Who Represents Catholicism in America?

San Antonio Express News columnist, O. Ricardo Pimentel, published an article in March drawing attention to recent polls and surveys in the U.S. which indicate more Catholics are rejecting the Church’s teachings on abortion and carnal relations between members of the same sex. Mr. Pimentel often hurls barbs at the Church. We are dismayed that the Express News does not … Continue reading

May 3rd News Bytes

National Day of Prayer Rally at City Hall May 1st, 2014 Mrs. Terelyn Santos, parishioner of St. Pius X, was one of the prayer leaders at the rally held last Thursday on May 1st  at noon in front of City Hall in downtown San Antonio. Over a  hundred attended the rally at City Hall, while similar public rallies were held … Continue reading

Don’t Cry For Kathleen, America!

Earlier this month, after five stormy years, U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius resigned or, as some have speculated, was forced out of office by political and public pressure. Before her controversial, high visibility role in implementing the most far-reaching overhaul of the healthcare industry in America, she was the Governor of Kansas from 2003 to 2009 … Continue reading

Let’s Celebrate Our Victories and Work to Keep Texas Pro-Life

Those of us who joined the fight in the Texas state legislature at the Capitol last summer to support the House Bill 2 Omnibus Pro-Life Bill were elated when HB2 passed with a safe margin despite the shrill outcry and drama exhibited by pro-abortion zealots inside and outside the state Senate chambers. The state of Texas made a bold statement … Continue reading

Defending Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Legacy

San Antonio, TX –We celebrate and honor Dr. Martin Luther King’s legacy and memory on the third Monday of January, a national holiday promulgated by President Ronald Reagan in 1983. On January 17, 2011 in Hillside, Illinois, more than 40 African-American religious and political leaders gathered at Freedom Baptist Church to censure the misrepresentation and distortions of Dr. King’s legacy. … Continue reading