Jesuit senior Jacob Palisch, who has committed to play baseball for Stanford University, is a three-sport star for Jesuit College Preparatory School. Palisch is the starting quarterback for the varsity football team, a forward on the basketball team and was named the UIL 6A Baseball Tournament’s Most Valuable Player last spring.
Young people can show the world love through actions of caring and service to others in a world where even priests are not safe while celebrating Mass, said the president of Caritas Internationalis.
Each summer The Pines Catholic Camp in East Texas welcomes thousands to its summer camps and outdoor youth ministry.
With their fellow students looking on, Jared Campbell and A.J. Anderhub walked onto an empty football field at Cistercian Preparatory School with a drone they literally created from scratch. The two senior students were fairly confident their drone would finally fly.
Brad Baker’s varied contributions as a Bishop Dunne Catholic School teacher for 17 years have included instruction in geography, earth science, GIS mapping, even how to survive natural disasters. The University of North Texas graduate was named “Outstanding Diocesan High School Teacher of the Year” in 2012.
Margot Desaloms didn’t know what to expect on Ursuline Academy’s STEM Day, but the freshman quickly found out.
To celebrate the Feast of St. Joseph, students at St. Joseph Catholic School in Waxahachie attended Mass, participated in a prayer service led by fourth-grade students and brought family photos from home. Prior to the prayer service, students made a collage of family photographs that surrounded a statue of St. Joseph on display at the Ellis County campus.
Youth and young adults are the future of the Catholic Church. This site highlights the challenges and triumphs of young people living in the Diocese of Dallas.