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We are a lay-led Catholic evangelization and educational organization whose mission is to promote and defend authentic Christian moral principles in our San Antonio community, the state of Texas, and nation. We strive primarily to reach out and inform the Catholic faithful about issues and events of interest that impact their lives as Catholics and Christian citizens.

Pope John Paul II wrote to the bishops, priests, and Catholic people in America that the renewal of the Church in our country will “not be possible without the active participation of the laity. Therefore, they are largely responsible for the future of the Church. (Ecclesia in America, No. 44) As Catholic Christians we are called to be salt and light to the nation.(Mt. 5:13-16) Let’s get to work!

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A Cause of Sadness to Many Catholics

By Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Archbishop of New York A couple of events over the past few weeks brought to mind two towering people who had a tremendous effect on the Archdiocese of New York and the U.S. more broadly. Their witness is worth remembering, especially in this political moment. Last Saturday’s feast of St. Patrick, the patron saint of our … Continue reading

Lecture at Notre Dame on Blessed Pope Paul VI’s Prophetic Encyclical

by Perry West, Catholic News Service [Author Mary Eberstadt’s lecture at the University of Notre Dame should be read by every Catholic concerned about the breakdown of marriage and family life and the deeply entrenched abortion culture in the United States. 2018 is the 50 year anniversary of Humanae Vitae, arguably the most important papal encyclical letter on moral theology … Continue reading

May 13th Fatima Centenary Celebration Our Lady of the Atonement

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the apparitions of Our Lady to the three shepherd children at Fatima, Portugal, where our Blessed Mother appeared once each month from May 13 to Oct. 13, 1917. To honor our Lady of Fatima in this centenary year following her apparitions in Portugal, Our Lady of the Atonement parish will be celebrating this … Continue reading

Archbishop Garcia-Siller Removes Pastor of Our Lady of the Atonement

  Friends, Please pray for a quick resolution of this crisis in the Archdiocese of San Antonio which has significantly disrupted the parish life of the members of Our Lady of the Atonement Parish.  The EWTN World Over News program covered the  crisis at Our Lady of the Atonement parish last  Thursday on January 26th. It’s an embarrassment to Catholic in the San … Continue reading

Christmas Day Sermon – St. John Chrysostom

Dear Friends, We, the members of the board of Texas Leadership Coalition,  enjoyed serving the Catholic community of San Antonio this past year in a number of projects – coordinating with the archdiocese and other pro-life organizations the Roe V. Wade commemoration pro-life Mass last January at the cathedral and downtown plaza, coordinating monthly pro-life vigils for life with St. … Continue reading