The Newman Center is under the jurisdiction of the Diocese of Corpus Christi, currently presided by Bishop Wm. Michael Mulvey. You can get more information about the Diocese of Corpus Christi on their website, diocesecc.org.
- Educators attend marketing best practices symposium 11/20/2017Educational School Advisory Councils from the 18 Catholic schools in the Diocese of Corpus Christi attended a Marketing Symposium on Nov. 17 hosted by the Office of Catholic Schools. More than 80 council members and school leaders assembled at St. John Paul II High School and engaged in content and activities.
- School leaders gather for Professional Development Day 11/20/2017Teachers, staff members and school leaders from all 18 Catholic schools in the Diocese of Corpus Christi gathered together for a Professional Development Day at the Congressman Solomon P. Ortiz International Center on Nov. 10. Tracy Welliver, an international presenter, showed teachers how strengths may serve to guide and direct their best energies in serving […]
- St. Elizabeth students learn money lessons 11/17/2017The Enrichment Committee of Saint Elizabeth School in Alice is continuing its mission of offering stimulating and challenging opportunities for students. The school’s partnership with PlainsCapital Bank called “BOBCATS Hand’s ON Banking” was a complete success. Students engaged in an eight-week comprehensive financial literacy program with the goal to provide children with valuable information about […]
- Vocation Director addresses Sophomore class 11/17/2017Father Romeo Salinas, Vocation Director for the Diocese of Corpus Christi, celebrated Mass at Incarnate Word Academy Sophomores Retreat held at the Spirit Center on Monday, Nov. 6. During his homily Father Salinas spoke to them about “answering God’s call,” which was the theme of this year’s retreat.
- Alice Christians serve meal to 1,000 in community 11/15/2017On Monday, Nov. 13, at the Alice KC Hall, nearly 1,000 community members came out for the Sixth Annual Alice Community Meal sponsored the city’s three Catholic churches and a Christian community church. “It was a beautiful display of Christian unity,” Father Julian Cabrera, pastor of Our Lady of Guadalupe said.
- Encuentro engages 250,000 missionary disciples 11/15/2017BALTIMORE—One hundred and sixty-three dioceses have engaged in the Fifth National Encuentro of Hispanic/Latino Ministry. The USCCB V Encuentro initiative is a process of evangelization, consultation and mission that was officially launched last year to discern ways for the Church in the United States to better respond to the ever-growing Hispanic presence, and to help […]