Church Picnic Calendar - 2021

I do not know how many events will occur this year, due to concerns about health. I will be posting as information becomes available. And arranging them by date.

June 12, 2021 - Kolache Klobase Festival - Riverside Hall - East Bernard

Sunday, June 13
HALLETTSVILLE: St. Mary’s Church Picnic (1648 FM 340, Hallettsville, TX) with music by Texas Sound Czech from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., J & S Playboys from 2 to 5:30 p.m. and the Red Ravens from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Famous St. Mary’s Stew and Sausage Plates with trimmings and dessert, $10, dine in or to go starting at 10:30 a.m.

Sunday, June 20
MILLHEIM: Barbecue and Father’s Day Celebration at Millheim Harmonie Verein (FM 949 between Sealy and Bellville), music by the Lost Cause Band. Beef, pork and mutton barbecue served 11 to 1:30 p.m., $13 a plate.

Sunday, June 27

(PLUM: Sts. Peter and Paul Church Picnic with music by Ken Brothersfrom 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and Mark Halata and Texavia from 1:30 to 5:30 p.m.)

Sunday, July 4
ST. JOHN: Annual 4th of July Picnic at St. John Parish (7026 FM 957, 6 miles SW of Schulenburg). Mass at 9 a.m., Flag Raising at 10 a.m. Fried chicken and stew meal with all the trimmings for $10, serving starts at 10:30 a.m. Music all day by The Shiner Hobo Band, Dujka Brothers, Red Ravens and Mark Halata and Texavia. Auction, raffle, games for the kids, and more. Fireworks show at 10 p.m.

Sunday, July 18
Moravia Church Picnic at 11:00
MORAVIA: Mark Halata and Texavia with Texas Sound Check at the Moravia Church Picnic, 4 to 8 p.m.

August 1, St. Joseph Catholic Church - Yoakum

August 8, St. Michael's - Weimar

August 15, Praha

August 22, Sts. Cyril and Methodius - Flatonia

September, Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary - Schulenburg

September, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Sunday before Labor Day - Hallettsville

September, Sts. Cyril and Methodius, Sunday before Labor Day - Shiner

September, St. Joseph, 3rd Sunday in September - Moulton

September - St. Wenceslaus - La Grange

September - St. James - Seguin

September - St. John Baptist Catholic Church, 4th Sunday in September - Hallettsville

Gus's Fried Chicken Recipe - The Best Duplication So Far of the Gus's Recipe

I came as close as I have gotten to duplicating the Gus's Fried Chicken recipe. Here follows the latest, updated recipe:

Gus’s Fried Chicken
#1 2020 (Your Baseline Recipe Before You Start Modifying It For Your Personal Tastes)
 24 hour marinade of the following slurry of water, cornstarch and spices. This long period in the fridge tenderizes the chicken breast(s). . Begin the day before you plan to fry the chicken.
(Increase these quantities, depending on how much chicken you plan to make)
1 lb boneless skinless chicken breast cut into three pieces (or, your standard bone-in chicken pieces like Gus’s does. I went with boneless chicken breasts for this recipe because they are a challenge and I thought this would be a good recipe starting point)
1 cup corn starch
¼ cup (4 tablespoons) all purpose flour
1 tablespoon ground black pepper
1 tablespoon sweet paprika
1 tablespoon cayenne pepper
1 teaspoon Kosher salt
1 cup water (note: 1 ½ cups is too much. On my first go, I  actually ended up with 1 ¼ cup water and poured off a little water in the morning that had gathered on top of the marinade and that is how I came up with the 1 cup measurement).

Marinade for 24 hours In the refrigerator, keeping everything refrigerated to protect against bacterial growth. Remove the chicken from the marinade/batter and if everything goes well, the batter/slurry will cling to the pieces. You may need to agitate the batter/slurry to assure that it coats the chicken pieces.

Fry at 325-350 F. Use a neutral vegetable or corn oil. I’ve become a big fan of sunflower oil as it has a high smoke point, but, yeah, vegetable, corn, peanut oils are fine if that is what you have.  I do not recommend canola oil as it smells like frying fish and adds an unpleasant fish taste to fried foods.

