Spiritual Formation

Adult Christian Formation

A development of Bishop Lillibridge's adult Christian formation initiative, a separate site has been developed for various studies designed for churches, small groups and individuals. All the material can be accessed at any time of the year.

Christian Formation - DWTX


Annual Bible Studies

Every year the Diocese of West Texas announces a scriptural theme during the February Diocesan Council weekend and also creates a Bible study for groups to follow. View the published studies here.

Cathedral House Gallery

Cathedral House Gallery, located at the Bishop Jones Center in San Antonio, is a venue for spiritual formation through the arts. The gallery showcases the excellent work of Christian artists and photographers in our diocese and region. Proceeds from sales through the gallery benefit diocesan ministries. Read more here.

Cathedral Park

We invite you to take a nature break at Cathedral Park today or any day. Birdies and fountains and maybe a happy dog or two are waiting for  you. 111 Torcido, San Antonio 78209, at the Bishop Jones Center. Brought to you by God and The Episcopal Church. For more info: www.cathedralpark-dwtx.org

Cathedral Park Meditation Walk

The Cathedral Park Meditation Walk is an opportunity to connect with God through the magnificence of his creation. Cathedral Park is sacred ground; in this place God’s spirit lingers and beckons visitors to partake of his presence made palpable through his creation. The Meditation Walk is a self-guided audio tour of the grounds, located at the Bishop Jones Center in San Antonio. Access the audio files here or by our app.

ReflectionsOnline

ReflectionsOnline is a blog that complements Reflections magazine, which is published two times a year (spring and late fall) by the Diocese of West Texas. Reflections is a spiritual formation magazine, and each issue is centered on a certain topic. ReflectionsOnline serves to dive deeper into each topic, with expanded articles, interviews with the authors, and audio and visual resources. Visit the site at www.reflections-dwtx.org.