Monday, May 22, 20230233The sanctuary at St. Jude Catholic Church in Allen was packed May 20 as Bishop Edward J. Burns joined by Auxiliary Bishop Greg Kelly and their brother priests of the Diocese of the Diocese in coming together to celebrate the ordination of eight men to the priesthood.
Sunday, May 21, 2023035It took a few attempts to get the paper to light but that didn’t diminish the jubilation on May 7 as parishioners at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Commerce came together to celebrate a major milestone for their parish.
Saturday, May 6, 20230158Bishop Edward J. Burns addressed the faithful of the diocese "with a heavy heart" late May 6 after at least eight people, including a child, were killed during a mass shooting that afternoon at an outlet mall in Allen, Texas.
Tuesday, March 14, 202304039With St. Patrick’s Day falling on a Lenten Friday this year, Bishop Edward J. Burns has issued a dispensation from abstinence on March 17, allowing the faithful to enjoy the American Irish tradition of eating corned beef (or ham) and cabbage in good conscience.
Thursday, January 26, 2023044The Diocese of Dallas is truly an incredible and faithful Catholic community, full of volunteers, teachers, diocesan and parish ministry staff members, and clergy serving our diocese every day. We are blessed in the Diocese of Dallas and you will often hear Bishop Burns share that as the Diocese continues to grow so does the urgency in...
Friday, December 30, 2022074With “Connections of Faith,” we invite you to follow the story of how the diocesan televised Mass was born, how it grew to meet the needs of the faithful during uncertain times, and how it has evolved into its own homebound ministry to continue to serve the people of the Diocese of Dallas and beyond.
Wednesday, December 14, 2022060One of the privileged places of encountering Jesus is in the Sacrament of Reconciliation, Confession. In order to approach him in Confession, we have to turn and face the very things in our hearts that are most unworthy of him, that we would prefer to hide from him, and hide from ourselves, the sins and patterns of sinfulness that weigh...
Thursday, December 8, 20220771Katy Kiser, an award-winning strategic communications professional with more than 20 years of experience in the field, has been named the new director of communications for the Diocese of Dallas. She comes to the diocese after spending the past seven years as the communications director for CHRISTUS Health System.