Note, when the exterior crust looks perfect, the interior may still be uncooked. Especially if you are doing a variation with other chicken pieces or really large chicken breasts. It is the curse of these huge chickens that they sell now. If you decided to go with a whole chicken, do your best to buy a 2.5-3 lb chicken as this will allow the interior to cook

If it isn't spicy enough, "salt" with Tony Chachere creole seasoning. Next time you make it, increase the amount of cayenne, and/or, add chopped whole serrano chiles or habanero chiles to the marinade.

The long marinade has the effect of making the chicken very moist; even the chicken breasts. Though, as we all know from Kenji Lopez-Alt's articles for Serious Eats, "brining" or long marinades will change the texture of the chicken meat, making it more homogeneous (what Mike Logan, a friend of mine, calls "hammy" in reference to the texture of smoked hams).

I still finish the chicken in the oven to assure that it is cooked throughout.

Temptation may be to make a thicker batter. But I think that for the crispiest crust, a thinner batter is the way to go. Just enough so that it clings.

I used to remove my chicken pieces from the marinade batter with tongs. But I found that this scraped away some of the batter. Now, I just spear the pieces with a fork and drop them into the hot oil.

You can test the quality of your batter by pouring some into the hot oil and frying it up crisp. Taste it and adjust seasonings. If it is too spongy tasting instead of crisp tasting, it may have been too thick and will need to be thinned slightly. 

If you've ever had really good Korean fried chicken, that is similar to the Gus's recipe.

A local Korean chicken place (Toreore) uses this brand of extra crispy batter mix for theirs. You may wish to find it online and buy some to try: Shirakiku brand Extra Crispy Tempura Batter Mix.

Here follow my previous notes, comments and riffs as I continued to work on a Gus's Fried Chicken recipe over the past several years.

(Special Note to My Readers: Also, be sure to check out my other Gus's Fried Chicken postings as these have additional information on spices for this recipe) (Update August 2017: Be sure to see my more recent posts on the recipe and photos from my August 2017 visit)

Today, I came as close as I have gotten to figuring out the Gus's Fried Chicken recipe.

I started this blog back in March of 2013.

It is not the Saveur Magazine recipe and it is not the Nora Jones recipe (the two most common recipes that show up when one does a search on the Internet).

The secret is that it is a slurry. You may want to think of it as a batter, but I think slurry is almost a better description since the cornstarch doesn't really fully blend in with the buttermilk (you need to keep stirring as it does separate out if left sitting). You have to mix corn starch and buttermilk to the right consistency, and then add just the right amount of paprika, cayenne, garlic powder, salt, etc. followed by just enough Louisiana hot sauce to make it work. Too much hot sauce will affect the crispness. It needs to be a slightly thicker batter ( I would describe it as crepe batter consistency, or, a slightly thinner pancake batter). (Although: I also want to try a straight hot sauce and cornstarch experiment, an icewater and cornstarch experiment, and also a whole milk and cornstarch experiment in the future).

I switched to Canola oil for a while ("Canadian oil low acid"), ignoring my personal opinion that Canola oil gives food a fishy smell and taste. But I am back to recommending Crisco oil or peanut oil as my personal preferences. I just don't like Canola oil.
So, here is what needs to come together for this to work.

The important thing is:
Buttermilk - 1 1/4 cups buttermilk to....
Cornstarch - 1 cup corn starch to make the basic slurry
(experiment with reducing the amount of buttermilk to corn starch to make a thicker slurry)
(note: I've tried a water and corn starch slurry but wasn't pleased with the results. I haven't tried a water and egg with corn starch slurry though…the egg would add viscosity)

Update August 2017: It appears that a critical component is a 24 hour soaking in the slurry.

And then you will want to season to taste (I have specifically not given guidelines here as I want you to do your own homework; use your best judgement. Everyone's taste buds are different)

Paprika (this will help darken the chicken, giving it some color; I will usually do 1/4 tsp)
Cayenne (this will add heat; I will usually do a 1/2 tsp)
Black pepper (this will add heat; I will usually do a 1/2 tsp)
White pepper (this will add heat; I will usually do a 1/2 tsp)
Garlic powder (personally I just use a pinch because, for me, garlic powder adds an aftertaste to the chicken; but that is just a personal bias)
Salt (go easy on the salt; you can always add salt at the table)
Louisiana hot sauce (start off with 8 dashes per above buttermilk/cornstarch slurry)
MSG (most commercial chicken has some MSG in it; start off with 1/4 tsp and adjust to your preference with the next batch that you make)

Korean Fried Chicken - Toreore and Beyond - A Collection of Korean Fried Chicken Recipes - 2021


Update 2021. New ownership, and a flour based fried chicken crust. Following notes are from when it was a corn starch crust, original ownership.

