Posts tagged with "Vocations"
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.
Bishop's Annual Appeal: Your gift can impact countless livesThursday, January 26, 2023044 The 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...
‘A wonderful, glorious day’Wednesday, June 8, 20220626 Trumpets blared while a standing-room only crowd of the faithful sang out “Hallelujah” as Bishop Edward J. Burns welcomed six men as new priests for the Diocese of Dallas during an ordination Mass June 4 at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Frisco.
Bishop ordains 17 men as permanent deaconsWednesday, May 25, 20220477 Calling it a privilege and an honor, Bishop Edward J. Burns ordained 17 men as permanent deacons for the Diocese of Dallas during a Mass celebrated May 21 at St. Gabriel the Archangel Catholic Church in McKinney.
Answering the call to serveFriday, May 20, 20220305 He calls it a stirring, that visceral feeling that God was calling him to do more. He first felt it 16 years ago but as he looks back to that time, he knows he wasn’t ready. Chris Schraeder of McKinney, one of the 17 candidates scheduled to be ordained to the diaconate on May 21, said he feels ready now.
'I feel like God has blessed me'Thursday, May 19, 20220240 A former Southern Baptist who converted to Catholicism nearly 30 years ago is scheduled for ordination into the diaconate on May 21. Daryl Avery, a Texan since birth, is one of 17 permanent deacon candidates and calls St. Monica in Dallas his parish home.
Vatican releases pope's message for World Day of Prayer for VocationsThursday, May 5, 2022038 The Christian vocation is for all members of the church to work together and show that one human family united in love is not a utopia but is the reason God created humanity, Pope Francis said.
Cycling seminarians' trek promotes vocationsTuesday, August 24, 2021074 With tired legs but lively spirits, six seminarians from St. Charles Borromeo Seminary got to know about 40 parishioners and guests of Epiphany of Our Lord Church in South Philadelphia in early August, when they ended their first day of the Biking for Vocations.
Seminarians take to the streets to share faith, hopeMonday, July 19, 20210643 Communion. This word best captures my experience of collaborating with Christ in the City while encountering the poor on the streets of Dallas. For three weeks our group of seminarians and lay missionaries started and ended every day communing with God in prayer, most especially at Mass. We lived a joyful and robust community life...
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