By Steven Zimmerman Not too long ago, I was photographing stained glass windows in some of the historic churches in El Paso and Juarez. For me, the most striking feature […]
Ysleta Lutheran Mission Human Care, who seeks to change lives through simple acts of kindness, needs your help in meeting the needs of a hungry community.
Prayer resources from the Catholic Diocese of El Paso and San Eli News.
Pope Francis’ prayer to Our Lady, Health of the Sick, to implore her protection during the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic. O Mary, you shine continuously on our journey as a sign […]
The Church of Jesus of Latter-Day Saints cancels all public meetings, including church services.
Vocations are on the decline. It’s becoming harder and harder to find priests, pastors and ministers. There is, however, an answer. I talk about to Pastor Richard Holz and how he came to the ministry.
Baptism: Why is it important? And, why to does the Catholic Church Baptize children?
Chalking the doorway is done as a blessing. A blessing for the home, for those who live there, for those who might come and visit. It’s a reminder of God’s presence in our lives and dedication, to Him, of everything that will happen throughout the year to God.
“It’s like a second Christmas,” said Bianca, a ten-year-old who is looking forward to attending a celebration at her Aunt’s house. “Maybe we get the baby Jesus from the Rosca de Reyes.”
The Beauty and Strength of El Paso’s Orthodox Church is Unmatched. It’s a Must see.
“This day is,” says Pastor Heimer, speaking of Christmas Day, “is the most blessed of them all.”