This is the "secret" ingredient, but they are using the "extra crispy" version:

Previous comments on Toreore from 2013/2014:

"Today saw me making a pilgrimage to Ranch 99 and Super H-Mart in search of a Park Brand Kim Chee Sauce, mentioned in a recipe for fried chicken. It wasn't available but I took the opportunity to have the Number 6 at Chicken and Joy (aka Toreore or Nonghyup Moguchon) in the H-Mart grocery store. This is the hot, sweet, spicy option. It wasn't Gus's. Not by a long shot. But in terms of flavor it came close. And it was delicious. The chicken is cut fresh and then dipped in a dry mix and deep fried for 15 minutes. It is then tossed with the sauce of your choice. The flour mix has little if any wheat flour in it (I was told ).

It is supposed to be corn flour based. I ordered a serving to go, sauce on the side, picked up some seasoned boneless skinless chicken thighs, some corn flour and also some Maseca. I tried several different versions:

1. Maseca
2. Corn Flour
3. Corn flour with a little wheat flour and a little rice flour

I had the original take-out for comparison. The original from Chicken and Joy had a smoother crust. But it was not a wheat flour based crust. The three of mine were more gritty, with the Maseca being the most gritty of all. But I can confirm that I came close.  I couldn't duplicate their dry mix. But my three attempts would all work perfectly well if tossed with the sweet and spicy Korean sauce. Makes me want to do some research into tempura and/or Korean batters.

Because I could not locate the Park Brand sauce, I bought another kimchi sauce whose first ingredients were chilli powder and garlic.

Photos of the Experiment (Original Chicken and Joy is on the Left) (Without the Sauce)"

1. Maseca

2. Corn Flour

3. Corn Flour with some Rice Flour and Wheat Flour Added

Update - January 2016 - Recipe for a Spicy Crispy Chicken Without Spattering Grease

Spicy Crispy Chicken recipe
I’ve written about my take on Korean Fried Chicken (KFC) before and waxed poetic about how those spicy crispy wings make me swoon, but heating a big pot of oil and double frying wings is not a project that I’d want to undertake on a weeknight.
That’s why I’ve come up with this fast alternative to tame those urgent KFC cravings, on days when I just don’t feel like dealing with a pot full of used oil and a grease spattered stovetop.
Spicy Crispy Chicken recipe
The trick to getting the skin crispy is to throw the chicken into a cold pan with no oil, and then slowly raise the temperature, coaxing most of the oil out of the skin.
Spicy Crispy Chicken recipe
By weighing down the chicken it ensures an even contact patch between the skin and the hot pan, leaving a paper-thin layer of impossibly crisp skin.
Spicy Crispy Chicken recipe
Coated with a sweet and spicy glaze, it makes for the perfect accompaniment to a bowl of steamed rice or a frosty cold beer.
Spicy Crispy Chicken recipe

Marc Matsumoto is the food blogger behind Fresh TastesMarc Matsumoto is a culinary consultant and recipe repairman who shares his passion for good food through his website For Marc, food is a life long journey of exploration, discovery and experimentation and he shares his escapades through his blog in the hopes that he inspires others to find their own culinary adventures. Marc’s been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today, and has made multiple appearances on NPR and the Food Network.

Links to new Fried Chicken postings on the web:

Best Fried Chicken - Insider and Yelp

Their 2016 Recommendations

Church Picnic Calendar - 2020


2020 (Updated 03/12/20 by PolkaBeat Magazine)


26            St. Mary’s Catholic Church
               10471 Grotto Rd.
               Frydek, TX 77474
               (979) 885-3131
Texas Sound Check, 4-8P

26            St. Michael’s Catholic Church
               Spring Festival @ Veterans Park
               410 N. Center St. (church address)
               Weimar, TX 78962
               (979) 725-6714
Polka Mass @ church w/Lost Cause
Music @ Veterans Park
w/Czechaholics & Black Cat Choir,



02              Christ Lutheran Church
                 German Sausage Dinner                
                 35912 Royal Rd.
                 Pattison, TX 77423
                 (281) 934-8218
Al Sulak/Country Sounds, 11A-2P

