To all who have ears to hear, the Rev. Jim Liberatore proclaims, “Harvey recovery is not over!” Two years after Hurricane Harvey stormed into Texas, tens of thousands of families in our region have not yet found their way back home.
A group of deacons and parishioners from the Diocese of Texas embarked on a learning and service pilgrimage trip in late July to San Antonio, McAllen, and Brownsville, Texas. Following a July diocesan-wide donation drive for clothing, shoes, baby formula and toiletries, we were intent on seeing...
The Rev. Canon Joseph M.C. Chambers, canon to the ordinary of the Episcopal Diocese of Missouri has been named the new Chief of Staff for the Diocese of Texas, the Bishop announced July 8. In his new position, Chambers will support Bishop Andy Doyle’s work, amplifying the vision of the Diocese...
Bishops of all six Episcopal dioceses in Texas issue a joint statement decrying the inhumane conditions at our country’s borders. They call on state and national leaders to take action.
Emiten los obispos de las seis diócesis de Texas una declaración colaborativa lamentando las condiciones inhumanas en las fronteras de nuestro país. Llaman a los líderes nacionales y estatales a tomar acción.
El Buen Samaritano, a nonprofit and outreach ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas, is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Rosamaria Murillo as its executive director starting July 15. Murillo is a recognized public health advocate who has vast experience in public policy, higher...
Following the celebration of the 100 graduates of the Iona School for Ministry, 10 new deacons were ordained at Christ Church Cathedral, Houston, Saturday, June 22.
“We are on the right path,” assured the Rt. Rev. Hector Monterroso, bishop assistant of the Diocese of Texas to the nearly 265 Episcopalians who participated in the Hispanic Lay Leadership Conference June 14-15 at Camp Allen.