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On Nov 29, Bishop Edward J. Burns, local clergy, and over a thousand Catholics gathered at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catho...
11/30/2023

On Nov 29, Bishop Edward J. Burns, local clergy, and over a thousand Catholics gathered at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church in Plano to celebrate a special Mass dedicating the parish’s new church building.

“We are very excited that this beautiful new church will be an evangelical opportunity for us to reach out to not only the inactive Catholics but to those who are not churched at all,” said Deacon Mike Seibold, a deacon at the parish. “This building will be here long after we are gone, and we pray our grandchildren and great grandchildren will be worshipping in it.”

Read the full story in the Jan. 12 print edition of The Texas Catholic.

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As we gather together today in gratitude and joy, we are reminded of the abundant blessings that surround us. Thanksgivi...
11/23/2023

As we gather together today in gratitude and joy, we are reminded of the abundant blessings that surround us. Thanksgiving is a time of reflection, a moment to pause and offer our heartfelt thanks to God.

In the spirit of this day, let us remember that gratitude is a virtue that springs from a humble heart. It is not merely about acknowledging the good things in our lives, but about recognizing our Heavenly Father from whom every blessing flows.

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at The Texas Catholic.

The community of Pastoral Juvenil Hispana joyfully came together Nov. 18 at The National Shrine Cathedral of Our Lady of...
11/21/2023

The community of Pastoral Juvenil Hispana joyfully came together Nov. 18 at The National Shrine Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe to mark its 40th anniversary with a Mass celebrated by Bishop Edward J. Burns followed by a reception in the Grand Salon.

Want to learn more about Pastoral Juvenil Hispana De Dallas Tx. in the Catholic Diocese of Dallas? Listen to an interview with Edith Torres, Diocese of Dallas Associate Director of Outreach and Diversity, on the most recent episode of The Texas Catholic's "Voices of Faith" podcast at https://shorturl.at/bC568.



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A successful music career. A dynamic law practice. An active faith. With David Small, excellence is the word. Small's ac...
11/21/2023

A successful music career. A dynamic law practice. An active faith. With David Small, excellence is the word. Small's accomplishments in life, though, are more than just show; they are rooted in a very personal faith. Read more about David Small in our latest "Faces of Faith" feature at http://www.texascatholic.com/2023/11/21/a-servants-heart-fuels-life-of-faith-and-service/

"Faces of Faith" is a regular feature in The Texas Catholic that highlights parishioners at the various parishes throughout the Diocese of Dallas and how their faith has impacted their lives and the lives of others. Know someone who you’d like to see featured, let us know by submitting their name, parish and a little bit about them at [email protected].



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In his most recent column for The Texas Catholic, Father John Bayer, O. Cist., writes that Bishop Edward J. Burns wants ...
11/18/2023

In his most recent column for The Texas Catholic, Father John Bayer, O. Cist., writes that Bishop Edward J. Burns wants the Catholic Diocese of Dallas synod "to catalyze many wonderful things — and one of those is to energize the faithful, including the next generation of lay leaders, to step up and share in the mission of the Church."

"As we gear up for the synod in 2024, and for the many years of hard but wonderful work that will come afterward," Father Bayer writes, "it is important to think about what those lay leaders will look like."

Read more at http://www.texascatholic.com/2023/11/02/father-bayer-lay-engagement-in-the-synod-and-beyond/

A new SmartLab at St. Pius X Catholic School offers more than just state-of-the-art technology to students. It also help...
11/17/2023

A new SmartLab at St. Pius X Catholic School offers more than just state-of-the-art technology to students. It also helps provide lifelong learning skills that will benefit students beyond the walls of the east Dallas school. The school unveiled its new SmartLab Nov. 12.

Read more in the Nov. 17 print edition of The Texas Catholic or online at https://shorturl.at/vLTY5.



