The same kind of grand organ music that regularly fills Westminster Abbey can be heard at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church on Wednesday evening.
The San Antonio Symphony’s final concerts will open with “Eine kleine Nachtmusik,” followed by Mozart’s symphonies No. 39 and No. 41.
The gnarled, forged steel Sherron and Guy Bodine Gates were installed at the entrance of the Witte Museum last week.
The Blue Note Ringos, a local Beatles tribute band, re-enacted the Beatles’ iconic rooftop performance on Jan. 30, 1969 at Sanchos Cantina y Cocina Saturday.
Jack Judson died on Jan. 11 at age 89 after a long battle with cancer during which he continued his personal and civic activities.
The first few concerts of the sixth annual San Antonio Symphony’s Mozart Festival have been near sell-outs.
Chandoha’s energy and drive have benefitted all San Antonians and visitors who love the missions.
Faithful devotees of the beloved archbishop sang, genuflected, and repeated prayers while watching a simulcast on large video screens at Main Plaza Tuesday.
Support, love, and encouragement were the basis of the lifelong ministry of Patricio “Patrick” Fernandez Flores, more than one colleague of Flores has said.
Devoted followers of Archbishop Emeritus “Patrick” Flores will celebrate his life and legacy with a variety of services Monday and Tuesday.