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John 3:16
 “For God so loved the 
world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. For God did not sed his Son 
into the world to condemn the world, but in order that the world might be saved through him. 
OUR MISSION SINCE 2009... 
To Bring Young People in Detention Victory Over 
All Types of Addiction and to Assist in Their 
Recovery. We Strongly Promote a Pro-L ife 
Agenda in Our Young Adults Through the
Word of Our Lord Jesus Christ...
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     Central Texas Chaplains Ministry 
  operates entirely from God's gifts 
 & the efforts of our volunteers and 
 their personal financial resources.
 "Can Our Children Enjoy 
the Accomplishment     
ofResponsibility         
Without Good Parenting?"  
                                                        POPE FRANCIS 2018
  CENTRAL TEXAS CHAPLAINS 
CENTRAL TEXAS CHAPLAINS PROUDLY 
ROCOGNIZE THE DOMINCAN SISTERS of MARY
Central Texas Chaplains 
Welcomes the "Religious House" at the Dominican Sisters of Mary Convent in Georgetown, Tx. 
This Convent will eventually house over 50 Dominican Sisters of Mary. We welcome and enthusiasticly support them and we also thank our current Bishop, the Most Reverend Joe Vásquez....
God bless you all!
CENTRAL TEXAS CHAPLAINS 
JOINS JESUS CHRIST IN THE BLESSING OF OUR VETERANS AND THEIR SERVICE. THIS COMMITMENT IS ONE OF INCREDIBLE CHARACTER AND SACRIFICE. 


“Maestro, ¿cuál es el gran mandamiento en la Ley?” Jesús les ayuda, “Amarás al Señor tu Dios con todo tu corazón, toda tu alma y toda tu mente. Este es el gran y 1er mandamiento. 2º es así: Amarás a tu prójimo como a ti mismo "
Karla Castellanos 2019​
                              Austin, Texas
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DISPARITIES  in  
HISPANIC JUVENILES  IN DETENTIONS
Latino juveniles are 65 percent more likely to be detained or committed than their white peers, according to data from the Department of Justice collected in October 2018. In 37 states, Latino youth are more likely to be in custody than white youth.