03             Queen of the Holy Rosary Catholic
                936 FM 2436
                La Grange, TX 78945
                (979) 247-4441
Texas Sound Check, 11A-3P
Czechaholics, 3:30-7:30P

03              St. Anthony de Padua
                 1523 Main St.
                 Danbury, TX  77534-0299
                 (979) 922-1240

03             St. Rose of Lima
                3600 Brinkman
                Houston, TX
                (713) 692-9123

03 St. Mathias
302 S Magnolia Blvd
Magnolia, TX 77355


10             Christ Lutheran Church (Loebau)
                4654 CR 114  
                Lincoln, TX 78948
                (409) 884-0333
Lost Cause, 3-8P

15            St. John the Baptist
                209 E Bell St
                Fayetteville, TX 78940
                (979) 249-7449

17           St. John's Lutheran Church
               FM 60 & FM 111
               Deanville, TX
               (979) 535-4125


24            St. Joseph Catholic Church
               8282 FM 141
               Dime Box, TX 77853
               (979) 884-3100

24           Sacred Heart Catholic Church     
               400 E. Fifth St.
               Hallettsville, TX 77964
               (361) 798-5888

23/24      Sts. Cyril & Methodius Catholic
               306 S. Avenue F
               Shiner, TX 77984-8208
               (361) 594-3836

24            St. Paul Lutheran Church (Serbin)
               1572 CR 211
               Giddings, Texas 78942

24            St. Joseph Catholic Church
               11323 CR 304
               Navasota, Texas 77868
               (936) 894-2223


07            Sacred Heart Catholic Church
                516 South Faires
                Flatonia, TX 78941
                (361) 865-3568

07             Holy Trinity Catholic Church
of Corn Hill

                8626 FM 1105
                Jarrell, TX 76537
                (512) 863-3020


13/14       St. Mary's Catholic Church
                101 Church St
                Windthorst, TX 76389 (near Wichita


14          St Mary’s Catholic Church
               FM Rd 340 #1648
               Hallettsville, TX 77964
               (361) 798-2128

14            St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church
               1010 Lyons Ave.
               Schulenburg, TX 78956
               (979) 743-3117


20            St. Michael's Lutheran
               700 Frio St
               Winchester, TX 78945
               (979) 242-3444

21            St. John the Baptist Catholic Church
               7745 Mensik Rd.
               Schulenburg, TX 78956-5724

28            United Evangelical Church of Christ
               320 Silver Maple W
               Lyons, TX 77863
               (979) 596-1456

28            Fayetteville Brethren Church
               1022 Kramr Rd
               Fayetteville, TX 78940

28 Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church
               126 Plum Church Rd.
               La Grange, TX 78945
               (979) 247-4441

 28           Sts. Cyril/Methodius
               100 N. Brazos
               Granger, TX 76530
               (512) 859-2223               



04             St. John the Baptist Catholic Church
(St. John’s)
                7026 FM 957
                Schulenburg, TX 78956
                (361) 798-5888
                Shiner Hobo Band, Red Ravens,
Dujka Brothers, Texas Dream

05            Sts. Cyril & Methodius Catholic

                FM Road 1383
                Dubina, TX 78956
                (979) 725-8461

12           St. James Catholic Church
              417 N. College St.
              Gonzales, TX 78629-4111

19 Ascension of Our Lord Catholic

              11134 FM 957
              Moravia, Texas 78956
              (361) 798-5888

21 St. Matthew Catholic Church
1608 Campbell Ave
Jourdanton, Texas 78026
(830) 769-3687


24-25    St. Mary of the Visitation Catholic

             205 W. Pecan
             Lockhart, TX 78644
             (512) 398-4649


26          Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Catholic Church

              219 W. Magnolia St.
              Penelope, TX 76676
              (254) 533-2325



02             Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church
                1031 Church Ln.
                Frelsburg, TX 78950
                (979) 732-3430

02             St. Anthony of Padua Catholic

                1004 Magnusson
                Palacios, TX 77465
                (361) 972-2446  

02            St. Joseph Catholic Church          
                210 Schrimscher Street
                Yoakum, TX 77995
                (361) 293-3518

02            Immanuel Lutheran Church        
               310 Seguin Rd.
               La Vernia, TX 78121
               (830) 253-8121

09            St. Michael’s Catholic Church
                410 N. Center St.
                Weimar, TX 78962
                (979) 725-6714

