Hosted by a local organizing committee, the National Assembly of Filipino Priests is held every three years by the National Association of Filipino Priests of the U.S. and Canada. Despite concerns following Harvey, plans came together to have the assembly in Houston Nov. 7-10. It drew 330 Filipino priests and countless volunteers.
HOUSTON (CNS) -- Part reunion, part crash course in Catholic teaching and navigating the current political climate both in the U.S. and back home in the Philippines, and part celebration of all things Texas, a national assembly for Filipino priests brought faith and culture full circle in Houston. Hosted by a local organizing committee, the National Assembly of Filipino Priests is held every three years by the National Association of Filipino Priests of the U.S. and Canada.
November 10, 2017 // National After Harvey, faith fuels Houston fans; team wins World Series By James Ramos HOUSTON (CNS) — Baseball bats and rosary beads were the only thing on Tonya Killian’s mind as she walked toward Minute Maid Park for Game 3 of the 2017 World Series. A longtime Houston Astros fan and parishioner at Mary Queen Catholic Church in Friendswood, Killian was on a mission to buy rosaries custom made for the World Series by members of Annunciation Catholic Church. Her Hail Mary...
Supervisor James Ramos and staff prepared fun stockings to give to youth at Our House, a non-profit organization that focuses on helping provide shelter services to youth ages 11-17. This is the only center of its kind in @SBCounty. https://t.co/xeM2hHxNy0
At this weekend's #GiftofLove event Fire Chief Ryan Gallagher convinced Supervisor Ramos to climb to the top of the ladder!
105’ up in the air.
First Supervisor to climb to the top! Who's next? https://t.co/HiifyHfp2o
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Selecting a term
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