With a comb, a pair of scissors, and commitment to love and serve, Barbara Goodson and her team offer a modern-day type of foot washing to thousands of the homeless and dying, those just out of prison and others moving through recovery.
With many others around the world, the Episcopal Diocese of Texas mourns the deaths of those six persons killed in the plane crash outside of Kerrville yesterday.
Waco resident Emery Cruz is closer to having a garden of her own with help from free gardening classes at the Community Gathering Space, a shared green space on Colcord Avenue developed by the Family Health Center.
A fifth Sunday for Christ Church, Cedar Park doesn’t just mean another day of worship within the walls of the church, it signifies a day of mission in action.
March 31 is the birthday of César Chávez, the farm labor leader who dedicated his life to improving the wages and working conditions of agricultural workers, one of the country’s poorest and most exploited groups of laborers. It is also one of the most ethnically and racially identifiable...
Habitantes de zonas cercanas a la planta petroquímica en llamas dicen que ya están presentando quebrantos de salud
People from different faiths and religious backgrounds came together for a vigil in support of the Muslim community here and around the world.
It’s no secret that Houston is one of the country’s most diverse cities embracing a wide variety of different cultures, ethnicities and food. The same can be said for religion. To celebrate and study the richness of Houston’s faith community, the Archaeological Institute of...