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Father Alfonse Nazzaro celebrated Mass at Mary Immaculate Catholic Church in Farmers Branch on Nov. 14, honoring the dec...
11/16/2023

Father Alfonse Nazzaro celebrated Mass at Mary Immaculate Catholic Church in Farmers Branch on Nov. 14, honoring the deceased members of the Knights of Columbus Council 5052 over the past year. The Knights of Columbus Assembly 2144 4th Degree Honor Guard was present for the Mass. The names of the 10 deceased Brother Knights who were added to the perpetual memorial plaque. Two hundred and four names were read aloud, and a moving homily was provided by the Knights' chaplain.

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The community of Pastoral Juvenil Hispana will come together Saturday, Nov. 18, for its 40th Anniversary Celebration Mas...
11/15/2023

The community of Pastoral Juvenil Hispana will come together Saturday, Nov. 18, for its 40th Anniversary Celebration Mass with Bishop Edward J. Burns at The National Shrine Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

Listen to the most recent episode, "Celebrating Culture and Faith," of The Texas Catholic's "Voices of Faith" podcast at http://www.texascatholic.com/podcast/ to hear more about this amazing ministry.

Members of Dallas Area Interfaith and the St. Pius X Catholic Church community came together in cooperation with the Dal...
11/15/2023

Members of Dallas Area Interfaith and the St. Pius X Catholic Church community came together in cooperation with the Dallas Police Department to participate in a community walk on Nov. 4.

Read more in the Nov. 17 print edition of The Texas Catholic or online at https://shorturl.at/txG68



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Despite his Sept. 25 retirement as a Chicago auxiliary, Bishop Joseph N. Perry may continue to serve as chairman of the ...
11/15/2023

Despite his Sept. 25 retirement as a Chicago auxiliary, Bishop Joseph N. Perry may continue to serve as chairman of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Ad Hoc Committee Against Racism, completing the term he began in May. The bishops voted Nov. 14 during their fall plenary assembly in Baltimore to approve a one-time suspension of their handbook rules prohibiting a retired bishop from serving as a committee’s chairman.

Read more at https://shorturl.at/exGTU

Coinciding with the observance of November as Black Catholic History Month, history was made in the Catholic Diocese of ...
11/14/2023

Coinciding with the observance of November as Black Catholic History Month, history was made in the Catholic Diocese of Dallas on Nov. 11 as a new court for the Knights of Peter Claver Ladies Auxiliary was established at Holy Cross Catholic Church. On Nov. 12, members of the Knights of Peter Claver Ladies Auxiliary St. Josephine Bakhita Court 414 joined by state and national representatives attended a celebratory Mass at Holy Cross with Father Elmer Herrera-Guzman celebrating.

Find more images from the celebration in the photo gallery at www.TexasCatholic.com.



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“At the beginning of our plenary session, we beg for wisdom because we recognize that we are servants of the truth and c...
11/14/2023

“At the beginning of our plenary session, we beg for wisdom because we recognize that we are servants of the truth and charged to find ways to help those entrusted to our care welcome that truth, see its logic, and embrace the way of life that Christ holds out for us," prayed Archbishop Timothy P. Broglio of the U.S. Archdiocese for the Military Services, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, as he led his brother bishops in prayer for wisdom as they began their fall plenary assembly in Baltimore Nov. 13 with a Mass for peace.

Read more at http://www.texascatholic.com/2023/11/14/u-s-bishops-open-fall-assembly-with-prayer-reflection-and-a-mass-for-peace/

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“Today, we gathered to honor our American veterans for their love of country and willingness to sacrifice for our common...
11/11/2023

“Today, we gathered to honor our American veterans for their love of country and willingness to sacrifice for our common good,” said Nicholas Blair, Grand Knight for Council 12021 of the Knights of Columbus Dallas Diocese Chapter, on Nov. 10th at the 25th Annual Veterans Day Parade in Richardson.

Community members lined the streets to cheer and wave their American flags in celebration of American veterans as the parade passed by them. Beginning at Saint Paul the Apostle Catholic Church and ending by the flagpole of Saint Paul Catholic Classical School in Richardson, the parade featured several prominent community members, including Father John Szatkowski of St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church, Mayor Bob Dubey and the city council of Richardson, and several veterans who have bravely served the country.

Look for more images in the Nov. 17 print edition of The Texas Catholic.



