The Synod in the Archdiocese of San Antonio
The archdiocesan Synodal process will be conveyed and led by Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller, MSpS, in special gatherings of clergy and faithful to offer him assistance in setting the direction for the future of our local Church.
Bishops visit Respite Center
In late September the bishops of Texas were scheduled to attend their biannual meeting in San Antonio, but circumstances changed due to the passing of Bishop Emeritus Raymundo Peña of the Diocese of Brownsville.
How Texas Catholics pushed to expand support for mothers
In addition to two major pro-life bills, the Texas Catholic Conference has successfully pushed for better support for pregnant and postpartum mothers and their families. This reaffirms that pro-lifers care about women and families, and not only unborn children, says the conference’s executive director.
Abortion doctor from San Antonio sued under Texas abortion law
A Texas abortion doctor who said he performed an abortion in violation of a new state law was sued Monday by two non-Texas residents, in what appears to be the first legal action taken since the law took effect this month.
CTSA receives Lone Star Emmy nominations for broadcast excellence
Catholic Television of San Antonio (CTSA) was recognized as among the best broadcast entities in Texas as it received three 2021 Lone Star Emmy Award nominations on September 24.
Catholic Community Foundation has a new CEO/president
The Catholic Community Foundation has announced that Alison Cochrane has been appointed its new CEO/president. An experienced business leader, Alison succeeds Steve Oswald following his retirement. Cochrane previously retired from Zachry Group, where she served in various executive management, engineering and operations roles.