Citations with the tag: TEXAS -- Religion
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- Let It Be.
Kachtick, Keith // Texas Monthly; Mar2001, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p114
Offers a look at the reason behind Texans' interest in Buddhism. Explanation on the notions about Buddhism; Teachings and beliefs of Buddhism; Discussion on Dharma; Influence of Buddhism on the life of the Texans.
- THE DIOCESE OF BEAUMONT: THE STORY OF CATHOLICISM IN SOUTHEAST TEXAS.
Kachtick, Keith // Texas Gulf Historical & Biographical Record; Nov1992, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p39
The article discusses the history of the Catholic Diocese of Beaumont, Texas. Spanish missionaries such as Antonio Margil and Francisco Hildalgo traveled to East Texas to create missions. Following the Texas Revolution, priest John Timon developed a Catholic Diocese in Galveston, Texas and...
- RELIGIOUS DIVERSITY IN A CONSERVATIVE BAPTIST CONGREGATION.
DOUGHERTY, KEVIN D.; BADER, CHRISTOPHER D.; FROESE, PAUL; POISON, EDWARD C.; SMITH, BUSTER G. // Review of Religious Research; Mar2009, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p321
One of the important goals of congregational research is to examine shared religious characteristics at the organizational level. Yet, data collection using key informants and limited questions concerning belief on congregational surveys can potentially mask significant religious diversity...
- JANUARY 19, 1847.
Stone, Ron // Book of Texas Days; 1984, p13
The article highlights a historical event that happened in Texas on January 19, 1847. On January 19, 1847, six Ursuline nuns and their mother superior, Sister Arsene Blin, arrived at the Port of Galveston, Texas from New Orleans, Louisiana. Their mission was to establish a series of schools in...
- Textbook case.
Chancey, Mark A.; Chancey, Mark A. // Christian Century; 11/14/2006, Vol. 123 Issue 23, p12
The article discusses teaching about the Bible in public schools. According to a study performed in Texas, only a minority of public schools that offered a Bible course succeeded in presenting a nonsectarian view. According to the report, Judaism was not given much focus when the Hebrew...
- AN OFFICIAL TEXAS HISTORICAL MARKER, CALDER AVENUE AT WILLOW STREET.
Chancey, Mark A.; Chancey, Mark A. // Texas Gulf Historical & Biographical Record; Nov1973, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p46
The article discusses a historical marker to be erected at the First United Methodist Church in Beaumont, Texas as part of the U.S. bicentennial celebration. The marker will commemorate the work of Methodist clergy in Beaumont throughout the history of Texas. The marker's inscription notes...
- TORCH BEARER, CHURCH BUILDER AND 'PISTOL-PACKING' PRIEST OF THE EAST TEXAS WILDERNESS: REVEREND FATHER VITALUS QUINON.
Chancey, Mark A.; Chancey, Mark A. // Texas Gulf Historical & Biographical Record; Nov1993, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p31
The article profiles French Catholic priest Vitalus Quinon and his work in East Texas. The author discusses the role of French priests as Catholic missionaries in Texas and notes the prevalence of Protestants in the region. Quinon was born in Thizy, France in 1849 and served in the French Army....
- TEMPLE IN THE SUN: ON THE EVE OF THE DIAMOND JUBILEE CELEBRATION OF TEMPLE BETH-EL OF SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS - 1949.
Jacobson, David // Western States Jewish History; Spring2013, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p276
The article discusses the significance of the Temple Beth-El of San Antonio, Texas, as of Spring 2013. According to the article, Temple Beth-El was preparing to celebrate the 75h anniversary of its establishment. The author also discusses the history of the Jewish community in San Antonio,...