09            St. Mary Church of the Assumption
                Church Address: 301 S. Harrison
                Picnic Address: 2547 Jerry Mashek
                West, TX 76691


15           Assumption of the Blessed Virgin
Mary Catholic Church
               821 FM 1295
               Flatonia, TX 78941
               (361) 596-4674


16           St. Andrew Catholic Church        
               270 St. Andrew St
               El Campo, TX 77437
               (979) 648-2864

16           St. Monica Catholic Church
               6 S Nolan Ave
               Cameron, TX 76520


23           Sts. Cyril & Methodius Catholic
               113 Manchester St.
               Flatonia, TX 78941
               (361) 865-3568

23           St. Mary Catholic Church  
               815 St. Mary's Church Rd.
               Ellinger, TX 78940
               (979) 378-2277



06            Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Catholic Church
(High Hill)
                2833 FM 2672
                Schulenburg, TX 78956
                (979) 743-3117

06             St. John the Baptist Catholic
                209 E. Bell St.
                Fayetteville, TX 78940
                (979) 378-2277

06             Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic

                705 W. Broadway
                Cuero, TX 77954
                (361) 277-9062

06             Sacred Heart Catholic Church     
                400 E. Fifth St.
                Hallettsville, TX 77964
                (361) 798-5888

06             Sts. Cyril & Methodius Catholic
                306 S. Avenue F
                Shiner, TX 77984-8208
                (361) 594-3836

06             St. Mary’s Catholic Church
                8227 County Road 205
                Plantersville, TX 77363
                (936) 894-2223

06              St. Stanislaus Homecoming Bazaar 
                 9175 FM 1371
                 Chappell Hill, TX 77426
                 (979) 836-3030

06              Sts. Cyril/Methodius Parish Bazaar
                 100 N. Brazos
                 Granger, TX 76530
                 (512) 859-2223

06             Holy Cross Lutheran Church 
                 600 FM 1482 Rd
                 Warda, TX 78960
                 (979) 242-3333

06 Holy Trinity Catholic Church
211 W Meyer St.
Falls City, TX 78113
(830) 254-3539


13             Sts. Cyril & Methodius Catholic
                 6633 FM 2269
                 Buckholts, TX 76518

13             St. Mary's of the Assumption
                 301 E. Fourth St.
                 Taylor, TX 76574
                 (512) 352-2175

13              Vsetin Czech Moravian Brethren
                 6095 FM 2314
                 (361) 798-5722

13              Holy Cross Catholic Church
                 1214 Zorn Rd
                 Yorktown, TX 78164
                 (361) 564-2893

13              Holy Rosary Catholic Church 
                 1416 George St.
                 Rosenberg, TX 77471
                 (281) 342-3089

13 Sts. Cyril & Methodius
603 Parrott Ave.
Damon, TX 77430
(979) 742-3383


19-20        St. John Nepomucene
                 401 E. Lampasas St.
                 Ennis, TX 75119

20           St. Joseph Catholic Church
                 601 N. Pecan St.
                 Moulton, Texas 77975
                 (361) 596-4674

20              Holy Trinity (Corn Hill)
                 8626 FM 1105
                 Jarrell, Texas 76537
                 (512) 863-3020

20             St. Wenceslaus (Holman)
                 FM Road 155
                 La Grange, Texas 78945
                 (979) 743-3117

27            St. Joseph
                FM 485, off Highway 53
                Cyclone, Texas 76519
                (254) 985-2280            

27            St. James Catholic Church            
                510 South Camp St. 
                Seguin, TX 78155
                (830) 379-1796

27           Immanuel Lutheran Church
               3801 Cunningham Rd.
               Killeen, TX 76542
               (254) 634-2772

26-27         St. Jerome
                 8825 Kempwood Dr.
                 Houston, TX 77080
                 (713) 468-9555

27            Immaculate Conception Church
               608 Fifth St
               Sealy, TX 77474
               (979) 885-3868

27           St. Mary’s Catholic Church
(String Prairie)
               405 St. Mary’s Road
               Rosanky, Texas 78953
               (830) 839-4580

27 St. Philip the Apostle Catholic
               304 W. Church St.
               El Campo, TX 77437
               (979) 543-3770


03            St. Mary’s Catholic Church (Pin Oak)
               732 FM 2104
               Smithville, Texas 78957
               (979) 542-0217

03           Queen of Angels
               4100 Hwy. 3
               Dickinson, Texas 77539
               (281) 337-2508

