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May is Mary’s Month: The Scriptural Foundation for Marian Devotion

Through the lens of scripture, we address the following question: Why be devoted to Mary? [More]


Bishop Edward J. Burns Offers Condolences to Victims and Families of Manchester Terror Attack

Bishop Burns joins his brother bishops in the United States in offering condolences to the victims and families of the Manchester terror attack. [More]


Recent Clergy Assignments

The Office of the Chancellor has released the following clergy assignments. [More]


Pope: Jesus' peace is real and not the world’s anesthetized peace

True peace is not man-made but a gift of the Holy Spirit. [More]


Heroic Mothers in the Bible

These are the mothers of the Bible who through their motherhood have contributed to the founding and building of the Church. [More]


A Brief History of Our Lady of Fatima

This year, the Catholic Church celebrates the 100-year anniversary of the events at the Cova da Iria area of Fatima, Portugal, witnessed by three shepherd children who reported that they saw visions of Mary beginning on May 13, 1917, and then again on the 13th day of five subsequent months. [More]


Bishop Burns disappointed by House passage of SB 4, “Anti-Sanctuary Cities” legislation

Bishop Edward J. Burns is disappointed by the Texas House’s vote to pass SB 4, stating "I pray that all people of goodwill will see immigrants in our community as beloved children of God." [More]


Statement from Bishop Edward Burns on the Holy Father’s Trip to Egypt - April 28 & 29

In his first international trip of the year, Pope Francis will be traveling to Cairo, Egypt on April 28 and 29, with the itinerary focusing on inter-faith dialogue, especially in hopes of combatting violence and Christian persecution in the area. [More]