12-year-old Jake Clendening of St. Andrew's, Pearland asked that some of his Christmas present money go to helping him take care of the homeless this year.
In a year of extraordinary natural disasters – tornadoes, fires, floods and earthquakes – Episcopalians are reaching out nationally and internationally through prayer, financial assistance and “boots on the ground” relief, recovery and rebuilding efforts, and are forging creative partnerships in...
On Sunday, January 1, 2012, the Roman Catholic Church officially established the equivalent of a nationwide diocese in the United States for Anglican and Episcopal priests and parishes who wish to become Roman Catholic.
In 2007 Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Port Neches began participating in The Angel Tree Project, a program that organizes gift giving for the children of incarcerated parents.
On Sunday, December 10, for the first time, St. Christopher's Episcopal Church Women broke with tradition and held their annual Christmas Tea at their Thrift Shop.
I’m very glad to have a small role in a new project: The Bible Challenge.
Making a Difference: This is the sixth in a series of profiles on Houston-area residents improving their communities.
Every year thousands of people flee their homelands to escape the threat of violence and persecution.