Serving the Church in Texas

The bishops speak out

Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo, President of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, and other U.S. bishops visited the Diocese of Brownsville July 2, learning about the issues of family separation at our border with Mexico. Watch their press conference here.

Help for those at the border

As families flee violence and seek safety for their children, we can help. (

Foster Care Support

Join us in supporting the 30,000 children in Texas' foster care system, along with their families. St. Joseph is our holy model! (

A voice of faith

The Texas Catholic Conference of Bishops was established as the fifth state conference in the United States in 1963, during the Second Vatican Council. The diocesan bishops of Texas are the regular members of the TCCB.

Catholic Archives of Texas

The Catholic Archives of Texas is nationally recognized as a resource for discovering the history of the Catholic Church in the Southwest.

Education Department

TCCB Education Department oversees the accreditation of Catholic elementary and secondary schools in the Lone Star State, as part of the state-approved Texas Private School Accreditation Commission (TEPSAC).

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You can get involved in the important issues shaping Catholic life in Texas. Sign up to receive action alerts for public policy efforts, to learn about education webinars and live events, and for updates on our Bishops' public policy work.

Public Policy

The Public Policy staff serve the Bishops before the Texas Legislature, the Texas delegation in Congress, and state agencies.

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Catholic Archives of Texas

Your online resource on the Roman Catholic heritage in the Lone Star State and across the Southwest. History doesn't stand still, so check back frequently for new developments.

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About Us

There are more than 8 million Catholics in Texas. And we are busy!

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Catholic schools in Texas are accredited through the TCCB's Education Department.

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Texas Catholic Conference of Bishops
1600 N. Congress, Suite B
Austin, TX 78701
Mailing address: PO Box 13285, Austin, TX 78711

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Catholic Archives of Texas
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Austin, TX 78723