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.
When I was appointed to City Council in December 2014, one of the first things I did to get to know my new Council colleagues and to wish them a Merry Christmas was to give them a copy of the book Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach.
Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller led the Feast of Corpus Christi Eucharistic Procession on Sunday after a noon Mass that packed San Fernando Cathedral in downtown San Antonio.
San Antonians turned out in force to bid farewell to Tejano legend Emilio at a funeral Mass at historic San Fernando Cathedral.
As I arrived to Milam Park on Friday morning, I overheard a father tell his son: “If it gets too intense you can come here to the playground okay?”
Sunday is the busiest day of the week of San Fernando Cathedral where morning Mass is offered in English and Spanish and is broadcast throughout the Americas, but the wooden pews were filled to capacity again Sunday evening, this time for the San Antonio Symphony.
There are at least four good reasons to step out of your weekend routine to attend the Sunday evening performance of the San Antonio Symphony at San Fernando Cathedral.