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Assumption Chapel at St. Mary’s University – San Antonio, TX

Join Angela Sealana and Robert Rodriguez for a local pilgrim journey to Assumption Chapel, an integral part of the history of St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas. Aside from learning about the architecture and sacred art within this sacred space, you will also learn about:

  • The Marianist presence in the Archdiocese of San Antonio
  • Marianist founder Blessed William Joseph Chaminade
  • The practical lessons to be gleaned from their spirituality

Jewel for the Journey:
Do not neglect prayer, however busy you may be.  Blessed William Joseph Chaminade

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Basilica of the Little Flower – San Antonio, TX

Do you have a devotion to St. Therese of Lisieux? How did San Antonio end up as the home of a national shrine to this modern day saint?

Take a local pilgrimage with Angela Sealana and Robert Rodriguez to a sacred place of exceptional historic significance. Hear the inspiring story of how this impressive monument got built and discover the treasures that lie within one of San Antonio’s most beautiful landmarks.

Jewel for the Journey
Love can accomplish all things. Things that are most impossible become easy where love is at work. – St. Therese of Lisieux

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Young Adults Today

Did you know that there are many active young adult Catholics? Young adult Catholics today are seeking the truth about God and the Church.

Jessica Rendon welcomes guests, Mario Moreno, President of Young Catholic Professionals’ San Antonio Chapter, and DJ Bernal, founder of Modern Teen Ministries and inspirational Catholic speaker, to discuss the state of young adults in the Church today.

Watch this week’s episode below!

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Young Adult Ministry Beliefs and Teachings from the USCCB.

Connect with Young Catholic Professionals nearest you! 
Click here for San Antonio. Click here for other cities.

Connect with DJ Bernal, Catholic Christian evangelist & speaker

Archdiocese of San Antonio Young Adult Groups – not all current ministries are listed here; please contact Ademola for further inquiries at sacyal.archdiocese@gmail.com Archdiocese of S.A. Young Adult Ministry FB Page

The Life of St. Padre Pio

Deacon Tom and Mary Jane Fox discuss the impact St. Padre Pio continues to have on today’s world and how his life can inspire your faith. After visiting the local shrine of St. Padre Pio here in the San Antonio area, they share what this special place has to offer.

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Shrine of St. Padre Pio website provides great information if you are interested in visiting or participating in the ministries.

 

Two Centuries of Sharing the Gospel with the Poor

The Oblates of Mary Immaculate were begun as “specialists in difficult missions”. Today, the Oblates have a presence several continents spanning the globe, including a popular theological school in San Antonio.

Fr. Ed Hauf, OMI, talks with Fr. Bob Wright, OMI, about the compelling history of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate.

Sacred Music in San Antonio

The San Antonio Liederkranz is an all male choir formed by Fr. Henry Pfefferkorn over 100 years ago as the Men’s Choir of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in downtown San Antonio, Texas. Today, its members continue that tradition. Hear from its choir members about this treasure in San Antonio.

The Relics of St. Charbel

Deacon Tom and Mary Jane Fox spoke with Fr. Charles Khachan in preparation for the visit of St. Charbel’s relics in San Antonio, Texas. Learn about this important Lebanese saint and mystic.

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Prayer for St. Charbel’s Intercession

Lord, infinitely holy and glorified in your saints, you have inspired Charbel to lead the perfect life of a hermit. We thank you for granting him the blessing and strength to detach himself from the world so that the heroism of the monastic virtues of poverty, chastity and obedience, could triumph in his hermitage.

We beseech you to grant us the grace of loving and serving you, following his example. Almighty God, who has manifested the power of St. Charbel’s intercession through countless miracles and favors, grant us…

(State your intention)

through his intercession. Amen.

Our Father…

Hail Mary…

Glory be…

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Youth Ministry in San Antonio

Fr. Ed Hauf, OMI, talks with Rudy and Delfie Garcia about their youth ministry experience in San Antonio, Texas.

Seeking Foster Homes in San Antonio

We sat down with Beth Green, Director of Development for St. PJ’s Children’s Home in San Antonio.

St. Peter-St. Joseph provides a supportive environment for children in need of emergency shelter, and they’re looking for new foster parents!  Take a listen to this episode and learn more about the need in our San Antonio community for foster homes.

St. Peter-St. Joseph Children’s Home
919 Mission Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78210
(210) 533-1203

Inspiring Women in the Pew

The mission of the San Antonio Catholic Women’s Conference is to foster an appreciation for the personal dignity of women, to inspire women to know and love God and to encourage women to use their feminine gifts to transform the family and society.

How does a two-day event achieve this mission?
By bringing together avenues of grace, including fabulous speakers, Mass, the Sacrament of Reconciliation, Adoration & Benediction, and more!
Women came from all over the United States to attend the Catholic Women’s Conference. Here are a few words from some of the attendees:

“I came away feeling blessed, healed & rejuvenated.”
“It motivates me to go home and learn more about my faith and to teach it to my family. To also take more to my parish to maybe help build our community.”
“It will help support me as a wife, mother, friend and a child of God. Give me strength to keep going.”
“I am happy to be a woman and that God has a plan for me. He entrusts many individuals to me: students, children, grandchildren.”
“I will bring the dignity of womanhood to my family, parish & neighborhood. I have the tools NOW to use for everyday living in serving Christ.”

Watch the video below as Mary Jane Fox, Nan Balfour and Danielle Smith discuss the San Antonio Catholic Women’s Conference!