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Father Bayer: Signs of Science

Friday, September 6, 2019020 Recently, I accompanied some really awesome students to John Bunker Sands Wetlands Center, which is a beautiful water treatment facility and nature preserve southeast of Dallas. We listened to interesting presentations from the naturalists who care...

Father Gollob: Stamps and Coins

Friday, September 6, 2019016 In the mid 1940s, my father purchased a small house in Tyler for his family before he cast off to the Norfolk Naval Yard to join the crew of the AKA 97, an attack cargo landing craft. He was to be involved in WWII by being in the huge flotilla of...

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Father Bayer: In debate of ideologies, open dialogue needed

By Father John Bayer Special to The Texas Catholic One of the more disappointing things I read in the news recently was that Amazon decided, in response to a petition from LGBTQ activists, to stop selling books by Dr. Joseph Nicolosi, a Catholic... Thursday, August 22, 2019

Father Esposito: The Areopagus as the model for dialogue

For any flower to blossom fully, its roots must be nourished continuously and grounded in good soil. This simple fact of nature highlights, by analogy, the spiritual necessity of drawing constant inspiration from the first days and heroes of the... Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Vereecke: Take time to recognize accomplishments of recent graduates

Within the Diocese of Dallas, we have two very important goals for Catholic schools: we want to make sure that every student entrusted to our care has the ability to reach college and heaven. It could be argued there is no better time to assess... Wednesday, July 10, 2019

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