The Archbishop’s Appeal is the annual fundraising campaign that provides supplemental financial assistance to institutions, programs and ministries affiliated with the Catholic Church throughout the Archdiocese of San Antonio.
The 2nd Annual Lambs to Leaders Telethon will be Tuesday, April 14 from 4pm - 8 pm on KCWX, CTSA and Univision 41. The telethon will feature performances from area Catholic schools, interviews with alumni, teachers, and school leadership. All proceeds from the telethon will benefit financially disadvantaged families seeking enrollment in an area Catholic school.
The Superintendent's Transfer Grant is a new program that began in late July 2014 and could save your family up to $3,000 in tuition. The program provides a tuition grant to students who are transferring from a public, charter, private, or home school and into a participating Catholic School.
Thank YOU for your generous contributions which made the 6th Annual Khaki & Plaid Gala Homecoming 2015 a success. Congratulations to our Homecoming King and Queen, Father Eric Ritter of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church and School and Diana Barrios-Trevino of Los Barrios Enterprises.
Bishop Emeritus John W. Yanta is a name many people recognize. In his 39 as a priest and 20 years as a bishop, he served as the CYO director, a founding member and executive director of Catholic Television San Antonio (CTSA), editor of Today’s Catholic, and served at many parishes blessed with a Catholic school.
The Sixth Annual Khaki & Plaid Gala, Homecoming 2015, benefiting Hope for the Future (HOPE). With a record 1,100 guests expected, the evening will be filled with local business leaders, celebrities and supporters of Catholic school education. Proceeds from the event are used to provide tuition assistance to economically disadvantaged families so they can attend a Catholic school of their choice.
“It just isn’t enough ... thank you so much for the $1,800, but I can t cover the remaining ($6,500) cost of my daughter’s Catholic high school tuition...” These are sentiments heard by the Hope for the Future and principals’ offices all too often.This child, like many others whose family needs more assistance, ended up attending a school that was NOT the best option for her.