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Thank you to everyone who prayed, sent messages and upheld the principle of the sacredness of all human life. We are grateful for your witness!

Governor’s decision to stop execution an example of restorative justice.

To view the Annual Diocesan Financial Report as a PDF, click here. Otherwise, you can view from the gallery below. 

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ:

Bishop James A. Tamayo joins his brother bishops in the following statement in support of the Day of Prayer and Fasting for Peace as encouraged by our Holy Father, Pope Francis.

February 14, 2018

Update: Bishops express gratitude for clemency for Thomas Whitaker! 

Bishop James A. Tamayo joins his brother bishops of Texas in this sensitive and timely matter that requires immediate action. 

It’s that time of year again – an intense time for almsgiving, fasting, and prayer.

As Catholics, we follow Jesus into the desert to listen to God’s call, with the honest intention to respond to his abundant love for us. During Lent, we hope to increase our holiness and revolutionize our lives to be better disciples of Christ.

St. Peter's Memorial School is currently enrolling

Students for K3 - 8th grades for this Spring Semester 2018 and for the 2018-2019 school year. 

Registration began February 5, 2018 but is still on-going.