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On the weekend of Divine Mercy Sunday, The Diocese of Laredo invites you to learn how Scripture calls each of us to be disciples and witnesses of God's love. This event gives us the wonderful opportunity to celebrate the faith-filled weekend.

Let us come together to unite our diocesan community.

Most Reverend Bishop James A. Tamayo joins his brother bishops in support of this statement

El Reverendísimo Obispo James A. Tamayo se une a sus hermanos obispos en apoyo de esta declaración

AUSTIN — The Catholic bishops of Texas express their deep sadness for the loss of life at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, on Sunday. Their full statement follows:

Our hearts ache for those suffering from the terrible loss of life at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs on Nov. 5. We open our hands and hearts for these families in this moment of terrible tragedy.  We should all fall on our knees in prayer in this moment of disaster.

I am sincerely pleased and grateful that Rosa Maria Hernandez has been released and united with her parents.

With deep concern for her well-being, we continue to offer prayers for the unity of her family, the full recovery of her health, and a positive outcome to this situation.

I would like to thank Catholic Charities – Diocese of Laredo, for the pastoral concern and care they provided.

Catholic Charities-Diocese of Laredo and the Missionaries of Divine Mercy from the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston invites everyone to the 9th annual Medical Mission.

Free medical, dental, and vision services will be offered by professional doctors at San Luis Rey Church in the parish Hall, 3502 Sanders Ave.

November 6th-9th from 8am to 5pm and November 10th from 8am to 12pm.

Mass, healing services, and confessions take place on: