Organizations

  • A.C.T.S.
    • An ACTS Retreat is a parish-based event which offers parishioners an opportunity to experience the love of Jesus Christ. This in turn fosters a desire for intentional discipleship. ACTS Retreats are given by parishioners for parishioners, and in this way, serve to build Christian community at a parish. The ACTS Retreat begins Thursday evening and ends with Sunday Mass in the parish. While utilizing prayer, service, and teaching, the ACTS Retreat meets people where they are in their spiritual journey and invites them to experience God in a manner that is both personal and communal.
  • Altar Society
    • To take care of the Altar, Sanctuary, Sacristy, Linens, Vestments, Wine, Hosts, Candles, and Flowers, and to participate in Deanery activities, when possible.
  • Catholic Daughters of the Americas:
    • CDA is open to Catholic lay and religious women, 18 years of age or older, who love and support the Church and the Holy See and desire to participate in social and charitable activities, shall be eligible for, entitled to, membership in the Order. For more information about the Catholic Daughters, click here.
  • El Movimiento Familiar Cristiano
    • El Movimiento Familiar Cristiano (MFC) es una agrupación de familias católicas que unen sus esfuerzos para promover los valores humanos y cristianos de la familia, para que ésta sea en la comunidad: formadora de personas, educadora en la fe, consciente de su misión evangelizadora y comprometida en el desarrollo integral de la comunidad a través de sus miembros.  
      • Es un movimiento laico de la Iglesia Católica, de la familia para las familias. Propicia entre sus miembros:
      • Comunicación y diálogo entre los esposos para desarrollar y fortalecer su matrimonio.
      • Oportunidades para dialogar entre padres e hijos que promueven una mayor unión de la familia y el desarrollo de cada uno de sus miembros.
      • Mejor comprensión del ambiente en que se encuentran para que puedan adaptar, escoger y enriquecer ese ambiente con sus propios valores culturales.
      • Comprensión de los problemas de la comunidad y deseo de procurar cambios constructivos.
      • Desarrollo de un estilo de vida familiar de acuerdo con los valores humanos y cristianos más apropiados a sus circunstancias.
    • The Christian Family Movement (MFC) is a group of Catholic families that unite their efforts to promote the human and Christian values ​​of the family, so that it may be in the community: the formation of people, educators in the faith, aware of their evangelizing mission and committed to the integral development of the community through its members.
      • It is a lay movement of the Catholic Church, of the family for families. Propicia among its members:
      • Communication and dialogue between spouses to develop and strengthen their marriage.
      • Opportunities to dialogue between parents and children that promote a greater union of the family and the development of each of its members.
      • Better understanding of the environment in which they find themselves so that they can adapt, choose and enrich that environment with their own cultural values.
      • Understanding of the problems of the community and desire to seek constructive changes.
      • Development of a family lifestyle in accordance with the human and Christian values most appropriate to their circumstances.
  • Grupo de Oracion
    • We gather every Tuesday from 7:30 – 9:00 p.m. We worship, pray, and there is always a different speech. We also have some retreats during the year. Its really a good time well spent, not as important as Sunday Mass of course. A time where you can come and nourished spiritually.
  • Junior Catholic Daughters of the Americas & Juniorettes
    • Girls in grades 1 – 5 are invited to join the JCDA! Please contact Patsy Verm at patsyverm@gmail.com.
    • Junior Catholic Daughters of the Americas (JCDA), our youth program for girls 6 through 18 (Juniorettes 6 – 10 and Juniors 11-18).
      • Message-to receive the teaching of Christ and spreading it through communication with others;
      • Service-Living the Gospel; and (3)
      • Community-A group of people united in a common effort bonded by love and Christian togetherness.
  • KJT
    • The Catholic Union of Texas, the KJT, is a non-profit fraternal benefit insurance society that operates under the lodge system and has a representative form of government. Membership is open to all Christians. The letters “KJT” stand for “Katolická Jednotá Texaská” which means “Catholic Union of Texas” in the Czech language. It is licensed and operates only in the state of Texas. The KJT Home Office is located in La Grange, Texas.
  • KJZT
    • We are a Fraternal Benefit Society that continues to support the Catholic traditions of our founders, with Faith and service at the heart of our offerings.  With the revenues generated through the sale of life insurance products and annuities, we enhance the lives of our membership and the communities in which they reside through the development of numerous benefits and service projects.  We encourage you to review our site to learn more about KJZT Family Life and look forward to helping you on your journey to financial security.
  • Knights of Columbus
    • The Knights of Columbus is the world’s largest Catholic fraternal service organization. It is dedicated to providing charitable services, promoting Catholic education and Catholic public policy positions, and actively defending Catholicism in various nations. For its support of the Church and local communities, as well as for its philanthropic efforts, Pope John II referred to the Order as the “strong right arm of the Church.” The Order explicates the principles of Charity, Unity, Fraternity, and Patriotism to its membership through a progression of exemplification ceremonies.