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The Pastoral Institute will be offering courses in the Fall 2019. Please take the time to pray and consider this opportunity that our Mother Church is giving us. If interested, please do not hesitate to call and ask for further questions: Jesus Zenteno (956)-727-2140

You can Pre-Register, there is NO penalty for cancellation. Filling out Registration Forms and Payments are done on the first day of the course. 

Next Sunday is the World Day of Migrants and Refugees. Pope Francis has asked us to pray for our brothers and sisters who find themselves needing to leave their home country due to conditions that either endanger them or do not allow for basic human needs. As you know, many lose their lives each year in these attempts at a more dignified life. Our Bishop James Tamayo will celebrate Holy Mass on Saturday September 28 at 10AM at Tres Laredos Park, (1300 Pedregal St, Laredo, TX 78040) situated along the banks of the Rio Grande near the Laredo Outlet Mall. Please consider praying with us.

This year the Consulate of Mexico in Laredo has recognized Catholic Charities, a ministry of the Diocese of Laredo with the Ohtli Award.

Catholic Charities is being recognized for its work and commitment to the migrant community. Consul Juan Carlos Mendoza Sanchez will make the presentation, during the commemoration of the 209th Anniversary of the beginning of the fight for Mexico’s Independence at San Agustin Plaza on September 13, 2019 at 7:00 pm.

35 years after its original release in theaters, the classic Academy Award nominee and restored by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, will be screened in more than 200 cinemas to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month.  "El Norte", the epic and acclaimed masterpiece about dreams of immigrants from Central America and the promise of America, will return to theaters in certain regions this September at a special presentation just a day to celebrate its 35th anniversary, brought by Fathom Events and world leader Lionsgate content. Directed by Gregory

FAMILY LIFE OFFICE: Two new activities are being introduced this year to invite high school students to deepen their understanding of our God-given human dignity and the respect for human life as they deal with their daily decisions. Inspired by the theme unveiled by the USCCB this summer, our theme will be: Christ is our hope, for our lifetime! An art contest will also be open, as we do every year, for children and youth, 1st grade through high school in the Diocese of Laredo.

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