Devoted followers of Archbishop Emeritus “Patrick” Flores will celebrate his life and legacy with a variety of services Monday and Tuesday.
San Antonio’s fourth archbishop and the first Mexican-American bishop in the United States, died of pneumonia and congestive heart failure Monday.
Loewenberg, 65, will retire in February, completing a 38-year career caring for the elderly.
Fr. Clyde Rausch paints people and events of the Bible in his tidy studio overlooking the serene grounds at Oblate.
Jews typically recite blessings during this ritual and display the menorah in a window to remind others of the miracle that inspired the holiday.
The tradition of the matachines music, costumes, and movement has lived on for generations, with many San Antonio families dancing together through the years.
CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico — Seven months after Pope Francis made history by visiting this city once considered the deadliest in the Americas, pedestrians can still see a billboard celebrating his visit looming right across the border over downtown El Paso.
Two beams of light will converge inside Mission Concepción on the afternoon of Aug.
Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller is inviting San Antonio’s youth to join him on a pilgrimage from Mission Concepción to Mission San José Saturday morning for World Youth Day.
Well-known San Antonio institutions Seton Home and St.