- Dec 10, 2019
The Diocese of Brownsville and a group of interfaith leaders in the Rio Grande Valley have introduced a “parish identification strategy” to provided members of parishes in the diocese a way to identify themselves to local law enforcement regardless of their legal status.
When Tropical Storm Imelda dumped more than 2 feet of rain on east Montgomery County Sept. 19, several feet of floodwater from the East Fork of the San Jacinto River and Cedar Bayou rushed through Huffman, Dayton and Crosby.
For Bishop Oscar Cantu of San Jose, California, the early August assault by a gunman who opened fire on El Pasoans and others doing weekend shopping at a Walmart in the border city this summer struck particularly deep.
Father T.J. Dolce used Facebook Live to tell the St. Martha parish and school community he leads as pastor that the “incessant rain” had indeed flooded their school again.
The FBI is offering a reward to help identify suspects in arson fires at three Catholic churches in the El Paso area.
A mass shooting in West Texas shows a “contempt for human life,” according to the president of the U.S. bishops’ conference.