Posts tagged with "Diocese of Dallas Synod 2024"
Vocations culture starts at home, Bishop Burns saysMonday, January 30, 2023063 The future of the church in north Texas starts at home, Bishop Edward J. Burns told a room full of participants gathered for a Diocese of Dallas Synod listening session on “Vocations and Ministerial Formation” in the St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church parish hall on Jan. 28.
Dialogue focuses on outreach to non-Catholics, non-practicing CatholicsFriday, November 4, 2022055 Outreach and creating a dialogue were the focus of a Diocese of Dallas Synod listening session held Oct. 29 at the KayCee Club in east Dallas. The session addressed the non-Catholic and non-practicing Catholic population within the diocese.
Embracing truth, celebrating faith with the synodFriday, August 26, 20220190 More than 300 people gathered Aug. 20 at Bishop Lynch High School to dialogue about Catholic social and moral teaching as well as the Church’s role in the world. The discussion was the latest in a series of listening sessions held as part of the preparatory phase of the Diocese of Dallas Synod.
Sessions offer faithful chance to listen as well as be heardThursday, April 7, 2022063 The old adage that there is strength in numbers holds true for the Diocese of Dallas Synod.
A Time for the Listening ChurchFriday, March 11, 20220118 The preparatory phase for the Diocese of Dallas Synod 2024 is entering a new stage in its journey towards diocesan renewal.
Catechetical Sessions and Listening Sessions: What’s the Difference?Thursday, February 24, 2022082 On Feb. 15, the final catechetical session concluded. This represented the end of one phase of the diocesan synodal process and the beginning of another. On March 26, the first public listening session will take place. Because these terms might be unclear, I thought it would be helpful to distinguish between the two and provide more...
Embracing the Apostolic MissionThursday, December 16, 20210106 Past, present and future. Signs of all were present on Dec. 12 at St. Ann Catholic Church as with the celebration of a Mass on the Third Sunday of Advent, which also recognized the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Bishop Edward J. Burns formally opened the preparatory phase of the Diocese of Dallas Synod 2024.
Father Bayer: On synodality and the ‘listening church’Wednesday, December 15, 20210143 You’ve likely heard that Bishop Burns called for a diocesan synod. You’ve probably also heard that Pope Francis called for the Church to reflect on “synodality” as the very “path … which God expects of the Church of the third millennium.” But what is a synod? And is “synodality” even a word?
Journeying together in faithSunday, December 12, 20210248 On Dec. 12, the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Bishop Edward J. Burns celebrated a Mass at St. Ann Catholic Church in Coppell that will officially mark the beginning of the preparatory phase of the Diocese of Dallas synod. While the Mass and accompanying festival in Coppell that day was one of the first public events of the multi-year...
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