New Building Benefits Seafarers Visiting Point Comfort
by Susan Huppert, NAMMA Visions of growth and a strong will can spur real development. That’s the case in a small Texas port northeast of Corpus Christi. At Point Comfort, ship visitor Rhonda Cummins began visiting international crews who docked there about four years
Christmas in Corpus Christi
Article audio (courtesy of Don Sheets) by Susan Huppert, NAMMA It can be lonely to celebrate Christmas at sea. When a cadet at sea looks out the small window of his cabin on Christmas Eve and sees only the reflection of the moon on a
Bishop Cahill Celebrates Mass with Seafarers in Port
by Susan Huppert, NAMMA Thanksgiving filled the bridge of M/V Bow Star as the Reverend Brendan J. Cahill, bishop promoter for Stella Maris celebrated Mass with 13 Filipino seafarers at Point Comfort, Texas, the first week of November. “It was a
Welcome to Point Comfort!
By Susan Huppert, NAMMA Smaller ports are significant when the measure is not volume of cargo or the speed of exchange, but care for seafarers. Seafarers' welfare work in the Port of Point Comfort, Texas, with only five deepwater berths and