Upcoming Events

Certain regular events are not included here. See the full calendar for a complete listing.

Daily Readings


We gather to worship and we are always looking for volunteers to help make our celebrations the high point of our day or week. We are looking for the following:

  • Altar Server: Male and female students are invited to assist the priest at Mass. Altar servers make sure that all of the elements needed for Mass are prepared before our celebration and assist the priest during the celebration. After Mass the acolytes make sure that everything is put away. Altar servers are needed especially for Sunday celebrations.
  • Choir, Instrumentalists and Cantor: To paraphrase St. Augustine: “He who sings well, prays twice.” Students with a gift for and interest in helping the assembled community to sing during the Mass are most welcome. Rehearsals are scheduled before and after Mass or as needed.
  • Ministers of Hospitality: Ministers of hospitality are ready to serve as needs arise. They help to seat those who arrive for Mass, take up the weekly collection, assist the offertory procession and help pass out information (i.e. bulletins, announcements, etc.).
  • Extraordinary Ministers of Communion: This ministry is for fully initiated Catholics (those who have received Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist). In the absence of the ordinary ministers (priest or deacon) they serve as ministers of communion distributing the Body and Blood of our Lord to those who come forward to receive Holy Communion. The Extraordinary Minister of Communion must be invited by the priest and formally commissioned.

Catholic Student Organization Officers 2014 ~ 2015

President: Jose Madrid, Vice President for Events: Nancy Ibarra, Vice President for Outreach: Angie Rivero, Secretary: Christine Khuong, Treasurer: Joe Janas, Historian: Casto Reyes, and the Campus Minister: Giovan Cuchapin

Why Choose Catholic Schools?


The Goal of Catholic education in the Archdiocese of Galveston - Houston is the fulfillment of the educational ministry of the Catholic Church and has as its primary objective the on-going formation and the development of each individual’s God-given gifts.
As a parent or guardian, you have many options in selecting an educational opportunity for your student.  It is indeed one of the most important choices you can make for your student’s future.  In choosing a Catholic school, you are providing your student with the spiritual and developmental skills they will need to build a bright academic future.  Our students are leaders, developing in safe and nurturing environments conducive to academic excellence where they prepare for higher education and the global marketplace beyond.
Catholic Schools of the Archdiocese of Galveston - Houston welcome students of all backgrounds and faiths to experience the comprehensive education of mind, heart, and spirit.  Consider your student’s academic career a success story waiting to be written.  Consider the possibilities and potential to be realized. 
Choose a Catholic School for these basic reasons:
·                Assist in the total faith formation of children;
·                Believe that all children can succeed;
·                Set high expectations with a challenging curriculum that is balanced with arts and music;
·                Hold a proven record of academic excellence with high graduation rates;
·                Promote self-discipline with moral values to serve others and help develop leadership;
·                Have caring and effective teachers in a safe and disciplined environment;
·                Teach respect of self and others; and,
·                Prepare students to be productive citizens and good stewards of resources. (NCEA 2008)
When choosing a Catholic School, consider the following:
·                Discuss what characteristics of a school are important to your family;
·                Visit the websites of each school you are considering;
·                Contact the school to schedule a visit and / or request additional information; and,
·                What is so unique about this school that gives me valid and reliable reasons to enroll my child as a student?
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Catholic Schools of the Archdiocese of Galveston - Houston:

Holy Family School – Galveston   
St. Agnes Academy - Houston
St. Ambrose School - Houston
St. Anne School - Houston
St. Anne School - Tomball
St. Anthony of Padua School - Woodlands
St. Augustine School - Houston
St. Catherine's Montessori School - Houston
St. Cecilia School - Houston
St. Christopher School - Houston
St. Clare of Assisi School - Houston
St. Edward - Spring
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School - Houston
St. Francis de Sales School - Houston
St. Francis of Assisi School - Houston
St. Helen - Pearland
St. Jerome School - Houston
St. Joseph - Baytown
St. Laurence - Sugar Land
St. Martha - Kingwood
St. Mary - League City
St. Mary Magdalene - Humble
St. Mary of the Purification School - Houston
St. Michael School - Houston
St. Peter the Apostle Middle School - Houston
St. Pius V - Pasadena
St. Pius X High School - Houston
St. Rose of Lima School - Houston
St. Theresa School - Sugar Land
St. Theresa School - Houston
St. Thomas High School - Houston
St. Thomas More School - Houston
St. Vincent de Paul School - Houston
Strake Jesuit College Prep - Houston