St. Vincent De Paul helps tackle poverty and disadvantage by providing direct practical assistance to anyone in need. This is usually provided as short-term assistance to those in crisis in the form of rent assistance, utility bills, or other emergency funding.
For those needing assistance: Please call 281-466-1920 and leave a detailed message with your name and return phone number, and one of our members will contact you.
The Mission started in 2014 with the goal of helping the neediest in two remote mountain villages in North East Honduras. Our vision was to help them by bringing medical and dental services and most importantly the Word of God. We have seen great progress in all of these areas and we have been moved by the growth of their faith and spirit through the reestablishment of the catechetical and sacramental aspects of their Catholic faith. We are also expanding into other communities.
Our missionaries work in outdoor clinics, schools and churches providing medical and dental care for hundreds of villagers in need of attention. Services include: check-ups, consultations, dental extractions and restorations and the distribution of medicines and vitamins. The mission includes Daily Mass, prayer, the sacraments and faith sharing by home visits and catechesis.
Habitat for Humanity assists the less fortunate by building a home of their own. You can support this ministry through your prayers, donations, and volunteer hours! Join us in construction, providing meals and drinks other various tasks. Email us for volunteer opportunities and information.
The Dignity of Life Ministry shares the teachings of the Church regarding the dignity of every human person, in every stage, state, or condition of life, especially the unborn, elderly, and disabled. The ministry addresses all Right To Life issues through: Prayer/Worship, Healing and Outreach, Education, and Events.
St. Clare’s Society prepares lap-sized prayer blankets for those who may be in need of spiritual comfort during times of physical or emotional illness. The blankets are a witness to our belief in the healing power of prayer. Please stop by the Parish Office and pick up a prayer blanket for a loved one! Contact us to help make the prayer blankets.
St. Leonard Society makes specially designed rosaries for incarcerated men and women in prisons throughout the state of Texas. Even though rosaries may be readily available to us, those who are imprisoned have to request one, and can wait up to two years to get it due to the lack of supply. SLRG has provide 9000 plus rosaries over the last four years. SLRG meets the 1st Monday of every month in room 209 @ 7:00 P.M. Email us if you are interested in helping with this ministry even from the comfort of your own home!