Month: November 2021
Catholic Charities opens Counseling Office in Southeast San Antonio
Catholic Charities held a grand opening ceremony for its dedicated counseling site, Grace Counseling, on November 21 at the facility at 2911 S. New Braunfels. Leadership from the agency, the Archdiocese of San Antonio, the City of San Antonio, and other dignitaries were on site for a ribbon cutting, blessing, and tour.
Guadalupe Community Center feeds the community for Thanksgiving
Catholic Charities, with the help of friends at The RK Group, RK Cares, and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, once again distributed over 600 Thanksgiving meals with frozen turkeys or hams and all of the sides on November 22 at Guadalupe Community Center.
University of the Incarnate Word agrees to join Western Athletic Conference
The University of the Incarnate Word (UIW) has announced that it has accepted an invitation to become a part of the Western Athletic Conference (WAC). UIW will join the WAC beginning July 1, 2022.
St. Mary’s University commits to Pope Francis’ ecological efforts
St. Mary’s University is the first university in Texas among a global cohort of more than 100 universities to join Pope Francis’ seven-year action plan to implement environmental sustainability measures.
Place your trust in God, Archbishop Gustavo tells seminarians and their families
Seminarian Family Day in the archdiocese was celebrated at Holy Trinity Church on November 13, the feast of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini.
UIW’s Light the Way Holiday Festival is back!
UIW’s annual celebration, the 35th Annual Light the Way Holiday Festival sponsored by H-E-B, was held November 20.
Vocation promoters meet at seminary
Lay vocation promoters from around the archdiocese met with Auxiliary Bishop Gary Janak and the archdiocesan Vocation Office team on November 20 at Assumption Seminary.
Standing up as witnesses for the Lord
Young adults and their families participated in a festive encounter centered on Jesus Christ at World Youth Day San Antonio (WYDSA) 2021 on November 20.
Report: Pope Francis could bring 50 migrants from Cyprus to Italy
November 30, 2021
Pope Francis could reportedly help to bring up to 50 migrants to Italy as part of his trip to Cyprus and Greece this week.
Immaculate Conception: Pope Francis cancels public act of veneration again due to pandemic
November 29, 2021
For the second year in a row, Pope Francis has canceled the Roman tradition of a public gathering at the Spanish Steps on Dec. 8 to venerate a statue of the Immaculate Conception due to the COVID-19 pandemic.