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More than 60 young men and their families joined Bishop Edward J. Burns, Auxiliary Bishop Greg Kelly, seminary rector Fa...
11/09/2023

More than 60 young men and their families joined Bishop Edward J. Burns, Auxiliary Bishop Greg Kelly, seminary rector Father Vincent Anyama, seminarians, and a number of diocesan priests on Nov. 7 for the Catholic Diocese of Dallas St. Andrew's Dinner at Holy Trinity Seminary. Attendees participated in the prayer life of the seminary and of priesthood, praying evening prayer, adoration in front of the Blessed Sacrament and having a shared meal.

“They truly entered the life the disciples lived with Jesus throughout scripture,” said Father Mark Garrett, director of vocations for the diocese. “That experience of community and fraternity is something I hope they walk away with from the dinner. However, I hope they also realize now that discerning the call to priesthood is not only a serious endeavor, but one which every one of them is called to do."

Read more in the Nov. 17 print edition of The Texas Catholic.



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Twenty women were honored this past weekend as Diocesan Women of the Year at the 2023 Dallas Diocesan Council of Catholi...
11/06/2023

Twenty women were honored this past weekend as Diocesan Women of the Year at the 2023 Dallas Diocesan Council of Catholic Women’s Annual Assembly. The event, which took place on Nov. 4 at St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church, recognized the integral roles these women play in the life of their churches.

2023 Women of the Year: Ann Hanson, All Saints in Dallas; Arlene Alexander, St. Pius X in Dallas; Cindi Brickett, St. Michael the Archangel in Grand Prairie; Donna Trautman, St. Patrick in Denison; Janie Guerrero, St. Cecilia in Dallas; Joan Swirczynski, St. Anthony in Wylie; Josie Egan, St. Francis of Assisi in Lancaster; Lucy Tafalla, CDA Court Mary Immaculate #1719 in Dallas; Maria Dempsey, Our Lady of the Lake in Rockwall; Mary Ann Schumacher, St. Mark in Plano; Mary Camarillo, St. Pius X in Dallas; Mary Ellen England, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Plano; Mirsha Pacheco, St. Joseph in Richardson; Norma Hennessy, CDA Court Our Lady #2337 in Dallas; Patti Fitch, St. Paul the Apostle in Richardson; Ronda Reddy, St. Patrick in Dallas; Rose Blake, Holy Family of Nazareth in Irving; Silvia Morales, St. Bernard of Clairvaux in Dallas; Teresa Holmes, St. Francis of Assisi in Lancaster; and Theresa Sutton, St. Francis of Assisi in Frisco.

Look for more coverage in the Nov. 17 print edition of The Texas Catholic and find more photos in the photo gallery at TexasCatholic.com.



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Every year the U.S. Catholic Church dedicates a week in November to pray for and promote vocations to the priesthood, th...
11/05/2023

Every year the U.S. Catholic Church dedicates a week in November to pray for and promote vocations to the priesthood, the diaconate and consecrated life through prayer and education. This year National Vocation Awareness Week is Nov. 5-11, and Catholic organizations, dioceses, schools and local parish communities are sponsoring events and providing different resources to raise awareness for vocations, and help those who are discerning a vocation, particularly one to ordained ministry or consecrated life.

Read more at http://www.texascatholic.com/2023/11/05/u-s-catholics-urged-to-promote-encourage-pray-for-vocations-nov-5-11/

And read a special column about answering the call from Father Mark Garrett, Catholic Diocese of Dallas director of vocations, at http://www.texascatholic.com/2023/10/19/answering-the-call-to-come-follow-me/

Members of Dallas Area Interfaith and the community of St. Pius X Catholic Church, Dallas (Official Page) came together ...
11/04/2023

Members of Dallas Area Interfaith and the community of St. Pius X Catholic Church, Dallas (Official Page) came together in cooperation with the Dallas Police Department UNIDOS initiative to participate in a community walk alongside Auxiliary Bishop Greg Kelly, DPD Police Chief Eddie Garcia, and local police officers on Nov. 4. The walk allowed residents in the neighborhoods around St. Pius X to share their comments and concerns with parish and law enforcement representatives while helping to promote trust, communication, and collaboration between law enforcement and the neighboring community.

