Archive for October, 2010

Vianney performance coming to diocese

Special to The Texas Catholic In an effort to promote and inspire vocations to the priesthood, the Vocations Office of the Diocese of Dallas will sponsor a one-man theatrical performance of VIANNEY, scheduled for several locations around the diocese in November. Dates, times and locations can be seen in the poster at the bottom of […]

UD conference helps youth ministers refocus

Presenters at the University of Dallas Ministry Conference presented sessions on how to reach young people with the message of faith.

Unified in prayer for the sanctity of life

Nicole Kim, a student at The Highlands School in Irving, tells about her experience participating in the 40 Days for Life campaign on Oct. 20.

Junior year critical in college search process

On top of the loads of school work and preparation for the SAT and ACT, high school juniors have to get serious about college, Grace Cicarco writes.

College application process begins early

The process of applying to college has been an adventure to say the least, Anthony Campise writes. And it begins early.

Remembering Father Deeves

Father Jack Deeves was a knowledgeable, compassionate, and dedicated priest, writes Grace Cicardo. She pays tribute to Father Deeves, who passed away Oct. 16.

World Youth Day at Six Flags

[youtube H8lWHytEwoU] Teens speak about World Youth Day 2010 at Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington:  ‘I think it’s important to be here because it is chance to get away from school and be with other Catholics that believe in the same things ,’ –         Tyler Foreman  Our Lady of the Lake, Rockwall ‘I think […]

Vocations are fruits of St. Ann youth program

St. Ann’s youth program is more than 300 strong and has helped one young man answer the call.

St. Michael’s youth group rallies behind ill teen

Members of the St. Michael’s youth community have rallied around Lizzie Cortez, a student with a rare spinal disorder that left her partially paralyzed.