A week earlier, white nationalists and neo-Nazis marching through the University of Virginia chanted “Jews will not replace us.”
San Antonio Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller said religious leaders are ready back immigrants despite the “sanctuary cities” law.
George Hernández of University Health System and Kevin Moriarty of Methodist Healthcare Ministries credit Catholic schools and faith for lives of service.
The cell tower shaped like a cross has received overwhelming opposition from the community.
Thursday’s unanimous vote further solidifies the cultural relevance of black neighborhoods that developed on the Eastside after the Civil War.
The Church is asking for “creative solutions” that could satisfy its need for more revenue and activity from its downtown properties.
The church’s members are committed to being tenants at KIPP, but also a pool of active volunteers for the school and the Southtown community.
Mayor Ivy Taylor was surprised to find herself the subject of a viral video featuring her answer to a question about the causes of poverty.
Tourism and hospitality workers are a pivotal part of the behind-the-scenes work that makes Fiesta come alive. Without them, Fiesta would not be possible.
Thousands of people gathered at Milam Park to see a bloodied Jesus carry a cross down Houston Street all the way to the San Fernando Cathedral.