It’s not all work and no play for the seminarians at Assumption Seminary. Like the rest of us, they need breaks too. Sister Jane Mary Gawlik, CSSF, who worked until recently in the Vocations Office, noticed that the pool house and the surrounding pavilion were in need of repair. She petitioned her sister and brother-in-law, Debbie & Wayne Tiemann for help. […]Read More Summer to Be More Fun at Assumption Seminary
What started 10 years ago as a way to help needy Catholic schools has blossomed into a program that has put more than $7 million in the coffers of the schools. “Every week, I would open a letter or get a call from another Catholic school in need,” said President J. Michael Belz. “We wanted to help them all, but […]Read More Sweepstakes Program Surpasses $7 MILLION
Catholic Life’s top sales producers took part in the 2017 Leader’s Conference, held January 20-21, 2017 at the Omni Hotel in San Antonio, Texas. The annual conference provides educational opportunities as well as recognizes top producing Agents. New Products, New Software As part of our commitment to offering members the best product selection, Catholic Life introduced two new products and a […]Read More Leaders Conference Recognizes Top Producers
Catholic Life regularly receives requests for donations from Catholic retreat centers throughout our area of operations. The Circle Lake Family Retreat Center in the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston and the Eagles Wings Retreat Center in the Diocese of Austin are just two centers who have received financial support this year. We support these Centers because we believe that spending time on […]Read More Five Reasons You Should Go On a Retreat.
There’s a new sign identifying our 虚拟货币排行_虚拟货币交home Office in San Antonio. On January 14, we turned on our new sign that stands 60 feet in the air. An electronic message center that is 12 feet by 30 feet tops the sign. According to the Texas Department of Transportation, 220,000 cars pass by our building daily making the Harry Wurzbach and […]Read More Monument Sign Goes Up