Latest News

Our Mission

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!

Please bookmark this page and subscribe to our RSS feed to stay informed. Be sure to subscribe to stay up to date on all our activities and news.

October Pro-Life Events In San Antonio

“Even the weakest and most vulnerable, the sick, the old, the unborn and the poor, are masterpieces of God’s creation, made in his own image, destined to live forever, and deserving of the utmost reverence and respect.” Pope Francis’ Day for Life Greeting Catholics in the U.S. are aware that October is set aside as Respect Life month, a special time … Continue reading

The Face of the One Percent Abortion Exceptions

The Face of the One Percent Abortion Exceptions by Phil Sevilla     Rebecca Keissling was conceived in rape and her mother attempted to abort her twice. Instead she was  given up for adoption, born three years before the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision opened Pandora’s box to legalized abortion in America through all nine months of pregnancy. Rebecca is … Continue reading

A “Provocative” Perspective On the Immigration Crisis Facing America and Neighboring Countries

A “Provocative” Perspective On the Immigration Crisis Facing America and Neighboring Countries by Al Notzon Introduction             Around 1985 I was invited to be on a State Department trip to Mexico to discuss the problems the country was having in Mexico City, Monterrey, and Guadalajara, their three largest metropolitan areas.  The cities’ concern was the rapid growth of population in all … Continue reading

Letter to Papal Nuncio Addressing St. Patrick’s Day Parade in N.Y.

Friends, You may have heard that recently the Archbishop of New York, Timothy Cardinal Dolan, caved in to the demands of homosexual activists associated with NBC pressing to be allowed to march with their “gay pride” colors in the next annual St. Patrick’s Day parade scheduled for March 2015. Virginia State Delegate (state representative) Robert G. Marshall wrote the Papal  Nuncio, Archbishop Carlo Vigano, a strongly worded … Continue reading

Planned Parenthood in San Antonio: New Abortion Capitol of South Texas?

Planned Parenthood  in San Antonio: New Abortion Capitol of South Texas by Phil Sevilla Two news items which appeared in the local paper over the past few days regarding the status of the new Texas state regulations on abortion caught my eye. It triggered for me a “walk down memory lane” recalling the events in Austin last year. In the … Continue reading