El Buen Samaritano recently celebrated 25 years as an institution of the Episocpal Diocese of Texas with their Gala de Esperanza. Watch the video below to learn about all the wonderful services El Buen offers to the community.
Texas Health and Human Services' weekly column "Texas Health Matters" featured retired Episcopalian Chuck Kline of Austin.
Episcopalians across Texas will gather at Minute Maid Park on Friday, September 14 as the Houston Astros face the Philadelphia Phillies.
With the broadest and rich palette, Caroline Ratliff, captures light play on New Mexico’s landscape of ochre leaves and red mountains, cool blue streams and verdant evergreens. EDOT Gallery will exhibit her pieces through June and celebrate the opening on May 17 from 5-7 p.m.
The Board of Trustees of Seminary of the Southwest awarded honorary degrees to three leaders of the church at the seminary’s commencement yesterday.
The Intercultural Development Office of the Diocese of Texas hosted the Building Diverse Communities conference last weekend at Palmer, Houston.
El Buen Samaritano has been serving Austin since 1987, and recently the non-profit mission of the Diocese of Texas held their Gala de Esperanza in celebration of their continued work. El Buen, whose slogan is "a hand up, not a hand out," works to transform lives by engaging the...
In the December issue of Diolog Magazine, we told you about "Martin in the Narthex," a children's book written by the Rev. Dick Elwood, a retired priest in the Diocese of Texas. Now, the Houston Chronicle went deeper, telling the story of Riley Cohn, a young girl with Asberger's...