Chandoha’s energy and drive have benefitted all San Antonians and visitors who love the missions.
San Antonio’s fourth archbishop and the first Mexican-American bishop in the United States, died of pneumonia and congestive heart failure Monday.
John M. Donahue was one of the kindest people to grace San Antonio.
Temple Beth-El was filled Friday afternoon for the memorial service of William R. “Bill” Sinkin with family, friends, and colleagues from all sectors of San Antonio’s community.
As families prepare for holiday reunions and celebrations, San Antonio has been shaken by two senseless shootings, one taking the life of a promising young University of the Incarnate Word student and the other leaving a San Antonio police officer in critical condition with a bullet lodged in his brain.
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