Spiritual Center

 

We are rooted in the certainty that all people were created equal, and remain so, in God's eyes and in ours. We know all beings flourish when treated with dignity and love–it's our common birthright! Thus we strive to serve persons of all races, colors and creeds.

Our foundation is Matthew 25:35, the passage known as the "Corporal Works of Mercy".

Counseling is available from our staff on temporal and spiritual matters.

Catholic Mass is said daily in various locations around our campus and weekly catechism instruction is offered; see the schedule below.

Service
Daniel Cardinal DiNardo blessed the Magnificat Community at the Moran Center Dedication.

Religious in Residence

Our campus is blessed with the working presence of Catholic nuns, priests and deacons, many from the USA and others from Guatemala, Vietnam, India, Africa and the Philippines. The cultural diversity enriches our population and emphasizes that our Catholic Church is part of a universal family.

Chapel at Visitation
Visitation Chapel designed by architect Leslie Elkins
Our Mission
Feed the hungry
Give drink to the thirsty
Clothe the naked
Shelter the homeless
Visit the sick
Visit the imprisoned
Bury the dead
Matthew 25:35

 

Sisters

Meet Our Religious Staff

Mass Schedule

Loaves and Fishes
2009 Congress
Houston, 77002

Sundays, 10 a.m.

A free lunch is served
following Mass

St. Joseph Clubhouse
3307 Austin St.
Houston, 77004

Mondays 3 p.m.

Visitation Chapel
Stuart St.
Houston, 77004

Tue-Wed-Thu 3 p.m.
Fridays 11 a.m.
Saturdays 8 a.m.

Catechism Classes Fridays, 10 a.m. Opus Maria, 3300 Caroline, Houston 77004