Thanks to a generous donation to Msgr. Kelly Catholic High School, the girls’ softball team now has a beautiful new training facility. The facility was dedicated to the Dominican Sisters of Houston and was blessed Aug. 19 by Bishop Curtis Guillory, SVD, with players, staff, family and friends in attendance. Continue Reading »
“When you put people first instead of putting their disability first it’s less judgmental,” keynote speaker Charleen Katra, associate director, Office of Evangelization and Catechesis, Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, said. “Spiritual understanding can be shown through that gesture.” Continue Reading »
By Cindy Wooden Catholic News Service
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Like their Orthodox brothers and sisters, Catholics formally will mark Sept. 1 as the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation, Pope Francis has decided.
The day of prayer, the pope said, will give individuals and communities an opportunity to implore God’s help in protecting creation and an opportunity to ask God’s forgiveness “for sins committed against the world in which we live.” Continue Reading »
Father Roger Keeler offered the keynote address Friday evening. His address included a metaphor between a far from perfect family dinner and what the liturgy is. Exhibitors were also open both days and included some small Christian businesses from around Southeast Texas. Continue Reading »
By Catholic News Service
JAMESTOWN, Va. (CNS) — The identities of four men discovered almost two years ago at the site of Jamestown’s historic 1608 church have been identified and one of the men had been buried with a silver box that is “likely a Catholic reliquary.”
The Smithsonian Museum of Natural History and the Jamestown Rediscovery Foundation at Historic Jamestowne announced the men’s identities July 28. Continue Reading »
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El departamento de respuesta a desastres de Caridades Católicas del Sureste de Texas continua proveyendo ayuda a cualquier persona de los seis condados de Jasper, Newton, Tyler, Hardin, Jefferson, Chambers y Liberty que fue afectada por las inundaciones que ocurrieron en mayo y junio.
Tara Byars, coordinadora del programa de respuesta a desastres para Caridades Católicas, dijo que hubo familias en el condado de Liberty que reportaron de tres a nueve pies de agua en sus hogares, y que tuvieron pérdidas totales de los contenidos de sus casas.
El condado de Liberty ha recibido ayuda federal para individuos y dueños de casa. Los afectados pueden llamar diario a FEMA al número (800) 621-3362 de 7 a.m. a 10 p.m. o visitando al sitio web www.fema.gov/apply-assistance. También se puede contactar con Byars al número (409) 924-4426 o por su correo electrónico email@example.com. Caridades Católicas también está dando ayuda limitada.
The disaster response team of Catholic Charities of Southeast Texas is continuing to provide assistance to anyone in the six counties that were affected by the Memorial Day floods and the flooding that occurred in mid-June in Jasper County. Residents of Jasper, Newton, Tyler, Hardin, Jefferson, Chambers and Liberty Counties who have had damage are eligible to apply for assistance.
Tara Byars, disaster relief coordinator for Catholic Charities, said families in Liberty County reported anywhere from three to nine feet of water inside homes that left homes devastated and caused a total loss of the contents of the homes.
Liberty County has been granted federal assistance for individuals and homeowners, and those affected can call FEMA at 800-621-3362 toll free from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily or go on the FEMA website at https://www.fema.gov/apply-assistance, or contact Byars at (409) 924-4426 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Catholic Charities is providing limited assistance.