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Pentecost Sunday: 15 May 2016

Reading 1 – Acts 2:1-11 When the time for Pentecost was fulfilled, they were all in one place together. And suddenly there came from the sky a noise like a strong driving wind, and it filled the entire house in which they were. Then there appeared to

Mass Intentions: 14-20 May 2016

Sat May 14 4:00 PM Camille Stout + Sun May 15 9:30 AM Delia Carvajal + 11:30 AM Intentions of David and Michael Maliakel Mon May 16 11:40 AM Intentions of Peter De Leon 12:15 PM Juan Carlos Zavala + Tue May 17 11:40 AM Intentions of

Project Joseph: Healing after Abortion Ministry

“The grief with the involvement of abortion cannot be reasoned away; it must be treated and allowed by the grace of God to be healed. It is one wound that you cannot heal yourself. You must seek help! That is why Project Joseph is so very important.

May: The Month of Mary

The Christian custom of dedicating the month of May to the Blessed Virgin Mary arose at the end of the 13th century. In this way, the Church was able to Christianize the secular festivals, which were taking place around that time. In the 16th century, books appeared

UPDATE: Ecuador Earthquake Relief Efforts

Last week, Catholic Charities of Dallas and the Latin Diversity Network of American Airlines rapidly responded to the urgent needs of the victims of the recent earthquake in Ecuador. Materials were collected at their Marillac Center and went out late Thursday to be shipped. Both organizations had

Happy Mother’s Day

Today is a day of opportunity. It is a day when we can thank God for all of the love and for the many acts of kindness, He has bestowed on us through our mother. Mothers are special. They gave us life. Let us remember to say