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Further Clarification on Moral Concerns of Vaccines

“I bring your attention to a USCCB resource entitled Moral Considerations Regarding the New COVID-19 Vaccines.  This is excellent information that accompanies Bishop Vásquez’ pastoral message to the faithful sent out regarding the same subject.”

Link to letter:



-Very Reverend James A. Misko

 Vicar General | Diocese of Austin 



On Sunday, December 27, 2020, we celebrate the Feast of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph and the Inauguration of the Year of the Domestic Church in the Diocese of Austin, under the patronage of St. Joseph.

Throughout the next year, we will focus on twelve monthly themes with accompanying resources. No matter whether your household is a home of one person or a family of many, we are all called to bear witness to and share the Gospel with our families and within our households. These monthly themed items will be ready to for parishes to utilize, implement or share on the first Friday of the previous month.

We ask for the intercession of St. Joseph that we may we experience the merciful love of God throughout the next year as we grow in faith in our household, personal and parish family.

Link to more resources and information:
Keep filling those Baby Banks and show your children how important it is to be involved in efforts to help unborn babies, women and families in need by sparing their extra change. Each time you add to your bank, your contribution helps the Gabriel Project, Project Rachel, Sidewalk Ministry, Pro-Life Help Line and much more! You can also donate online in our website page. Thank you!

Your gift to the Catholic Services Appeal (CSA) helps to sustain Catholic schools, religious education, ministerial formation, and initiatives for life, peace and justice.

Please make a pledge to the 2018-2019 Catholic Services Appeal.

Your donations are carefully spent; it is money for God’s work, and we use it accordingly. Your contributions are deeply appreciated, very much needed and make a real difference in the lives of many. 

To make a gift to CSA please click: DONATE

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Week of Prayer to End Human Trafficking - January 11-17, 2021

In 2019, Texas First Lady Cecilia Abbott announced an initiative to end child exploitation and sex trafficking in Texas. The Governor’s Response Against Child Exploitation (GRACE) Initiative intends to empower and mobilize communities of faith in the fight against child sex trafficking.

This toolkit offers resources intended for Catholics to use during a Week of Prayer to End Human Trafficking, Jan. 11-17, 2021. You can download a pdf of the resources or scroll below for social media graphics and texts which you can copy and download.

Through prayer, we not only reflect on the experiences of those that have suffered through this affront to human dignity but also comfort, strengthen and empower survivors.