03 Trinity Lutheran
808 Louisiana Parkway
Corpus Christi, TX 78404
(361) 884-4041


04            Queen of the Holy Rosary Catholic
                936 FM 2436
                La Grange, TX 78945
                (979) 247-4441

04            Holy Rosary Catholic Church
                8610 FM 2774
                Caldwell, TX 77836
                (979) 535-7704

04            St. Luke’s Catholic Church (Loire)
                3930 FM 536
                Pleasanton, TX 78064
                (830) 393-6021

04            St. Roch Catholic Church (Mentz)
                1600 Frelsburg Rd.
                Alleyton, TX 78935
                (979) 732-3460

04            Sacred Heart Catholic Church
                915 Runneburg Rd.
                Crosby, TX 77532
                (281) 328-4871

04            St. Ann Catholic Church
                14151 US Hwy. 87 W.
                La Vernia, TX 78121
                (830) 779-3131

04            Holy Cross Catholic Church
               2001 Katy Ave.
               Bay City, Texas 77414
               (979) 245-6379

04           St. Matthew the Evangelist
               9915 Hollister St
               Houston, TX 77040
               (713) 466-4030

04            St. John the Baptist
                101 Church
                Hungerford, TX 77448
                (979) 532-4747

04 Ascension Catholic Church
802 Pine St
Bastrop, TX 78602
(512) 321-3552

11            St. Anthony Catholic Church       
               1602 Bowie St.
               Columbus, TX 78934
               (979) 732-2562

11            Holy Cross
                839 Church Street
                East Bernard, Texas 77435
                (979) 335-7551

11             Our Lady of Victory
                1309 E Mesquite Lane
                Victoria, Texas 77901
                (361) 575-4741

11            Church of the Visitation (Westphalia)
                144 County Road 3000
                Lott, Texas 76656
                (254) 584-4983

11             St. Stanislaus
                 1511 Highway 90 South
                 Anderson, Texas 77830
                 (936) 873-2291

11              Peace Lutheran Church
                 941 W Bedford Euless Rd
                 Hurst, TX 76053
                 (817) 284-1677

11 Resurrection Episcopal Church
5909 Walzem Road
San Antonio, Texas 78218
(210) 655-5484

17            Holy Comforter Lutheran Church
               1901 Woodland Hills Drive
               Kingwood, Texas 77339
               (281) 358-6500

17            St. Luke Catholic Church
               2807 Oakdale
               Temple, TX 76502
               (254) 773-1561

17 St. Thomas More
10205 FM 620 N
Austin, TX 78726
(512) 258-1161

18            Guardian Angel Catholic Church
                5610 Demel St
                Wallis, TX 77485
                (979) 478-6532

18            Holy Cross Lutheran Church
                605 Hwy. 77A S.
                Yoakum, TX 77995
                (361) 293-3033

18            St. Ambrose Catholic Church
                8602 Loop 570
                Wall, TX 76957
                (325) 651-7551

18             St. Paul Catholic Church
                204 Mills Street
                Smithville, Texas 78957
                (512) 237-3299

18             St. Mary's
                715 N Main St
                Bremond, Texas 76629
                (254) 746-7789

18             St. Katharine Drexel
                800 FM 1488 Road
                Hempstead, Texas 77445
                (979) 826-2275

18 St. Anne/St. Joseph
CR 622 (Eastgate Community)
Dayton, Texas 77535


25           Sacred Heart Catholic Church     
               580 E. Pearl St.
               La Grange, TX 78945
               (979) 968-3430

25           St. Michael the Archangel Catholic

               9214 Main St.
               Needville, TX 77461
               (979) 793-3787

25            St. Paul Lutheran Church
                201 Veterans Dr.
                Columbus, TX 78934
                (979) 732-2423

25             Sts. Peter & Paul
                936 S Front St
                Bellville, TX 77418
                (979) 865-0676

25 Our Savior Lutheran
5000 W. Tidwell Road
Houston, TX  77091 
(713) 290-9087

25 House of Prayer
14045 Space Center Blvd.
Houston, TX 77062
(281) 488-4439


08              Our Lady of Lourdes
                 105 N. William St.
                 Victoria, TX 77901
                 (361) 575-3813

08 St. Joseph
106 Lalla Rookh at FM 442
Boling, TX 77420
(979) 532-3593