As thousands of Catholics prepared to brave freezing temperatures to participate in the 40th annual March for Life, Bishop Kevin J. Farrell of Dallas asked them to imitate the example of St. Paul, who preached “in season and out of season.”
A smile grew across little Nicole Hall’s face as she posed for photos with her family and her first-grade classmates at St. Paul the Apostle Catholic School.
“Christian education is intended to ‘make one’s faith become living, conscious, and active, through the light of instruction.’ The Catholic school is the unique setting within which this ideal can be realized in the lives of Catholic children and young people.”
A list of events and activities planned by Catholic Diocese of Dallas schools during the 2013 Catholic Schools Week celebration.
Christian education is intended to ‘make one’s faith become living, conscious, and active, through the light of instruction.
Adhering to their school motto of “Above and Beyond,” students at the Highlands School strive to serve their community through various outreach opportunities.
At St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School, lessons on service take students out of the classroom to learn how they can make an impact on their communities.
Students at John Paul II High School in Plano need not look beyond their school’s name for a handle on the blessings of outreach and service.
The heart of service at Mount St. Michael Catholic School in Dallas can be seen clearly through the offering of daily Mass at the school.
As the nation celebrates Catholic Schools Week 2014, we take a look at stories of Faith, Knowledge and Service in the Diocese of Dallas schools.