Experience Chinese culture and support Chinese clergy when the Spiritan China Education Fund for Advanced Formation hosts its second Father Matteo Ricci, SJ, Dinner on Tuesday, March 5, at 6 p.m. at Ocean Palace Restaurant, located at 11215 Bellaire Blvd. in Houston. The benefit dinner seeks to raise funds for the formation of Chinese priests and improve awareness for the situation in the Church in China.
Surrounded by hundreds of red and white poinsettia and brightly lit Christmas trees, Daniel Cardinal DiNardo celebrated Christmas Eve Mass with the Vietnamese Catholic community in the George R. Brown Convention Center. Three days prior, Cardinal DiNardo also celebrated the Grand Archdiocesan Simbang Gabi Culmination Mass with the Filipino Catholic community at St. Ignatius of Loyola Catholic Church in Spring Dec. 21.
The Bryan Museum in Galveston and Mexico’s Consulate to display historic crucifix with Vatican ties; Texas recognizes St. John Vianney parish for Hurricane Harvey efforts; University of St. Thomas announces March 6 Mardi Gras Gala, benefits scholarships
At the upcoming Southwest Liturgical Conference (SWLC) Study Week, “Encountering the Sacred: Beauty and the Liturgy,” Archbishop J. Michael Miller, CSB, will serve as the opening keynote address and will focus on setting the tone of the week’s conversations towards an “understanding [of] what is meant by beauty, sacred beauty, and how ... different liturgical expressions contribute to a more complete understanding of the Paschal Mystery,” according to organizers.
La catequesis es ante todo una acción y una determinación. Es un enfoque que no separa entre el anuncio de la Buena Noticia y la educación doctrinal. Es por medio de ella que nuestra fe ha sido relevada como un tesoro invaluable de generación tras generación.
In light of the Synod of Bishops on “Young People, the Faith, and Vocational Discernment,” many of our campus ministry programs this year have and will focus on how to discern one’s vocation. The two main questions asked by all students during their university experience are: “What will I study?” and “What am I going to do with my life after graduation?”
On Christmas Eve of this year, while the majority for our world was in preparation for the birth of the Son of God, a young Guatemalan family was being informed of the death of their son because of the evil and misguided immigration policy of this nation.
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