It’s National Correctional Officers’ Week! Let’s take a moment to thank the staff at the ECDF, both Downtown and at the Annex.
70% of Texas prisoners tested have the coronavirus. Experts say it’s time for more testing and fewer inmates.
Have you seen any of El Paso County’s Most Wanted? One is a wanted sex offender. Let’s keep our eyes open this week.
We’ve either prayed them, or seen them prayed, but how many of us know just what the Stations of the Cross are? In her guest post, Maria G answers those questions for us.
As the country is trying to heal the economy by reopening state by state, many are wondering if it’s not too early to do so. True, most reopenings are happening in stages. But with disinfecting agents in short supply, is there truly anything that can be considered safe?
With the COVID-19 bans lifted, San Elizario Seniors will be able to hold their graduation ceremony!
Not being able to attend Mass, some Catholics are rediscovering their spiritual roots and what it means to be Catholic in the first place.
Between the overgrown vegetation and the trash strewn about, the cemetery in San Elizario has seen its better days. One resident, Al Borrego decided to do something about it – he gave the cemetery a much-needed facelift.
After much consideration and prayer, Bishop Seitz has decided that our parish, all parishes, will remain closed to the public.
This is the story of Sister Maria Munguia and Her Religious Journey – 45+ years a nun! We thought we would pull this one out of the archives and reshare it as it is a wonderful story.
The City of San Elizario now has its first recovery from COVID-19. We now stand at 15 positive cases. Recoveries, countywide, have increased significantly.