New Blogsite: Gulf Coast Catholic

A blogsite dedicated to all things Catholic in Houston

Gulf Coast Catholic is a blogsite that will be serving the Catholics of the the great Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston.  A group of writers got together over a year ago and have been working and planning together to get this site up and running.  I am their Chief Editor and we will be writing on activities, events, apostolates, and other things Catholic that are occurring in Houston area.

We hope you all take a look at it give us some feedback on this new endeavor.

There will be a slight emphasis towards young adult Catholics, but like anything Catholic, there is always something for everyone.

We will be serving the laity and clergy of the Gulf Coast region in establishing a strong, vibrant, and orthodox fellowship among Catholics!

For the Gulf Coast Catholic link click here.

5 Responses to New Blogsite: Gulf Coast Catholic

  1. Patrick says:

    Nice nod to the old Houston Gamblers logo, those were the days. Looking forward to your new blogsite for Houston area Catholics.

  2. Tito Edwards says:


    You are my man!

    Yes, I took the old (and hopefully public domain) Houston Gamblers logo and turned it into the official logo of Gulf Coast Catholic.

    I am still working on the logo, I am going to remove the star and place a cross in its place when I have the time.

  3. Teresa says:

    Excellent site! I will be adding your site to my blogroll.

  4. Jay Anderson says:

    I was just about to write that this looks like a trademark infringement of the Houston Gamblers logo.


    By the way, the leading rusher in Gamblers history is from my hometown of Van, TX – Todd Fowler. His dad was the head football coach of the fighting Van Vandals, and I have to say that I was pretty honored that the jersey number Coach Fowler gave me to wear was Todd’s #46.

  5. Tito Edwards says:




    I’ve changed the color scheme around for the old Gamblers logo. I’ll be replacing the star with a cross sometime in the future.

    And great job in getting the number to wear, especially from his own father!

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