The Archdiocese of San Antonio released a list of priests credibly accused of abuse Thursday, based on records going back to 1940.
It’s a Monday tradition in the South to put on a pot of red beans. For local restaurants, helping the San Antonio Food Bank is another tradition.
SA2020’s annual report shows San Antonio is on track to meet or exceed most of the goals the community set for citywide prosperity by 2020.
Call To Action is committed to LGBTQ equality, women’s ordination, racial justice, and lay empowerment in the Roman Catholic Church.
Thousands of people filled the streets of San Antonio’s historically black East Side on Monday to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr.
Bishop Alfred Norris, of Atlanta, on Sunday delivered a powerful sermon reflecting on the more uncomfortable aspects of King’s ministry.
This signature event is one of the most important ways in which San Antonians come together as a community to reject the ugly proposition that diversity is a weakness.
The march is a 2.75-mile walk through the historic East Side, starting at the Martin Luther King Jr. Academy and ending at Pittman Sullivan Park.
About 500 full-time employees, more than half of whom are blind or visually impaired, work at five Lighthouse facilities in South San Antonio.
The housing department plans to present a proposed displacement prevention and mitigation policy to City Council in February.
Even with common-sense solutions, the issue of border security cannot be addressed without addressing the need for immigration reform.