Updated: Clarification follows Twitter posts Monday in which the archbishop pleaded with the president to “Please stop racism. Please stop hatred.”
Sister Christine Stephens, a COPS/Metro Alliance leader, died July 18 following complications from a stroke. She was 78.
The Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word gathered in solidarity with a protest in Washington, D.C., decrying the detention of migrant children.
Call To Action is committed to LGBTQ equality, women’s ordination, racial justice, and lay empowerment in the Roman Catholic Church.
Father David Garcia is often celebrated for his fundraising skills. But he takes pride in his organizing and priestly accomplishments as well.
Albert Gonzales, president of the San Antonio chapter of the Barbarian Motorcycle Ministry, found a life of faith after being involved in crime.
Known to many as “Father David,” Garcia served in ministry in San Antonio for 44 years, most recently as pastor of the active parish at Mission Concepción.
“Let’s start out by saying we don’t want to die alone,” the Blue Skies resident told others. “Let’s make sure our friends aren’t alone either.”
More than 300 church and community members gathered Sunday morning to worship, pray, remember the shooting victims and to dedicate the new building.
Oscar Stewart, who spent much of his youth in San Antonio, chased the shooter and saved lives at a suburban San Diego synagogue in April.
Max Lucado said that discrimination and abuse are unacceptable for those who claim to be Christian.