Friday, August 28, 2020015While they couldn’t come together physically, more than 120 families from 17 parishes throughout the Diocese of Dallas united in a shared spirit in July, participating in a weeklong service effort by completing a wide range of works of mercy.
Wednesday, July 22, 20200193The Diocese of Dallas is moving forward with plans to reopen Catholic schools this fall while adhering to social distancing and health guidelines, Superintendent Matt Vereecke said in a statement released July 21.
Friday, July 17, 20200441On July 17, Dallas Catholic Schools Superintendent Matt Vereecke released the following statement, addressing the reopening of schools this fall in light of health and safety guidelines concerning COVID-19.
Despite a shortened Spring athletics season, John Paul II High School added 22 Academic All-State award winners to its list. Baseball (5), Golf (3), Softball (2), Tennis (4), and Track (8) all nominated athletes with 3.5+ GPAs to the TAPPS office,...Tuesday, June 23, 2020
When Kelby Woodard was hired as the founding president of Cristo Rey Dallas in 2014, the co-ed college prep school did not even have a campus. Six years later, the finishing touches are being put in place on a 42,000-square-foot innovation center...Friday, June 19, 2020
Relationships were central to the life and legacy of Father Denis Farkasfalvy, O.Cist. — the second abbot of Irving’s Cistercian Abbey Our Lady of Dallas and the second headmaster of the adjoining Cistercian Preparatory School —who died on May...Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Father George Patrick Monaghan, pastor of Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church in Rockwall and a priest of the Diocese of Dallas for 40 years, died on May 18 of an apparent heart attack, two days after his 67th birthday, his family said.Wednesday, May 20, 2020
As part of an e-Learning assignment, Patty Donovan challenged her seventh-graders at St. Rita Catholic School to write Letters to the Editor addressing at least one positive each has experienced during their “shelter-at-home” time due to...Thursday, May 14, 2020
They came out by the hundreds in sedans and SUVs, convertibles and classic cars, even bicycles. In their hands, they carried posters and card-size envelopes. In their arms they carried bunnies, and their little dogs, too. What was planned to be a...Monday, May 4, 2020