Author Archives: Bishop Wm. Michael Mulvey

Christ must increase and we must decrease

On Saturday, January 11, nearly 1,000 catechists and parishioners turned out for our 25th annual ministry conference held at the American Bank Center in Corpus Christi. The conference offered a number of workshops to help those in ministry in carrying … Continue reading

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As we conclude this year of faith, we open a new life of faith

Below is a podcast of the homily I gave at the Cathedral on the closing of the Year of Faith on Nov. 24. We closed the Year of Faith—called by Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI to mark the 50th anniversary of … Continue reading

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Legacy of Faith ~ Future of Hope Progress

Through this video I want to share the latest progress report on the Legacy of Faith ~ Future of Hope.  I want to thank every person and family that has given so generously to make this a reality.  

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Jesus is the great healer

On Thursday, Oct 17, I celebrated the annual White Mass at the CHRISTUS Spohn Hospital – Shoreline Chapel. The White Mass honors healthcare professionals and is celebrated in conjunction with the Feast of St. Luke, patron of physicians and surgeons. … Continue reading

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SOLT Seminary visit and ordination

On Sept. 22 through Oct.1, I had the privilege of traveling to the Philippines for a visit to the Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity (SOLT) community. As many of you know, the SOLT community exists as … Continue reading

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We are called to embrace peace in our own lives

Below is my op ed piece that appeared on the Corpus Christi Caller on Sept. 11, 2013. President John F. Kennedy, in his 1961 address to the United Nations, declared: “Mankind must put an end to war, or war will … Continue reading

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USCCB press conference on Syria

I wanted to share with you the bishops’ latest position on the HHS mandate. This is a press conference Cardinal Timothy Dolan held on Sept. 11.

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A call for peace through prayer

 

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Day of Prayer and Fasting for Peace in Syria

As many of you may have heard, during the Angelus this past Sunday, Pope Francis declared this coming Saturday, Sept. 7, as a day of prayer and fasting for peace in Syria, and throughout the Middle East. It is a … Continue reading

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Be friends with Jesus in order to be his disciples

I’m in the airport in Rio waiting for a flight to Sao Paolo where I will spend about 10 days with some bishops from different parts of the world to share some time of communion and fraternity. Most of them … Continue reading

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