Discover the Diocese of Brownsville

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Brownsville (LatinDioecesis Brownsvillensis) is aRoman Catholic diocese in Texas. It was founded on July 10, 1965.

The Diocese has the highest percentage of Catholics to total diocese population in the United States: as of 2006 there were 943,611 Catholics among a total population of 1,110,130, or 85.0%.

Bishops

Education

Middle and Elementary schools

The diocese operates the following schools: Guadalupe Regional Middle School, 6-8 (Brownsville); St. Joseph's School, PK-8 (Edinburg); St. Mary's School, PK-6 (Brownsville); St. Luke's School, PK-6 (Brownsville); Our Lady of Sorrows School, PK-8 (McAllen); St. Anthony's School, PK-8 (Harlingen); Incarnate Word School, PK-8 (Brownsville); St. Martin de Porras School, PK-3 (Weslaco); Oratory Academy, PK-8 (Pharr); Our Lady of Guadalupe School, PK-6 (Mission); Immaculate Conception School, PK-8 (Rio Grande City).

High schools

Public Broadcasting

The diocese's radio and television stations are operated under the license name of RGV Educational Broadcasting, Inc.

 

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