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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.

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​Catholic Charities, Seton Home, and St. PJ’s Home receive $140,000 in assistance from San Antonio A

May 14, 2020 | posted by Archdiocese of San Antonio

Catholic Charities, Seton Home, and St. PJ’s Home each received grants from the San Antonio Area Foundation on April 22 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in order to supplement programs and services with increased expenditures.

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​To graduates, we need evangelists more than ever

May 14, 2020 | posted by Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller, MSpS

To all who are to be graduating at this time, moving on to the next stages of your life, I know there is no way you envisioned what would be happening now. You expected to be gathering with excited classmates, listening to speeches from school officials and invited guests, and walking the stage to receive your diploma in front of parents, family, and friends.

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​Mount Sacred Heart School to continue, Mother Cabrini Center to be established there

May 14, 2020 | posted by Archdiocese of San Antonio

The Archdiocese of San Antonio, the Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and The Renee Benson Family Foundation have recently finalized an agreement to continue the legacy of Mount Sacred Heart School.

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​Dear Catholic School Communities

May 14, 2020 | posted by Marti West, Superintendent of Catholic Schools

I find myself writing this letter to you with mixed emotions after listening to Governor Abbott’s announcement today in response to measures being taken to re-open the state of Texas. The governor stated that it would not be safe for schools -- both private and public -- to resume operations on campus this academic year, and schools would therefore remain closed. Of course, our priority is the safety and well-being of our students, families, faculty and staff. So, in that respect, I received the governor’s message with hope for what can be re-opened and getting people back to work. Yet, there is tremendous sadness for us in knowing that we will not have the opportunity to gather as a school community with all our students as we end this historic school year.

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