July 16, 2018
  • 10:27 am Archbishop Column: The Word is God is bigger than us, beyond us
  • 10:24 am Church continues mission and ministry after three centuries in San Antonio
  • 10:13 am Six men ordained priests, receiving the sacramental gift of the Holy Spirit
  • 11:15 am Keep immigrant families together, bishops plead at border
  • 9:23 am Homilía de Arzobispo Gustavo a 1 de Julio Misa Conmemorativa de César Chávez

High standards of academic success have filled the hallways of Incarnate Word High School (IWHS) since its founding in 1881. The robust curriculum and modular schedule is designed to challenge college-bound students with an instructional program that provides scheduled classes as well as “open lab” time for research, testing and consulting with faculty. While highly […]

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During the 2017-2018 school year, St. Matthew Catholic School successfully implemented its Project Based Learning through STREAM Initiative. Project Based Learning (PBL) is an inquiry-based instructional approach in a real-world context where students generate the pathways and products that meet defined, standards-based outcomes. STREAM is the incorporation of science, technology, religion, engineering, art, and math; […]

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Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed; four great words to describe the students of Catholic Schools all over our country. These same words, the theme for Catholic Schools Week this year also describe well the students of St. James the Apostle Catholic School. Daily learning at St. James starts with Morning Assembly in the school gym attended […]

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A gathering to impact non-traditional students who desire to change their lives through the attainment of their high school equivalency (GED) certificate, the 10th anniversary Fabulous Holiday Brunch GED Scholarship Fundraiser, was held Dec. 2 at the OMNI Hotel at the Colonnade. A majority of proceeds from the event fund an initiative with the Adult […]

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By Father Mark Clarke, CMF For Today’s Catholic As I celebrate 15 years of priesthood this month, I have been especially blessed because most of my years as a priest have been spent working full time with young people. I have served as a chaplain at high schools throughout the United States and worked in […]

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$15,000 donation check presented to Catholic Charities for Hurricane Harvey relief  SAN ANTONIO • The Mexican American Catholic College (MACC) celebrated its 45th anniversary with a special fiesta on Oct. 19. Since 1972, MACC’s service to the church and Hispanic community has continued to grow in Texas and throughout the United States. During the planning of […]

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All … are created equal I invite all believers and people of good will to join me in promoting a culture of authentic encounter, dialogue and inclusion. When the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution were first adopted, the primary concern of the drafters was male land-owners rather than women and children, the poor, […]

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The Missions: past, present, future BY CAROL BAASS SOWA TODAY’S CATHOLIC This is the second in a multi-part series. SAN ANTONIO • At the time of Mission San Antonio de Valero’s secularization in 1793, what was to have been its third and permanent church still stood unfinished. Master mason Antonio Tello had unceremoniously fled town […]

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Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller, MSpS, will be the presider at a special memorial Mass this evening, Thursday, Oct. 5, at 7 p.m. at San Fernando Cathedral downtown for those deceased and affected by recent national disasters and tragedies. These include the victims of this week’s Las Vegas shooting; those impacted by the Mexico earthquakes; and those […]

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By Claire Meixner Today’s Catholic Aug. 24, some 80 young adults gathered in fellowship and faith at Blue Star Brewery to hear Theology on Tap speaker Jesuit Father Sean Salai. Father Salai began by inviting the audience to join in a moment of prayful reflection, an entry point into his discussion of the Ignatian Examen […]

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