by Carlos De La Rosa and Charles Silvas, Contributors
The possibility of becoming a priest has been on my heart since I was a young child. Growing up, I was very active at Our Lady of Perpetual Help parish and attended various youth events and served at the altar. I began to encounter many holy priests who shepherded me, my classmates, and my friends throughout this time – most evident when I started my studies at St. John Paul II, where many priests were on the faculty.
"Yo soy el pan de vida”. Estas palabas de Jesús son motivo de reflexión profunda principalmente en la temporada de Pascua. Porque ellas enfatizan un aspecto central de nuestra iniciación cristiana e incluso, de nuestro diario vivir como discípulos de Jesús. Sin embargo, estas palabras pueden parecer casi causales para muchos de los cristianos del siglo XXI.
La Solemnidad, también conocida como la Fiesta de Corpus Christi, comienza universalmente este año el jueves 3 de junio, y los católicos se reunirán una vez más como un solo cuerpo en la Catedral de Corpus Christi. La fiesta de Corpus Christi es una celebración de la presencia real de Cristo en la Santa Eucaristía.
The Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, also known as the Feast of Corpus Christi, begins universally this year on Thursday, June 3, and Catholics are once again invited to gather as one body at Corpus Christi Cathedral. The Feast of Corpus Christi is a celebration of the real presence of Christ in the holy Eucharist.
Half of all donations to the Catholic Communication Campaign collected in your diocese stay in your diocese to support your local communications needs, such as radio and television programming and diocesan publications.
Jaime Reyna, como Director de la Oficina del Ministerio Multicultural de la Diócesis de Corpus Christi, asistió a la reunión bianual de la Asociación Católica de Directores Diocesanos / Coordinadores del Ministerio Hispano de la Región 10 el 26 y 27 de abril en el Colegio Católico Mexicano Americano en San Antonio.
In serving the most vulnerable among us, Catholic Charities agencies across the state put their faith into action to help more than half a million Texans affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and the devastating winter storm during this past year. The faith-based agencies collectively provided help and hope by meeting essential needs for food, transportation, financial assistance, case management, and more.
Jaime Reyna, as Director for the Office of Multicultural Ministry for the Diocese of Corpus Christi, attended the Region 10 Catholic Association of Diocesan Directors/Coordinators of the Hispanic Ministry Biannual meeting on April 26 and 27 at the Mexican American Catholic College in San Antonio.
Fourth and fifth graders from Sacred Heart School in Rockport participated in Outdoor School at Camp Champions in Marble Falls. They took their first class called Teambuilding, where instructors taught the importance of Universal Respect in everything they do.