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A Call For Prayer And Unity In Response To Deadly Charlottesville Attack
We stand against the evil of racism, white supremacy and neo-nazism.

A Call For Prayer And Unity In Response To Deadly Charlottesville Attack

We stand against the evil of racism, white supremacy and neo-nazism.



Proclaiming the Queenship of Mary
Pope Pius XII established the feast of the Queenship of Mary in 1954, and is now celebrated on the octave day of the Assumption.

Proclaiming the Queenship of Mary

Pope Pius XII established the feast of the Queenship of Mary in 1954, and is now celebrated on the octave day of the Assumption.



St. Maximilian Kolbe – Martyr for Charity
The life of this modern-day saint, murdered in the Auschwitz death camps in 1941, reflects a powerful example of how to fight the evil of hate with the goodness of God.

St. Maximilian Kolbe – Martyr for Charity

The life of this modern-day saint, murdered in the Auschwitz death camps in 1941, reflects a powerful example of how to fight the evil of hate with the goodness of God.



Bishops express sympathy for trafficking victims found in San Antonio
Bishop Edward J. Burns of the Diocese of Dallas joins his brother bishops from around the state and country in expressing sympathy for the victims who were tragically killed in San Antonio overnight.

Bishops express sympathy for trafficking victims found in San Antonio

Bishop Edward J. Burns of the Diocese of Dallas joins his brother bishops from around the state and country in expressing sympathy for the victims who were tragically killed in San Antonio overnight.



Texas bishops disappointed by Texas attorney general’s request to terminate DACA
The Catholic bishops of Texas expressed disappointment in Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s movement to terminate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, forcing 117,000 young people to be deported from the United States.

Texas bishops disappointed by Texas attorney general’s request to terminate DACA

The Catholic bishops of Texas expressed disappointment in Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s movement to terminate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, forcing 117,000 young people to be deported from the United States.