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Diocesan News

What does it mean to truly have an encounter with Christ? The Annual Diocesan Conference (brought to you by the Diocese of Laredo) is just the place to learn how to dive into the august mystery of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist.

Congratulations on celebrating your 25th or 50th Wedding Anniversary!

The mission of the Pastoral Institute of the Diocese of Laredo is to "make disciples" (Mt 28:19) by making the Catholic faith known, loved and lived among adults and young adults by helping them to become true disciples of Jesus Christ through leadership and faith formation opportunities. In the photo gallery below, please find flyers for all our courses offered this Spring.

The Diocese of Laredo Youth Ministry Office invites you!

Saturday, January 26, 2019: A day fill with a spiritual journey inspired by Pope St John Paul the II founder of the world youth day reunion.

UPDATED Event planner:

7:30 am: Light refreshments at St. John Neumann

8:00 am: Start a pilgrimage walk to Saint Augustine High School Gym, distance is about 3.1 miles and 1 hour 10 minutes’ walk. Giving time that to all the pilgrims arrive to the hosting parish.

National Catholic Schools Week 2019 (CSW) will be observed in dioceses around the country January 27–February 2. This year’s theme, “Catholic Schools: Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed.,” focuses on the important spiritual, academic and societal contributions provided by a Catholic education firmly rooted in the Truth of the Gospel.

The Diocese of Laredo, through the Catholic Schools Office, supports the academic excellence and quality information in faith, morals and personal development of every student in our six elementary/middle school campuses and one high school. The Diocese of Laredo desires that each of its Catholic Schools remains vibrant and fiscally solvent.  

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