In the aftermath of the Sutherland Springs church shooting, faith leaders focused not just on their worshipers’ spiritual needs but their physical safety.
The Mass was filled with symbolism, song, lament, and an emotional, sometimes thunderous homily delivered by Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller.
Now celebrated for four consecutive years in San Antonio, the annual event is a Catholic celebration of the true presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist.
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.
The artifacts of the city’s Spanish-colonial buildings may resonate with those who struggle with the identity politics of our present political landscape.
Faithful devotees of the beloved archbishop sang, genuflected, and repeated prayers while watching a simulcast on large video screens at Main Plaza Tuesday.
Speaking before thousands at San Fernando Cathedral Tuesday, Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller delivered the homily for Archbishop Emeritus Flores.
When San Antonio celebrates the Tricentennial in 2018, the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word will have spent nearly half of those 300 years, or since 1869, as an integral part of the city’s history.
Hundreds of people packed San Fernando Cathedral on Labor Day to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Starr County Strike and March.
Very soon, San Antonio’s skyline will be getting a much anticipated addition.