Statement of Archbishop Gustavo regarding shooting in Buffalo
Regarding the senseless and tragic murder of 10 individuals and the wounding of three others in a Buffalo supermarket the afternoon of May 14, we profoundly regret the loss of life and pray for all concerned. We remain steadfastly opposed to all forms of racism.
God cares passionately for His people, archbishop tells those assembled for Our Lady of Guadalupe l
A longtime San Antonio tradition, the Our Lady of Guadalupe midnight Mass at San Fernando Cathedral, again saw a full sanctuary on December 12, and while the large serenata celebration usually held just prior was pre-taped this year, matachines and drummers insured that music and dance were still part of the festivities.
‘We need God’s light,’ San Antonio prelate says at Christmas Eve midnight Mass
The birth of the Prince of Peace was celebrated at the Nativity of the Lord on December 25 at San Fernando Cathedral during a midnight Mass celebrated by Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller, MSpS, in which the San Antonio prelate wished everyone a Merry Christmas
Priests from Congo to be assigned in archdiocese
Two newly arrived Congolese priests recently met with Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller, MSpS, in late December. They are Father Albert Toangutu Tomeka, left, and Father Donatien Egamwana Balikene
Support and encouragement provided for families
Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller, MSpS, celebrated Mass at Guadalupe Home with its mothers and babies as well as the organization’s Board of Advisors on December 12 to open the holidays with faith and move.
Trees and treats bring holiday cheer
Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller, MSpS, visited The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio on December 14 to bless Christmas trees that were decorated by associates before they were collected by Catholic Charities and distributed to local families.
Archdiocesan attendees set ‘Ablaze’ by Holy Spirit at National Catholic Youth Conference
More than 10,000 young people, including close to 100 from the Archdiocese of San Antonio, gathered last month in Indianapolis for an experience of faith and community in the name of Christ. The event was the National Catholic Youth Conference, hosted by the National Federation of Catholic Youth Ministry.