The final document for the North American phase of the 2021-2024 Synod on Synodality was released April 12, capturing a process of dialogue and discernment that two participants described as 'messy,' 'joyful' and unifying -- like the synod itself.
Estamos viviendo un momento histórico de Avivamiento Eucarístico en la Iglesia Católica en los Estados Unidos. Dios está obrando en la renovación de la iglesia reavivando nuestra devoción a él a través de la Eucaristía. Cuando una persona experimenta un renacimiento de la fe, a menudo conduce a la conversión y al arrepentimiento de los caminos pecaminosos. Creo que uno de los efectos de nuestro Avivamiento Eucarístico Nacional será un aumento en el uso del sacramento de la penitencia, también conocido como confesión
We are living in a historic moment of Eucharistic Revival in the Catholic Church in the United States. God is at work renewing the church by rekindling our devotion to him through the Eucharist. When a person experiences a revival of faith, it often leads to conversion and repentance from sinful ways. I believe that one of the effects of our National Eucharistic Revival will be an increase in the use of the sacrament of penance, also known as confession.
(OSV News) -- The experience of the sacrament of penance in the Roman rite will be slightly different this Lent, thanks to approved changes in the English translation set to take effect in a few weeks.
On Jan. 16, the Catholic Diocese of San Angelo hosted an ecumenical celebration of the life of Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) organized by the MLK Committee, a standing committee that promotes social justice and the spiritual values of Dr. King.
National Celebrate Catholic Schools Week is Jan. 30-Feb. 4, 2023. I am very proud of our four Catholic schools in the Diocese of San Angelo: Angelo Catholic School in San Angelo, St. Mary’s Central Catholic School in Odessa, St. Ann’s Catholic School in Midland, and Holy Cross Catholic High School in Midland-Odessa.
The Legion of Mary prayed the rosary inside the Cathedral Church of the Sacred Heart Jan. 23, while Bishop Michael Sis, Deacon Erick Morgado, and an honor guard of the Knights of Columbus led faithful bundled against the cold wind in an outdoor rosary procession in downtown San Angelo. The prayers and procession, offered on the historic date of the Supreme Court’s Roe vs. Wade decision legalizing abortion nationwide, was preamble to the diocesan Mass for Life celebrated by Bishop Sis in the cathedral.