Tuesday, January 22, 20190121Two Dominican nuns will join the faculty of Mary Immaculate Catholic School in Farmers Branch next fall, adding to the number of women religious already teaching in Diocese of Dallas Catholic schools.
Wednesday, January 16, 2019043As we prepare to embark on another Catholic Schools Week, I have been reflecting on my own Catholic education and the incredible number of people who came together in order to ensure that I could receive the tremendous gifts of the many Catholic...
Wednesday, January 16, 20190101On any given day, the ethnic diversity at St. Joseph’s Catholic School is on full display, with representation from various Spanish-speaking countries and from Asia and Africa.
Tuesday, January 1, 201902Parishes and schools in the Diocese of Dallas are among those that create communities that often feel as close as family. Some students and teachers alike form friendships that last a lifetime. For some staff and faculty at St. Mark the Evangelist...
Two Roman Catholic Jesuit provinces that cover nearly half the U.S. released the names Friday of more than 150 priests and other ministry leaders who were found to have "credible allegations" of sexual abuse made against them dating to the 1950s.
Friday, December 7, 2018
Where can the faithful serve the church as Latinos? That was the question on the minds of thousands after four days of dialogue and fellowship focused them on finding better ways to minister to Hispanic Catholics in the United States. Blanca...Friday, October 5, 2018
Quoting from Pope Francis' apostolic exhortation "The Joy of the Gospel," Archbishop Christophe Pierre encouraged Hispanic Catholic leaders and bishops to continue working toward being an evangelizing church by seeking an encounter with Christ and...Monday, September 24, 2018
A desire to do more, a chance conversation and the support of a parish all added up to provide the spark for an effort to honor United States military members traveling through Dallas.
During Masses on Sept. 22-23 at Prince of Peace Catholic Church...Friday, September 21, 2018
Bishop Emeritus Charles V. Grahmann — who built parishes and schools and who embraced the burgeoning Catholic Hispanic growth in the Southwest, but whose tenure as Dallas bishop was marred by a clergy abuse scandal whose emotional and financial...Tuesday, August 14, 2018