St. Philip Institute News
Download Dear Flock of Northeast Texas, As the Roman Catholic bishop of the Diocese of Tyler, and shepherd of God’s flock in this part of the world, I want to address every man, woman and child who resides in the thirty-three counties that make up the Diocese of...
On Pope Francis’s remarks about homosexual civil unions? Context, charity, and distinction—and as Pope St. John Paul II advised, Be Not Afraid.
TYLER, Texas — How does a bishop bring “the joy of the Gospel” to the angst of the age? Bishop Joseph Strickland pondered and prayed over this question for five years as bishop and realized it was time to do something completely new for the Diocese of Tyler.
Bishop Strickland is a trusted and sought-after voice of Catholic orthodoxy in the Church today.
Over the summer the Family Life Office offered online workshops for Marriage Formation Coordinators in the Diocese of Tyler in both English and Spanish.
As your bishop, I plan to offer a series of brief articles that I pray will be helpful to all of us as we approach the 2020 national, state, and local elections in November. Let me be clear, I have no intention of publicly endorsing any specific party or any...
This summer the St. Philip Institute Family Life Office launched the first ever Three to Get Married Online Retreat Weekends in English and Spanish. This online retreat was created in response to COVID-19 restrictions and allowed couples to experience this important part of the marriage formation process through a combination of pre-recorded and live group sessions.
The St. Philip Institute Department of Faith Formation recently hosted our annual Catechist Conference. The conference focused on the theme of Building the Domestic Church. The event featured ten talks offered for catechists and parish leaders, five in English and five in Spanish. Over 300 people attended the virtual event and our live Q and A was joined by 50 participants. The talks from the conference are still available here.
Hour 1 of 8-13-20
What you need to know: The CDC is warning that COVID could get really bad this fall – what do we know and what can be done?