This policy statement is a "plain language" explanation. It does not contain a lot of legaleze. It is intended to communicate to you that we will take appropriate measures to protect information you provide. In good faith, no one can absolutely guarantee that information cannot be "hacked." We use Internet service providers who provide state-of-the-art security. The likelihood of a "hack" is low. It is possible.
Our policy is to respect your privacy in accordance with all laws applicable within the jursidiction of governmental bodies over the Houston, Texas area. Moreover, all matters relating to privacy that are covered by policies established by the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston will be observed.
On top of all that, we will enforce privacy policies that exceed the demands of law and Church policy in instances where we are able to determine that greater privacy protection is possible, even if church or government laws/policies do not require us to do so. We invite suggestions regarding privacy matters. Please go to the "Contact us" page to make comments regarding this or other site-related matters.
The owner of this web site is an ordained deacon of the Catholic Church, is accountable to the pastor of St. Thomas More parish and the archbishop of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston. Nevertheless, he is an individual person. He will exercise diligence with regard to the above-stated policy. If you accept the risks associated with the above policies and facts, you may send information to us.
If you provide us with personal information, we will respect that information to the extent reasonably conforming to this policy.
If there is any doubt, please feel free to contact us by some other means (phone, mail, other).