You are invited to the Fourth Annual Sanctity of Life Banquet! For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit www.EastTexasLifeBanquet.com
In America today, it no longer seems self-evident that we are endowed by our Creator with an unalienable right to life.
We live in a society that has profaned human life. We have seen the horrors of abortion and even the selling of body parts of aborted babies.
We also see the lack of dignity afforded to the lives of those with special needs, the elderly, the poor and the imprisoned.
Every life is a gift uniquely given by God and so has a sacred dignity. From conception until natural death, human life is a sacred gift.
Let’s come together and proclaim this great truth. The time is right for us to give a united witness to the Sanctity of Life.
You are invited to the East Texas Sanctity of Life Banquet which will be held Monday, October 8, 2018, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The banquet will provide interested people from our area to gather for a pleasant meal and some fellowship.
Catholic Charities-Tyler will be accepting monetary donations to send to Catholic Charities agencies in the Carolinas affected by Hurricane Florence. Donations can be made online at www.cctyler.org Checks or gift cards can be mailed to PO Box 2016, Tyler TX 75710.
All funds donated will be distributed through the Catholic Charities agencies in North and South Carolina.
CCUSA will send their mobile response center as soon as it is safe and Catholic Charities-Tyler will be offering other support, once we know the specific needs. We are not accepting donated items for hurricane victims at this time. Thank you for your generosity.
Experts Gather for 40th Anniversary of Shroud of Turin Research Project
Original STURP Team Members Jackson and Schwortz to Attend
After due consultation and prayerful reflection, and in order to provide for the proper care of souls entrusted to him, Bishop Joseph E. Strickland is pleased to announce the following pastoral assignments and appointments for the Diocese of Tyler. All changes are effective Oct. 1, 2018.
Dear Priests, Deacons, Religious and all Holy Faithful of the Diocese of Tyler,
A letter (click here) by Archbishop Viganò, former Nuncio to the United States, raises grave allegations and calls for the resignation of numerous high ranking prelates including Pope Francis.
Let us be clear that they are still allegations, but as your shepherd I find them to be credible. Using this standard the response must be a thorough investigation, similar to those conducted any time allegations are deemed to be credible. I do not have the authority to launch such an investigation but I will lend my voice in whatever way necessary to call for this investigation and urge that it’s findings demand accountability of all found to be culpable even at the highest levels of the Church.
As this unfolds I urge all in the Diocese of Tyler to pray fervently for Holy Mother Church and beg the Intercession of Our Blessed Mother. We are the flock of Jesus Christ. He is Lord of His Church and His Holy Spirit will guide us through this darkness.
Almighty God Father, Son and Spirit have mercy on your Church and cleanse her in the fires of your Love.
Blessed Virgin Mary, Pray for us.
All Sainted Popes & Bishops in Heaven, Pray for us.
All Holy Men and Women, Pray for us.
I direct all priests to include this notice in the masses on August 26, and post it on their websites and other social media immediately.
Most Reverend Joseph E. Strickland
Bishop of Tyler