Iglesia de Dios Central de San Antonio- Via Delorosa



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3.29.15 Iglesia de Dios Central de San Antonio/ Central Church of God San Antonio, TX Hermana Siomara Osorio.
This is a video recording from our church worship service. I am not making any money from this video.

San Antonio Food Bank Aquaponics Garden – Service for the Community



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Early 2015 Michael Freckleton M.D. a radiologist, and also the San Antonio, Texas West Stake, Stake President, was able to attend a presentation of an aquaponics system at a gardening exposition. With being to participate in medical humanitarian work around the world Michael Freckleton M.D. wondered if this could be the answer to a solution to help bring protein and calories in imbalanced diets that will cause medical problems with lifelong consequences.

Michael Freckleton was familiar with the excellent work that was being done by the San Antonio Food Bank in feeding needy people throughout south central Texas. With the support of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints, Michael Freckleton approached the San Antonio Food bank and offered if they provide the land, they would build a prototype aquaponics systems with the following objectives:

– “Provide a working aquaponics system that would grow plants and fish for use by the food bank.

– Allow the San Antonio, Texas West Stake with hands- on experience with system development, that they might be able to create designs that would be appropriate for use in needy areas, including the developing world.

– Create a beautiful garden for the food bank, where people be able to come and imagine a home-based system in their own back yard.”

Michael Freckleton has referred this is as an “imaginarium” where people could envision what they could do to provide for their own needs.

In the fall of 2016, they began the design of the system and they received approximately a hundred people helping in labor. They also had help in design, and materials from good people who supported their goals. Many provided knowledge and information to help the process. Although the process took longer than expected to be complete by late spring of 2017 the system was ready to “cycle.”

“Cycle is a the process in wherein the water runs from the fish tank into the grow beds and then back again, allowing a culture of naturally occurring bacteria to grow in the beds and maturing the water so that it would be suitable for the fish.”

In the early summer of 2017 over 500 tilapia were introduced and herbs planted in the grow beds. The process will take several months for the grow beds to support a broader variety of pants. In the fall of 2017, winter crops will be introduced. The fish will take nine to twelve months to be able harvest. Tilapia fish are easy to breed in captivity and the hope is to have a renewable source of fish into the future.

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San Antonio Catholic Schools 2016 Commercial – “Traditions”



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Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of San Antonio serve South Texas by educating children from pre-kindergarten through high school. Visit to locate a school near you to schedule a visit. You can also help provide tuition assistance for a child at

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Congolese Catholic Choir of San Antonio



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La ville de San Antonio (Texas, USA) célèbre, chaque année au mois de Juin, la diversité culturelle du Texas. A cette occasion les Catholiques glorifient Dieu pour cette diversité en organisant une Messe au centre de la ville. La Chorale des Catholiques Congolais de San Antonio était invitée à chanter à cette Messe (le 9 Juin 2013).

La Villita San Antonio – One Of The Historic, Fun, Interesting Places To See in Texas



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La Villita is the name of the “original” city of San Antonio that was founded in 1722. It’s now part of downtown San Antonio, which is one of the ten largest cities in the United States.

La Villita is one of the top tourist attractions in San Antonio. Visitors are charmed by its old world setting which includes dozens of small shops and outstanding restaurants. The Little Church of La Villita was built in 1879, serves several denominations and is a favorite site for weddings.

La Villita sits along the San Antonio River, close to the most popular tourist attractions in San Antonio: the River Walk, the Alamo, the Tower Of The Americas and HemisFair Park.

One of the most interesting spots in La Villita is the Arneson River Theater, where tourists can sit in an open air amphitheater and watch productions on stage across the River Walk.

I shot this video with my cell phone during a visit to La Villita in June of 2013.