The faithful came together at Calvary Hill Cemetery on Nov. 2 for the celebration of Mass and a gathering in remembrance...
11/04/2023

The faithful came together at Calvary Hill Cemetery on Nov. 2 for the celebration of Mass and a gathering in remembrance of the faithful departed.

"Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them."

Look for more images in the November print edition of Revista Católica Dallas and the Nov. 17 print edition of The Texas Catholic.



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The community of All Saints Catholic School came together Nov. 1 for an all-school Mass in observance of the Solemnity o...
11/01/2023

The community of All Saints Catholic School came together Nov. 1 for an all-school Mass in observance of the Solemnity of All Saints. Following the celebration of Mass, students enjoyed a day full of activities learning more about the different saints.

"All you Holy Men and Women, Pray for us!"



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Auxiliary Bishop Greg Kelly joined the community at St. Patrick Catholic Church of Dallas  and members of Respect Life M...
11/01/2023

Auxiliary Bishop Greg Kelly joined the community at St. Patrick Catholic Church of Dallas and members of Respect Life Ministries throughout the Catholic Diocese of Dallas on Oct. 28 as he celebrated the Catholic Pro-Life Community Bilingual Respect Life Mass. Following the Mass, a ministry fair was held at the parish, allowing the various pro-life ministries to highlight their missions and activities.



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A cold and windy start to the day didn't dampen the spirits at the annual Bishop's Invitational Golf Tournament as sunny...
10/30/2023

A cold and windy start to the day didn't dampen the spirits at the annual Bishop's Invitational Golf Tournament as sunny skies and even sunnier dispositions once again prevailed at Stonebriar Country Club in Frisco. Since the inaugural golf tournament in 2011, the Bishop’s Invitational has raised more than $7 million to provide need-based tuition assistance for K-8th grade students attending Catholic Schools in the Catholic Diocese of Dallas. Thank you to CHRISTUS Health for your generosity as the title sponsor, to event chairs Kara and Peter Gehan, to all who donated to fund tuition assistance, to all the golfers, and to the volunteers! We are so proud of our students for representing their schools well, and grateful for they many supporters who made it possible for even more students to attend our wonderful Catholic schools!



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A celebratory spirit was on display Oct. 25 at All Saints Catholic Church as The Catholic Foundation awarded $1.03 milli...
10/26/2023

A celebratory spirit was on display Oct. 25 at All Saints Catholic Church as The Catholic Foundation awarded $1.03 million to 26 schools, parishes, and community organizations during its 2023 fall grant ceremony. Over time, The Catholic Foundation has provided more than $267 million in grants to religious, charitable and educational organizations. In 2022, The Catholic Foundation awarded more than 2,500 grants totaling $19.4 million.

Read more in the Nov. 3 print edition of The Texas Catholic. Find more images in the photo gallery at www.texascatholic.com.



St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church Holy Trinity Catholic School-Dallas All Saints Catholic Community St Jude Chapel-Downtown St. Mary's Catholic Parish Mary Immaculate Catholic School St. Joseph Catholic School, Richardson TX Catholic Schools Diocese of Dallas Society of St. Vincent de Paul North Texas Holy Family Catholic Academy St. Anthony Catholic Parish Wylie, TX Revista Católica Dallas Catholic Diocese of Dallas Mary Immaculate Catholic Church University of Dallas St. Martin of Tours Catholic Parish

Fueled by a volunteer spirit, a growing ministry at Holy Trinity Catholic Church - Dallas, TX looks to nourish both body...
10/25/2023

Fueled by a volunteer spirit, a growing ministry at Holy Trinity Catholic Church - Dallas, TX looks to nourish both body and soul. Open three days a week, the Holy Trinity Center food pantry, located on the campus of the Uptown Dallas parish, provides a lifeline to thousands in need in its community each year. Read more at http://www.texascatholic.com/2023/10/23/holy-trinity-center-food-pantry-provides-lifeline-to-those-in-need/

And visit https://www.htccd.org/holy-trinity-center to learn more about this wonderful ministry.



