- Diocesan News

Regarding statements of the Holy Father in a recently released documentary, official Church teaching is not changed by a recorded conversation with the Holy Father.

The teachings of the Catholic Church regarding traditional marriage continue because it reflects the reality about the unique character of the union of a man and a woman.

The Catholic Church’s teaching regarding the respect and care for those with same sex attractions also continues because in God’s eyes we are all His children.

We must continue to live the truth in love (Eph. 4.15).

Quoting from Pope Francis’s Apostolic Exhortation, Amoris Laetitia, 2016:  “We need to acknowledge the great variety of family situations that can offer a certain stability, but de facto or same-sex unions, for example, may not simply be equated with marriage.” (AL, 52)

- Your Stories
The Gabriel Project offers women in crisis pregnancies emotional, spiritual and financial support.

Years ago, Mike and Anne Ronco discovered the opportunity they were seeking to help pregnant women in need. They discovered the Gabriel Project, which lets mothers who face difficulties know they are not alone in bringing their child into the world by offering confidential services to women in crisis pregnancies. The ministry has consumed much of their lives for the past 25 years.

Begun in 1990 at a parish in Houston, churches involved with the Gabriel Project function as “angels” to provide a variety of assistance, including baby clothing, car seats and strollers; transportation to and from doctors’ offices; emotional and spiritual support; financial and employment assistance; housing; and prayers. They work closely with pro-life pregnancy centers through a geographical area that offer lists of available resources and to provide referrals.

- Diocesan News
During Respect Life Month, we renew our understanding and commitment to the gospel of Jesus as the gospel of life, the saving message that gives life and hope to the human person.

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St. Paul explained to us how Jesus revealed his power through humility. He humbly assumed our human nature and then purified our human nature by his obedience to the Father. “He humbled himself, becoming obedient to the point of death, even death on a cross.” This is a wonderful paradox. By his humble, human obedience Jesus revealed the glory of his divinity. “Because of this – Jesus’ humble obedience – God greatly exalted him.” The Lord’s humiliating obedience on the cross manifested his glory as the beloved son of God the Father. Jesus’ example not only showed us the way; by following Jesus in his obedience to the Father we become, even now, the glorious sons and daughters of God.

- Diocesan News

Regarding statements of the Holy Father in a recently released documentary, official Church teaching is not changed by a recorded conversation with the Holy Father.

The teachings of the Catholic Church regarding traditional marriage continue because it reflects the reality about the unique character of the union of a man and a woman.

The Catholic Church’s teaching regarding the respect and care for those with same sex attractions also continues because in God’s eyes we are all His children.

We must continue to live the truth in love (Eph. 4.15).

Quoting from Pope Francis’s Apostolic Exhortation, Amoris Laetitia, 2016:  “We need to acknowledge the great variety of family situations that can offer a certain stability, but de facto or same-sex unions, for example, may not simply be equated with marriage.” (AL, 52)

- Your Stories
The Gabriel Project offers women in crisis pregnancies emotional, spiritual and financial support.

Years ago, Mike and Anne Ronco discovered the opportunity they were seeking to help pregnant women in need. They discovered the Gabriel Project, which lets mothers who face difficulties know they are not alone in bringing their child into the world by offering confidential services to women in crisis pregnancies. The ministry has consumed much of their lives for the past 25 years.

Begun in 1990 at a parish in Houston, churches involved with the Gabriel Project function as “angels” to provide a variety of assistance, including baby clothing, car seats and strollers; transportation to and from doctors’ offices; emotional and spiritual support; financial and employment assistance; housing; and prayers. They work closely with pro-life pregnancy centers through a geographical area that offer lists of available resources and to provide referrals.

- Diocesan News
During Respect Life Month, we renew our understanding and commitment to the gospel of Jesus as the gospel of life, the saving message that gives life and hope to the human person.

Para español, haga clic aquí.

St. Paul explained to us how Jesus revealed his power through humility. He humbly assumed our human nature and then purified our human nature by his obedience to the Father. “He humbled himself, becoming obedient to the point of death, even death on a cross.” This is a wonderful paradox. By his humble, human obedience Jesus revealed the glory of his divinity. “Because of this – Jesus’ humble obedience – God greatly exalted him.” The Lord’s humiliating obedience on the cross manifested his glory as the beloved son of God the Father. Jesus’ example not only showed us the way; by following Jesus in his obedience to the Father we become, even now, the glorious sons and daughters of God.

News & Events | Around the Diocese

- Announcement
It should no surprise that scammers are leveraging the COVID-19 pandemic as a means of attracting victims.

- Your Stories
Bishop Gallegos Maternity Home provides hope for homeless pregnant women

- Nation-World
The Gospel of Life provides a blueprint for building a culture of life and civilization of love.

- Diocesan News
In the cover story, Eliza Cobos shares her powerful passage to healing after abortion

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