The brutal murder of Deputy Darren Goforth in a Houston area gas station on August 31, along with thousands of other gun violence related deaths demands action for reform of our gun laws.
The Episcopal Health Foundation announced today it has approved $2.9 million to benefit 15 new grant partners working to transform community health. This is the second group of grants to be awarded by the Board of Directors under the Foundation’s strategic plan to transform the people...
February 2, 2015 – Houston, TX – February marks the beginning of Black History Month, a federally recognized, nation-wide celebration that provides the opportunity for all Americans to reflect on the significant roles that African Americans have played in the shaping of U.S. history. It is a...
Diocese of Texas officials said today that they believe that Israel Ahimbisibwe, his wife Dorcus and their youngest son, Israel Junior (Jay), age 5, to be the family news media have reported found dead at their home in west Houston Monday morning.
These days not many people can access the secure areas of maritime workplaces, but few places prove more difficult to get to than deepwater offshore oil and gas exploration and production facilities.
The Houston Chamber Choir offers a poignant reflection on the tragic cost of armed conflict, as well as a renewed call for world peace and understanding.
Bible Women: All Their Words and Why They Matter is a groundbreaking new book by Episcopal priest and award- winning author Lindsay Hardin Freeman, who presents fascinating and unexpected insights of the ninety-three women whose words are recorded in scripture.
The current Ebola crisis in Africa is of personal concern to the Rev. Johannes George, a native of Sierra Leone, one of the worst hit regions fighting the virus.