On Sunday, September 5, Calvary, Richmond, made the first of several drops of needed supplies for hurricane Ida victims in Thibodaux, LA.—a small town about an hour from New Orleans that was devastated by the hurricane. The parish partnered with Creekside Cares and the Bayou Boys in Needville...
“Solidarity” has long been the watchword of the U.S. labor movement. It represented not only unity within workers’ unions, but also signaled a community of support for workers by others in society, individuals and organizations (secular and religious).
St. Martin’s, Houston, celebrated the culmination of their $66 million “Building for the Ages” campaign with a weekend of blessings, fireworks, and fellowship. Included in the ambitious building projects are several new and renovated buildings, gardens, and stained-glass pieces.
Larry Adams-Thompson served in the Army for 27 years, beginning when he was drafted to the Vietnam War. After two years, he became an Army chaplain and then did civilian work before retiring from the military in 2007. served in the Army for 27 years, beginning when he was drafted to the Vietnam...
Wednesday, September 1, 2021, will be the next food distribution date for St. Thomas the Apostle, Nassau Bay, and the Galveston Food Bank. The Galveston Food Bank is closed on the first Saturday in September because of the Labor Day holiday.
TikTok, the video editing and streaming app on which mostly millennials and Generation Z share funny dance challenges, viral moments and memes, might be the last place you’d expect to find a 45-year-old priest evangelizing. But the Rev. David Peters isn’t your average priest, and his style of...
The Rev. Douglas Jon Tucker, 78, ended this earthly journey and entered into glory on August 3, 2021. This beloved priest, a/k/a Friar Tuck, was born September 6, 1942 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, the son of Robert John Tucker and Dorothy Spencer Tucker.
Representatives from St. James’, Austin, joined the movement to push for a federal voting rights legislation.