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  • Celebration of Matrimony

    WEDDING ANNIVERSARY MASS
    Archbishop Joseph Kurtz warmly invites couples celebrating their
    30, 40, 50, 60 & 60 plus years wedding anniversary in 2017 to join others in the Archdiocese for a Mass
    of Thanksgiving.
    Cathedral of the Assumption,
    433 So. Fifth Street
    Sunday, October 22 at 2:00 p.m.  Family members are also invited to the celebration.
     
    Each couple will receive a certificate commemorating the occasion. 
     
    Registration is required, forms can be picked up at the Parish Office.  
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  • Hurricane Harvey 

    How to help Hurricane Harvey victims


    Our hearts and prayers go out to the 150+ eCatholic parishes, schools, dioceses, and ministries that have been directly impacted by flooding, wind damage, and power outages wrought by Hurricane Harvey.

    As just one example, St. Ignatius Parish in Spring, TX is completely flooded. Fr. Norbert shared this video on Facebook which demonstrates the magnitude of damage our eCatholic family is facing in South Texas.

    We reached out to the Archdiocese of Houston-Galveston, the Diocese of Victoria, and the Diocese of Corpus Christi to see how we can rally the entire eCatholic family to lend a hand. They've reported that monetary donations would be most helpful.

    Please join us in making a donation today: Diocese of Victoria
    https://www.victoriadiocese.org/donate-hurricane-relief

    Archdiocese of Houston/Galveston
    https://catholiccharities.org/donate-now-and-help-our-neighbors-recover-from-disaster/

    Diocese of Corpus Christi - Mail a donation to Catholic Charities of Corpus Christi, Inc., 1322 Comanche Street, Corpus Christi, Texas 78401
    We'd also like to say thanks to everyone who has reached out to us during Hurricane Harvey. Your prayers and support are very much appreciated. Our team members in College Station, Shiner, and Austin, TX are safe and well.

    Most importantly, please continue to pray for our eCatholic family in South Texas and all of those affected by Hurricane.