The Parish Post, later known as The Corpus Christi Post, was a privately owned, weekly newspaper covering news and events in the Corpus Christi area Catholic community. It operated from the early 1950s until the end of 1966 and was owned, edited, and published by Allen Baca. Corpus Christi is a coastal city located in South Texas. The city’s namesake is rooted in Catholic tradition, meaning “body of Christ” in Latin. The city also shares the name of the Catholic feast day, The Feast of Corpus Christi. The Post was published every Sunday and documents the cultural events and traditions surrounding the Corpus Christi Catholic community.



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