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“There’s this suggestion of wide-open space, this blue sky. The sun is shining. There’s movement of the birds. We don’t ...
10/24/2023

“There’s this suggestion of wide-open space, this blue sky. The sun is shining. There’s movement of the birds. We don’t know where they’re going or where they’ve been, which is part of the story of hope—that it’s ongoing,” said Deborah Boschert, 2023 winner of the The Catholic Foundation Art on the Plaza competition.

Boschert’s original piece, an art quilt collage titled “Looking Up,” depicts the sunny scene described above. The piece represents this year’s competition theme: hope.
“Looking Up” was presented at a dedication ceremony on Oct. 24 and will remain on display for one year on the Catholic Foundation’s public art wall near The National Shrine Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

Read more in the Nov. 3 print edition of The Texas Catholic.



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A Time of Celebration and Joy! Both Notre Dame School of Dallas and the School Sisters of Notre Dame marked major milest...
10/23/2023

A Time of Celebration and Joy! Both Notre Dame School of Dallas and the School Sisters of Notre Dame marked major milestones with the celebration of a Mass by Bishop Edward J. Burns at The National Shrine Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe on Oct. 7. Read more at http://www.texascatholic.com/2023/10/20/a-time-of-joy-and-celebration/



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“Only in Christ do we find real love, and the fullness of life. And so I invite you today to look to Christ. When you wo...
10/22/2023

“Only in Christ do we find real love, and the fullness of life. And so I invite you today to look to Christ. When you wonder about the mystery of yourself, look to Christ who gives you the meaning of life.” -- St. John Paul II, pope

Today, we celebrate the feast of Saint John Paul II, pope. On Oct. 19, the community of John Paul II High School celebrated its all-school Mass in honor of its namesake saint. This year, the celebration was particularly special, as the relic of St. John Paul II sat on the altar for the school community to see.

Read more at http://www.texascatholic.com/2023/10/22/celebrating-the-feast-of-st-pope-john-paul-ii/.



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Amid wars in the Holy Land and Ukraine, this year’s World Mission Sunday is “even more important” than ever, said an exe...
10/21/2023

Amid wars in the Holy Land and Ukraine, this year’s World Mission Sunday is “even more important” than ever, said an executive from the U.S. offices of the Pontifical Mission Societies. Pope Francis’ theme for the 2023 World Mission Sunday is “Hearts on fire, feet on the move,” which recalls the encounter between two disciples and the risen Christ on the road to Emmaus (Lk 24:13-35). The universal Catholic Church will mark the observance Oct. 22.

Read more at http://www.texascatholic.com/2023/10/20/world-mission-sunday-called-even-more-important-amid-wars-in-holy-land-ukraine/

And learn more about World Mission Sunday at https://www.cathdal.org/secondcollections.



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Bishop Edward J. Burns celebrated a Mass in observance of the feast day (Oct. 18) of El Señor de los Milagros (The Lord ...
10/20/2023

Bishop Edward J. Burns celebrated a Mass in observance of the feast day (Oct. 18) of El Señor de los Milagros (The Lord of the Miracles), patron of Peruvian residents and immigrants, at The National Shrine Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe on Oct. 15. It marked the first time that a Dallas bishop has celebrated such a Mass at the National Shrine Cathedral for the community. As part of the celebration, Bishop Burns received a plaque from the Peruvian Consulate, presented by Liliana Trelles, counsel.



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As National Vocation Awareness Week (Nov. 5-11) draws near, Father Mark Garrett, the Catholic Diocese of Dallas director...
10/20/2023

As National Vocation Awareness Week (Nov. 5-11) draws near, Father Mark Garrett, the Catholic Diocese of Dallas director of vocations, writes that "at the depth of every human heart is a vocational calling. It is the echo of Christ’s voice speaking to His people where we cannot help but listen and follow after Him." Read more from Father Garrett at http://www.texascatholic.com/2023/10/19/answering-the-call-to-come-follow-me/

And visit www.dallasvocations.org for information about the Office of Vocations upcoming St. Andrew's Dinner and Marian Brunch.



