Rose Williams, 90, is one of less than a dozen Holocaust survivors remaining in the San Antonio area, and one who can still speak about her experience.
Holiday traditions – whether culinary, religious, decorative, or musical – help families bond and people feel stable and content.
In the United States, Hanukkah has become a big deal in no small part because of Christmas.
Mission Concepción will host hundreds of Matachine dancers and spectators from San Antonio and South Texas on Sunday, Dec. 3 at 2 p.m.
Students in a creative writing class at Our Lady of the Lake University share personal essays about the Sutherland Springs shootings of Nov. 5
Seven days after a gunman opened fire on worshipers at First Baptist, a congregation of about 50 – before 26 were slain – had multiplied to more than 500.
San Antonio roofing company executive Brad Beldon on Wednesday announced plans to build a new place of worship for Sutherland Springs residents.
Hundreds gathered in Sutherland Springs Monday to memorialize the 26 lives taken during a Sunday service inside the small community’s First Baptist Church.
In the aftermath of the Sutherland Springs church shooting, faith leaders focused not just on their worshipers’ spiritual needs but their physical safety.
Christian Assistance Ministries has been working to bring a different kind of light to its corner of downtown by forming the McCullough Avenue Consortium.