The Galveston-Houston Province of the National Council of Catholic Women will hold its winter meeting this Saturday in Tyler, Cynthia McCoy, province director, has announced.
Registration begins at 8 a.m. at the Cathedral Center at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. The Province will conduct its business meeting at 9 a.m., followed by the keynote presentation. The lunch portion of the meeting also features a silent auction.
Mother Susan Catherine, foundress of the Daughters of Divine Hope, will deliver the keynote address, discussing the family as the heart of the New Evangelization.
A training session for all interested in participating in the annual Texas Catholic Conference Advocacy Day is scheduled for Feb. 28 at the Cathedral Center in Tyler, Fr. Nolan Lowry has announced.
The TCC Advocacy Day is a bi-annual rally at the Texas State Capitol hosted by the Texas Bishops to promote the Church’s values of Life, Justice, Charity, and Religious Freedom to members of the 84th Texas Legislature. The Bishops and event participants will address a broad range of diverse issues including abortion facilities regulation, advance directives reform, school choice tax credit scholarships, payday lending and Medicaid expansion.
Sacred Heart in Rusk will hold a four-night mission featuring Fr. Jewel Aytona of the Fathers of Mercy order, Fr. Juan Carlos Rivera has announced.
The mission will be held from February 1-4, with confessions and adoration beginning each evening at 6 p.m., followed by the mission presentation at 7 p.m. Sacred Heart is located at 760 South Main St. in Rusk, Texas.
The Diocesan Liturgical Commission is offering a two day workshop on Liturgical Music for Hispanic Choirs on April 17-18 at St. Peter Claver Catholic Church in Tyler.
The Friday evening session is designated for choir leaders, while the Saturday session is open to all choir members.
Jaime Cortez will lead the workshop.
On January 22 our nation will mark the 42nd anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that made abortion legal throughout the U.S.
Since that tragic decision, more than 56 million children’s lives have been lost to abortion, and many suffer that loss — often in silence.
Join the Diocese of Tyler and millions of Catholics across the country by coming together in prayer for a “culture of life” from Saturday, January 17 – Sunday, January 25.