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

A Reason to Celebrate – San Antonio Streetcar Plan Killed

According to the San Antonio Express News today, Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff and Interim Mayor Ivy Taylor killed the SA streetcar project “in the wake of rising political pressure to put it to a public vote.” The “starter” project covering the first 4.5 miles was estimated to cost $490 million. San Antonio residents have voted against a downtown streetcar … 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

Archbishop Cordileone Defends Marriage

Title:  Archbishop Cordileone Defends Marriage  San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone is the chairman of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Subcommittee for the Promotion and Defense of Marriage. The following is the transcript of the Archbishop’s interview with USA Today on March 21st.  Archbishop Cordileone states case against gay marriage Q: What is the greatest threat posed by allowing … Continue reading

Special Masses for the Election. Final Requests

            Click <here> for Mass and Vigil Schedule Dear Friends, We’re down to the last week before the elections. As you know there is much at stake in this national election. Our economy is in shambles and we are sliding closer towards a fiscal cliff. Millions of Americans are out of work or underemployed. The … Continue reading

Voter Guide …We need your help … October 6th Rally Speeches … Special Events … Party Platforms … Religious Freedom Scorecard

Please help us distribute the TLC Voter Guide and Endorsement List. We believe this is the best Catholic Voter Guide you can find for Bexar County. We need your help to distribute the Guide to as many Catholics you can find. This election is very close and there are many good candidates who need our help. If you can distribute … Continue reading


Our Lady of the Atonement Parish will be independently hosting a Candidate Forum next Sunday. Come and get a closer look at the candidates running for public office in Bexar County. Q & A period included.  General elections are less than a month away. Where:   Our Lady of the Atonement Parish – St. Anthony Hall When:     Sunday, October 14th Time: … Continue reading


Tomorrow we will stand together at the downtown rally in San Antonio in solidarity with those who believe in the founding principles of our nation pertaining to our God-given right to freely exercise our religion, to proclaim that our religious liberty is inviolable and sacrosanct. No government can violate our conscience and force us to participate in evil. In Matthew … Continue reading


  Dear Friends, The Texas Leadership Coalition was organized in San Antonio with the mission to evangelize and educate our brethren, especially fellow Catholics in our community, by promoting and defending authentic Christian moral principles, and, during critically important election years, to help inform Catholic voters to integrate their faith with their civic responsibilities. We believe our mission as faithful … Continue reading

St. Luke’s Parish Explains Partisan Flyer Endorsing Democratic Party Candidates

We received an email letter from the parish administration of St. Luke’s parish regarding the partisan political literature distributed at the parish which we reported on. Here is the letter printed in its entirety: Mr. Sevilla, I want to clarify the situation at St. Luke.  The flyer was an insert in a local paper, not Express News, and it has … Continue reading