faith, Our Mission” Capital Campaign has relaunched, continuing its efforts to address the vital needs of our local Church.

April 27, 2021

Via Lucis devotion brings the ‘light of grace’

The Stations of the Light are a spiritual journey with Christ that takes one through 14 of the most inspiriting events of His post-Resurrection life on earth.

April 27, 2021

Bishop Sheltz marks 75th birthday

Bells, balloons and a large birthday cake helped mark the festivities as Auxiliary Bishop George A. Sheltz celebrated his 75th birthday on April 19 with a drive-through parade at the Archbishop Joseph A. Fiorenza Priest Retirement Residence in Houston.

April 27, 2021

Men’s rugby club combines faith with competition

It seemed a bit of a crazy idea at first — starting a Catholic rugby club for men in a town where football, basketball and baseball suck up almost all of the oxygen. But it happened.

April 27, 2021

Rediscovering St. Joseph: New online series explores the foster father of Jesus

A Houston deacon's new online series hopes to inspire viewers to come to know and love St. Joseph.

April 27, 2021

Telemedicine, curbside pharmacy provide continuum of quality care for uninsured during COVID-19

A world gone virtual gave San José Clinic the opportunity to deliver uninterrupted comprehensive care in new, innovative ways, including telemedicine and a curbside pharmacy model.

April 27, 2021

Archdiocesan Deaf Ministry applauds Vatican’s new digital sign language service

This Easter Sunday, April 4, Pope Francis’s livestreamed general audience and Angelus and Regina Coeli addresses formally went live with the Vatican’s launch of a new Sign Language service on its YouTube account.

April 27, 2021

HENRITZE: Embracing the virtues of the Sacred Heart

Jesus, the eternal Son of God, used two words to describe His Sacred Heart: meek and humble.

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