As the Diocese of Texas continues an energetic response to relief efforts after Hurricane Harvey’s punishing rains, churches and volunteers from across the country have offered help. Within the diocese, congregations have sent teams to muck out homes and church buildings, helping both neighbors...
El Obispo Monterroso, Obispo Auxiliar de la Diócesis de Texas te invita a celebrar el Mes de la Herencia Hispana. Cuéntanos, ¿de dónde eres y cómo celebras tu cultura?
We stand with you, but not only we. The Lord who sacrificed His life for us all and was raised from the dead is with you. Remember that we are your brothers and sisters, and we’re in this together. The Lord bless you and keep you. The Lord make His face to shine upon you and be gracious to...
Wednesday update on response to Harvey in the Diocese of Texas.
The Rev. Sharron Cox, assistant rector at St. Paul’s, Waco, reflects on her time at All Saints, Smyrna, a church chronicled in the new movie All Saints.
Clergy from the US-based Episcopal Church joined other Christians leaders in Charlottesville, Virginia this weekend in a show of solidarity with members of minority communities. Priests from across the diocese of Virginia took part in the rally which was held to counter what became a deadly...
About two dozen people gathered Sunday night in Austin under a giant banner of stringing lights reading “Love” to honor the victims of a violence that left one dead and several injured in Charlottesville, Va., over the weekend.
For the first time, religious groups have filed court briefs against the so-called ‘sanctuary cities’ ban in Senate Bill 4, entering the fray in a lawsuit that seeks to prevent the implementation of the law that they say will harm their faith communities.