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Chief of Staff as New Canon to the Ordinary

Chief of Staff as New Canon to the Ordinary

Written by Paulette E. Martin on

Bishop Andy Doyle announced today the appointment of the Rev. Canon Christine M. Faulstich, chief of staff, as his new Canon to the Ordinary of The Episcopal Diocese of Texas, effective March 15, 2019.

170th Council Moves Forward with Diocesan Vision

170th Council Moves Forward with Diocesan Vision

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The 170th Diocesan Council of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas held its annual gathering in The Woodlands, Texas, on February 21-23, 2019. During this time, over 600 Texas Episcopalians met to vote for a new Bishop Suffragan, elect members to diocesan boards, celebrate Bishop Dena Harrison, attend...

Summer Camp with a Difference

Summer Camp with a Difference

Written by Harold Gordon and Jack Karn on

Each summer at Camp Allen these experiences come to life in the many great programs offered by the Episcopal Diocese of Texas. In focus are the ones offered by Jerusalem Peacebuilders (JPB), a unique nonprofit ministry that works to promote peace by cultivating understanding and mutual respect...

St. Vincent’s House Set to Celebrate MLK Day Jan. 21

St. Vincent’s House Set to Celebrate MLK Day Jan. 21

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St. Vincent’s House will host its annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Unity Prayer Circle from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Monday, Jan. 21, in the SVH courtyard at 2817 Alfreda Houston Place (Postoffice Street) in Galveston. In case of inclement weather, the event will be held indoors, downstairs at SVH.

Foundations Align Grants With Vision For Growth

Foundations Align Grants With Vision For Growth

Written by Carol E. Barnwell on

Ministry in the Diocese of Texas has benefited from the generosity and foresight of many people. In 1950, when Bishop Clinton Quin first sought funding for St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital in the Texas Medical Center, he went to Houston oilman Roy Cullen and asked for a million dollars. Cullen...

Recovery Takes a Village and a Long Time

Recovery Takes a Village and a Long Time

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At the end of 2018, thousands continue to live in mold-filled, unsafe homes, many with no basic utilities. “There are families still living in flooded homes that have not been mucked out,” said Debbie Allensworth, associate at St. Andrew’s, Pearland. Without the Church’s bold leadership and...

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