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Warning against a humanitarian catastrophe in Gaza and ongoing conflicts elsewhere, Pope Francis has called for a day of...
10/19/2023

Warning against a humanitarian catastrophe in Gaza and ongoing conflicts elsewhere, Pope Francis has called for a day of fasting, penance and prayer for peace in the world Oct. 27. "War does not solve any problems, it only sows death and destruction," Pope Francis said at the end of his general audience talk in St. Peter's Square Oct. 18. "It increases hatred, multiplies revenge. War erases the future."

Read more at http://www.texascatholic.com/2023/10/19/pope-calls-for-world-day-of-prayer-for-peace-as-catastrophe-looms-in-gaza/



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Thank you for sharing!
10/18/2023

Thank you for sharing!

We love the dedication of our parishioners! We just happened to come across this The Official Texas Catholic Newspaper Profiles of Faith article from 1987 featuring the Kramb family. Judy is still an active proclaimer at our daily Masses. We can't thank you enough for your service Kramb family! We are blessed!

Healthcare professionals came together in prayer and fellowship at The National Shrine Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalup...
10/17/2023

Healthcare professionals came together in prayer and fellowship at The National Shrine Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe on Oct. 14 for the annual Catholic Diocese of Dallas White Mass celebrated by Bishop Edward J. Burns. The Mass is sponsored by the Catholic Medical Guild of Dallas and held each year near the feast day of St. Luke (Oct. 18), the patron saint of physicians and surgeons. The name of the White Mass comes from the color of uniforms and coats traditionally worn by those in healthcare.



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10/13/2023

Bishop Edward J. Burns is calling for peace in the embattled Holy Land. As intense fighting continues in Jerusalem, the faithful of the Catholic Diocese of Dallas are asked to keep in prayer the people in the land where Jesus lived, died, and rose for us.

"We pray that there will be an end to this bloodshed," Bishop Burns said. "We must remember that we are all children of God, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. Only through the conversion of hearts will we ever know lasting peace."

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us and with us.

“The story of St. Michael’s Church can’t really be told in brick and glass and marble. It is more than just an address o...
10/12/2023

“The story of St. Michael’s Church can’t really be told in brick and glass and marble. It is more than just an address or a building,” said Father Jet Garcia, the pastor at Saint Michael McKinney. “What tells the story of a parish are its people, because in the people we discover nothing less than the Body of Christ." The McKinney parish marked a major milestone of faith and fellowship with a special Mass with Bishop Edward J. Burns on Sept. 29 and a parish festival on Oct. 1.

Read more at http://www.texascatholic.com/2023/10/11/mckinney-parish-marks-150-years-of-faith-fellowship/



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10/11/2023
In a special tribute recognizing the dedicated service of religious women, Bishop Edward J. Burns and Auxiliary Bishop G...
10/10/2023

In a special tribute recognizing the dedicated service of religious women, Bishop Edward J. Burns and Auxiliary Bishop Greg Kelly concelebrated a Jubilee Celebration on Oct. 7 at The National Shrine Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe, honoring six women who have devoted a combined 315 years to their religious profession. Honored were Sister Carol George, SSND, Sister Dana Marie Heffner, SSND, Sister Mary David Sibiski, CSFN, Sister Cecilia Sehr, O.P., Sister Demetria Makmwai Mamkwe, SSJ, and Melanie Zoll, Society of Apostolic Life, Consecrated Women of Regnum Christi.



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"Lay leadership in the Church should never be limited to title-heavy roles," writes Lacy de la Garza, chair of the Catho...
10/09/2023

"Lay leadership in the Church should never be limited to title-heavy roles," writes Lacy de la Garza, chair of the Catholic Diocese of Dallas Synod Preparatory Commission. "Rather, leadership in the Church is built from a foundation of personal, continual invitation for us to strive for the individual holiness God wants for us."

Read more at http://www.texascatholic.com/2023/10/08/de-la-garza-lay-leadership-remains-vital-to-our-church-in-dallas/

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