Wednesday, March 11, 20200850Two Dallas Catholic school campuses and a parish have closed after a person showing symptoms of COVID-19 had come into contact with individuals at those school and church communities, school and Diocese of Dallas officials said Wednesday.
Thursday, May 2, 20190321Twenty-five North Texas churches, schools and community organizations received $1.16 million in grants and tuition assistance from The Catholic Foundation during its annual spring grant ceremony yesterday at Holy Trinity Seminary.
Friday, July 20, 20180275Students from Bishop Dunne Catholic School, Bishop Lynch High School, Cistercian Preparatory School, John Paul II High School and Ursuline Academy traveled to Costa Rica as part of the Diocese of Dallas Youth Mission Trip on June 10-22.
Sunday, June 17, 20180323We derive our words “graduate” and “graduation” from the Latin gradus, meaning “step” or “degree” (as in stages or metrics, not a pun connected to the granting of a diploma). The sense, of course, is that new graduates have taken a step forward and are moving up the ladder of achievement. The sunny buoyancy of parents...
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In his sixth homily for the Vigil of Christmas, St. Bernard suggests how we might best prepare for the coming of Christ into our hearts. He contrasts the newness of Christ with the novelties of this world. By always seeking what is new, we merely scratch our itch for more excitement, for more sensory intellectual stimulation. Yet the...
Thursday, May 7, 20150111Students and faculty members at Cistercian Preparatory School have participated in the pro-life movement for a number of years, but it was only in April 2014 that the school formally organized its student-run pro-life club.