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  • Welcome to Saint Maximilian Kolbe!

    We are the Christian Community
    of Saint Maximilian Kolbe,
    a Catholic parish of the
    Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston
    Embracing our many and diverse gifts, we are united in Christ Jesus. Challenged by the teachings of Our Lord, and inspired by the example of our Patron, we strive to serve God, and to minister to others, in prayer, sacrament, faith formation, and charity.


    We always appreciate your generosity! You may easily schedule a regular monthly offertory or make a one time donation to St. Maximilian Kolbe using Faith Direct; our parish code is TX625:

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  • lenten parish mission


    Sunday, February 21st through Wednesday, February 24th, 2016

    Father Robert Weiss, a Passionist priest, will present a mission to our parish family.
    Our Parish Mission will begin on Sunday evening, February 21st at 7:00PM and will  be held each night on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday also at 7:00PM, in the Church.
    Please plan to attend all 4 nights! We kindly ask our ministries to not  schedule other activities during these dates, to offer the time to attend the mission, to be renewed during your Lenten journey.
    On Wednesday evening we will share fellowship together before the Mission at 6:00PM in the Gajowniczek Hall. 
  • The way of the cross

    Each Friday during Lent we  travel the  Way of the Cross.  These “stations” are prayed at 7:00pm in the Church.  We follow the way of Jesus from the time of His  condemnation, to His death, to His burial in the tomb.  Make these Stations part of your own Lenten journey.    

  • Bp. Barron's Lent Reflections

    • The temptations Jesus faced in the desert may seem a little obscure to us, but, in fact, they lie at the heart of all human temptation. They are three classic substitutes for
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