It is the time of year when we turn our attention to preparing for the upcoming hurricane season. If needed the diocese will use Alert Media’s messaging features for emergency communications. Beginning May 14 we will test our emergency communications protocol.
Emmanuel means God is with us. This is a story of faithfulness through challenges and disappointments, outweighed only by perseverance and cohesiveness. Nearly rivaling any tragedy, it concludes with a joyful outcome. The Rev. Canon Joann Saylors reflects, “Rather than being destroyed by the...
Luis Rivas, Student Minister at St. Michael’s Episcopal Church, Austin, and his fiancée, Marie Chatfield, got married on Saturday, April 25, at noon. The wedding ceremony, which followed appropriate social distancing procedures, was livestreamed via Facebook Live and on the church’s website.
Today, St. Mark’s Richmond was pleased to make a very large donation of facial masks to several needy organizations. The masks were originally given to St. Mark’s thanks to Mask-It-On under the direction of Dr. Thomas Vu. Lou and Harris Cloninger had made the original contact with Dr. Vu. Lou...
Texas' rural health care system may not have the budgets to survive the coronavirus pandemic. 60 Minutes met with a few of the people trying to make sure rural communities still receive care.
Many Houstonians are receiving checks for $1,200 from the federal government and thousands are signing up for unemployment. But half a million people in the region won’t get a dime.
Mr. James Barron, who died on Easter day, April 12, 2020, was a naturally charismatic leader who was able to draw people to him and win them over to his way of progressive thinking.
Over the last few weeks, many Americans have been eagerly awaiting their stimulus payments from the CARES Act, meant to soften the economic blow of the COVID-19 outbreak. These funds are critical to those struggling with job loss, reduced wages, or unexpected expenses during this challenging time.