Tuesday, February 16, 20210175Due to the extreme weather and dangerous road conditions, many parishes in the Diocese of Dallas have already announced they are closed and that Ash Wednesday services are cancelled. Others will make the decision Wednesday morning. Many churches will distribute ashes at the end of Masses on Sunday. Catholics should check with their...
Friday, February 21, 20200809A listing of Mass times and services offered on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 26, by parishes within the Diocese of Dallas:
Masses at parish: 6:30 a.m., 9 a.m., noon, 6 p.m., 7:30 p.m.
Mass at school: 8 a.m.
Masses: 8 a.m, noon (bilingual), 5 p.m. (Spanish), 7 p.m. (Spanish)
Liturgies of the Word (all in...
Friday, February 20, 201501399The teaching of Christ requires that we forgive injuries, and extends the law of love to include every enemy, (Matt. 5:43-44) yet to forgive for many of us is both difficult and onerous. I suspect our emotional struggle with a bruised ego is the principal reason.
Thursday, March 6, 20140112
By Catholic News Service
Lent is meant to wake up Christians and help them see that God can give them the strength to change their lives and their surroundings, Pope Francis said.
Before receiving and distributing ashes at an evening Mass March 5, Ash Wednesday, Pope Francis gave a homily focused on a line from the prophet...
Wednesday, March 5, 20140206Thousands of Catholics, from teachers, students and parents at Diocese of Dallas schools to workers downtown and in other areas, flocked to Masses across North Texas, initiating the Lenten season by receiving ashes on their foreheads during Ash Wednesday services.
Wednesday, February 12, 20140212With Lent only days away, the Diocese of Dallas’ Office of Youth and Young Adults is once again hoping to help young Catholics get their hands (and foreheads) a little dirty this year.