Teams from St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic School in Plano excelled at the Dallas Diocesan Robotics Competition at St. Monica Catholic School on April 4.
Competition is nothing new for students at Cistercian Preparatory School, but for the 17 members of the school’s first robotics club, their first robotics competition was uncharted territory.
The fifth-grade robotics students at Christ the King Catholic School delighted their teachers when the class focused on faith to drive the creation of two vastly different inventions with the same moorings in service and sharing.
Another Lenten season is upon us, and Ursuline’s Peer Ministers want to make sure it is a transformative one.
Pope Francis asked young people to tell him, their bishops and pastors about their hopes and struggles and even their criticisms. In preparation for a meeting of the Synod of Bishops focused on youth, the pope wrote a letter to young people, saying the church wants “to listen to your voice, your sensitivities and your faith, even your doubts and your criticism.”
By now most people know that Bishop Lynch High School won the TAPPS Division I state football championship over crosstown rival Bishop Dunne Catholic School, but it was what they did before the game that brought a bishop almost to tears.
On Nov. 19, St. Monica Catholic School participated in the 10th annual “Spreading Good Cheer” fundraiser and performance exhibition at Bishop Dunne Catholic School, taking home the trophy in the large-school category for collecting the most donations.
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.