Stories By Abe Levy

  • From the Archives: Priest was ousted from St. Mary's University in sex case Editor's Note: The story originally published on Feb. 2, 2009 A Marianist priest who became a dean and director of an alumni travel program at St. Mary's University was forced to resign two years ago after his religious order validated a...
  • Hurd upends Gallego in District 23 U.S. Rep. Pete Gallego early Wednesday conceded defeat to GOP challenger Will Hurd in Texas Congressional District 23. Both candidates confirmed they spoke shortly before 1 a.m. to discuss the outcome.
  • Former Miss USA talks recovery to S.A. students Tara Conner, whose beauty queen career crashed in 2006, spoke of addiction, abuse and redemption
  • Named for a saint and founded by Spanish missionaries, this city has a far-reaching religious history noticeable in its downtown landscape.
  • Group provides support for non-verbal, non-ambulatory patients
  • Homeless man leaves beloved legacy Memorial service pays homage to Willie Schooman and his friendship with local youth minister and community.
  • Churches on the rise City's far Northwest Side is adding new congregations and expansion sites to meet the spiritual needs of a rapidly growing area.
  • Bishops celebrate Mass before a packed house at San Fernando Cathedral
  • Coalition of religious, non-profits and government agencies is organizing
  • Compassion urged for migrants San Antonio religious leaders have joined their national peers in calling for a compassionate response to the surge in unaccompanied minors entering the nation's southern border illegally and turning themselves in to border security officials.
  • Home fit for an archbishop ; $1.1 million house is at Assumption Seminary Editor's note: This article was originally published on June 4, 2009. For about 30 years, home to three San Antonio archbishops has been an 800-square-foot apartment above administrative offices at Assumption Seminary. By late summer, the...
  • Interfaith group calls for just, kind policies toward child... SAN ANTONIO — San Antonio religious leaders joined their national peers Wednesday in calling for a compassionate response to the surge in unaccompanied minors entering the nation's southern border illegally and turning themselves in to border...
  • Local Muslims mark end of Ramadan Eid al-Fitr is a festive time to celebrate another year observing the month-long fast.
  • First Unitarian expects repairs to come in time for Sunday services
  • Interfaith gathering prays for peace in the Middle East Prayers for peace in Middle East
  • Parishes will be drop-off points on Aug. 3 and 4
  • Archbishop: treat immigrant children with “traditional... SAN ANTONIO — Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller on Monday released his first comprehensive statement on the thousands of children arriving on the U.S. southern border from Central America, calling it a crisis that “requires a thoughtful,...
  • SAN ANTONIO — Local Jewish, Muslim and Christian congregations plan to pray for peace and healing in the Holy Land at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the University of the Incarnate Word's International Conference Center. The hourlong event will include...
  • Memorial will include the city's five senior rabbis
  • Advocates of access to birth control, however, say it was a setback in Texas, empowering employers to dictate religious views.