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, December 7, 20180345Two Roman Catholic Jesuit provinces that cover nearly half the U.S. released the names Friday of more than 150 priests and other ministry leaders who were found to have "credible allegations" of sexual abuse made against them dating to the 1950s.
Saturday, January 20, 20180737Bernardette and Lewis Harvey of Rowlett regularly recall the many reasons for their dedication to Catholic educations for their three children, Cameron, Corbin and Caleb.
The parents, whose children attended five Dallas Catholic schools, said they appreciate the inspiring school leadership and the focus on teaching the faith and values...
Friday, November 3, 20170739When they hit the airwaves for Jesuit College Preparatory School's first radio broadcast of the school's football team in 1998, it took Tom Walsh and Jack Fitzsimmons all of 90 seconds to know something special was happening.
Thursday, March 17, 20160119Jesuit senior midfielder Mabeth Diaz hasn’t let the loss of part of his leg keep him from chasing his dreams and inspiring those around him. Diaz, 17, suffered an injury to his right leg in an all-terrain vehicle accident in July 2010. Regaining athletic skills represented just one facet of the faith and resolve that he demonstrated to...
Tuesday, September 29, 2015095As Pope Francis made his way to Philadelphia, many Dallas Catholics did the same with the hope of catching a glimpse of the pontiff. Deacon Mike Seibold and his wife Cathie of St. Gabriel Catholic Church in McKinney accompanied six other parishioners for the trip, spending a week at the World Meeting of Families prior to the pope’s...
Saturday, June 20, 20150200The experience might have been sweeter when Jordan Spieth was 16, but he didn’t let it show.
He stayed on par with the paradigm that got him here. From conducting a youth golf clinic prior to the AT&T Byron Nelson tournament on May 26, to finishing in a tie for 30th on May 31, Spieth, 21, delighted children and fans of all ages.