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Clear Vision in Challenging Times Message at Hispanic Conference

Clear Vision in Challenging Times Message at Hispanic Conference

Written by Paulette E. Martin on

Nearly 250 Episcopalians attended the Hispanic Lay Leadership Conference June 15-16 at Camp Allen, the Diocese of Texas’ camp and conference center north of Houston. The lay leadership conference, in its fourth year, is an invitation only gathering hosted by the diocesan Commission on Hispanic...

Hispanic Ministry Grows in West Houston

Hispanic Ministry Grows in West Houston

Written by Karla Goolsby on

Mission and ministry among a growing Hispanic demographic is a focal point for many Episcopal dioceses, including the Episcopal Diocese of Texas. As the Diocese continues to connect proactively with people in a widening variety of contexts, missional leaders focused on the west side of Houston...

Texas Bar Foundation Honors Proyecto Santiago

Texas Bar Foundation Honors Proyecto Santiago

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The grant will enable Proyecto Santiago to provide a bi-monthly Sunday afternoon bilingual legal forum with pro bono attorneys and paralegals at Norman elementary on Austin’s eastside for parents and community members on topics such as the rights of immigrants, interacting appropriately with...

Harvey Recovery Efforts Is Priority for Holy Trinity Leaders

Harvey Recovery Efforts Is Priority for Holy Trinity Leaders

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Leaders at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Dickinson are in it for the long haul when it comes to Hurricane Harvey Recovery efforts. With more than 20-thousand homes affected following Harvey’s catastrophic rain, there is plenty of work to be done in the Galveston County coastal cities.

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