Apr 13, 2021

A message of Divine Mercy for all

According to the U.S. bishops, in 1931, Jesus appeared to St. Faustina in a vision, with His right hand raised in a blessing and His left touching his garment above his heart. St. Faustina recorded these visions in her diary.

Apr 13, 2021

Shot of hope: Parishes host vaccines drives for underserved groups

To reach underserved populations, parishes in the Archdiocese have been hosting clinics to vaccinate people against COVID-19.

Apr 13, 2021

Proclaiming the Gospel message of hope, comfort to the faithful during COVID-19

During the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Catholics worldwide came to rely on a variety of online resources to keep in touch with their dioceses and parish communities.

Apr 13, 2021

Telling and retelling the story: The gift of spiritual direction

The two who returned from Emmaus to the Upper Room in Jerusalem, and were there when Jesus suddenly stood in the midst of all those gathered, already knew the value of telling and retelling their story.

Apr 13, 2021

High schoolers keep spirit of mission during pandemic

18 students from area Catholic high schools spent their Spring Break serving communities in Houston.

Apr 13, 2021

MILLARE: Eucharistic Hope

Hope has a name and a face: Jesus Christ in the Holy Eucharist. We need communion in the midst of an isolating culture that drives us to live “alone together.”

Apr 13, 2021

NGUYEN: Hope is the vaccine for our spirit

Living the year 2020 in fervent prayer and enduring hope is not in vain. Just as the vaccine is vital to our body, so is hope to our spirit, for hope is the spiritual vaccine for our soul.

Apr 13, 2021

Smugglers, extortion and broken dreams: Migrants’ road to U.S. has perils

Shelters run by the Franciscans near the Guatemala borde, offer a respite on a dangerous route for migrants to the U.S. border. Migrants unable to afford the services of smugglers often stay in shelters, but advocates say they end up paying plenty in the form of inflated fees for taxi and vans rides or bribes and extortion payments demanded by crooked public officials.

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