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Renewing faith, hope, and love for Christ and his church, bringing God’s message to the world

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Witness the Holy Spirit through fellowship with energetic speakers, live music, prayerful reflection, and Mass with Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller, MSpS,

 

Texas Knights of Columbus work with Mexican Knights to aid migrants

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CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico (CNA) — Following an August announcement from the Knights of Columbus that the group would commit at

 

St. Stephen’s CARE Center sees rise in need for basic necessities

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On the one-month anniversary of St. Stephen’s CARE Center recently, Catholic Charities updated the community about the rising need for

 

Stewardship: Motivating capital campaign response

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Written by Carol Baass Sowa, for Today’s Catholic This is the second in a series covering presentations by Our Sunday

 

Retired Auxiliary Bishop Thomas Flanagan, 89, dies Oct. 9; remembered for character, personal qualities

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UPDATE: A liturgy will be celebrated at St. Brigid Church at 6907 Kitchener Road in San Antonio on Wednesday, Oct.

 

Bishop praises brother’s forgiveness of officer in fatal Dallas shooting

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DALLAS (CNA) — The brother of Dallas man fatally shot by an off-duty police officer used his time in court

 

Young men hear stories of priests, brothers, and seminarians at Andrew Dinner

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Several young men gathered at the Discernment House at Assumption Seminary on October 7 for the archdiocesan Andrew Dinner. Pastors

 

Prayers for the dead

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The Church prays for the dead, and this prayer says much about the reality of the Church itself. It says

 

Memento mori – How religious orders remember death

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(CNA) — There’s an old Latin phrase that’s suddenly new again — at least in the realm of Catholic Twitter.

 

Processions, music and ritual unite legal community during Red Mass

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By Teresita Pinon for Today’s Catholic With the traditional fall start of the judicial year, law students and members of

 

Archbishop tells ministers at the altar that they have a very important job in the Church

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More than 350 altar servers from across the archdiocese gathered for a formation day, themed “Worthy is the Lamb,” at

 

Reflecting more deeply on the dignity of every human life

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The archdiocese observed Respect Life Month, themed, “Christ Our Hope in Every Season of Life,” with three life-themed Masses in

  

Stewardship: Steps for transforming your parish

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Written by Carol Baass Sowa, for Today’s Catholic This is the first in a series covering presentations by Our Sunday

 

Blessings bestowed on law enforcement service animals, their handlers

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A special law enforcement animal blessing with the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office and Sheriff’s Mounted Patrol took place at Plaza de la

 

Theology on Tap examines Blessed Conchita’s Call to Witness

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On May 4, the name of an exemplary woman was declared Blessed by the church: Concepción Cabrera, Conchita. As a

   

Let us care for Mother Earth, challenges archbishop at Caring for Creation Mass at missions

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Under an early Sunday morning overcast sky that eventually turned into spectacular sunshine, the El Camino de San Antonio Caring

    

New quarter celebrates the heritage of San Antonio Missions

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SAN ANTONIO • The United States Mint (Mint) officially launched the America the Beautiful Quarters® Program coin honoring San Antonio

 

The City of San Antonio and Visit San Antonio hosted a special announcement about a new cultural celebration, Day of the Dead San Antonio 2019, at Plaza Juarez in La Villita Sept. 12.

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In his opening comments and blessing at the gathering, Auxiliary Bishop Michael Boulette said that the Archdiocese of San Antonio

 

Order of St. Gregory the Great laypersons thanked for their lives of service for the church

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The Knights and Ladies of St. Gregory the Great were honored with a Mass of appreciation and thanksgiving Sept. 6

 

Dr. Alfonso “Chico” Chiscano

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He was a native of Spain’s Canary Islands, the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Dr. Chiscano attended medical school

 

Celebrating hospitality and love of neighbor at St. Stephen’s CARE Center dedication

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Catholic Charities announced the grand opening of the St. Stephen’s CARE Center on with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Sept. 9.

  

Border bishops ‘filled with mourning’ over deaths of migrants

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At the end of their recent semi-annual meeting, Catholic bishops from dioceses along the Texas-Mexico border lamented the challenges facing

  

Statement of Archbishop Gustavo Garcia-Siller, MSpS, concerning shootings in Midland and Odessa

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I join my brother bishops of Texas — and those across the United States — in solidarity with Bishop Michael

 

Mass in Latin alive and well in S.A.

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Written by Carol Baass Sowa, for Today’s Catholic A Mass from the growing more distant past is very much part

  

Seattle bishops to review blessing of assisted suicide advocate

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By Christine Rousselle Seattle, Wash., Aug 27, 2019 / 04:45 pm (CNA). The Archdiocese of Seattle is facing questions after a

 

Archbishop Gustavo Garcia-Síller joins with U.S. bishops in denouncing new rule undermining existing protections for immigrant children

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I join with Bishop Joe S. Vásquez of Austin, Chairman of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ (USCCB) Committee

  

Aspirants take a deeper step in discernment with the opening of new residence

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The San Antonio Vocation Office presented the opening and blessing by Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller, MSpS of the Discernment House at Assumption Seminary’s