By Seth Gonzales The Texas Catholic With his eyes intently focused on graduating from St. Monica Catholic School in May, then entering high school in August, 14-year-old José Lauro Moreno carries with him the memory of his mother and an ever-increasing sense of gratitude for his new home. “At the time, I was really struggling […]
St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic School is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year and Principal Suzanne Bacot believes its growth and success is because of a solid foundation.
Highlighted by readings of winning essays, the inaugural “Taste of Home” community reception and essay contest awards on April 13 was an unqualified success, organizers said.
Christian education is intended to ‘make one’s faith become living, conscious, and active, through the light of instruction.
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.
The following events and activities are planned for the 2013 Catholic Schools Week: All Saints Sun., Jan. 27: Mass celebrating Catholic schools with alumni serving as lectors, cantors and servers. Activities for students, parents and grandparents in classrooms. Band and orchestra will perform. Mon., Jan. 28: Volunteer appreciation day. Parents will receive an email with a prayer […]
Graduates of Catholic schools in the Dallas diocese celebrated a big milestone this month. The slideshow above features photos from the Class of 2012 in elementary and high schools throughout the diocese.
Marcos Saldana, who suffers from cystic fibrosis, surprised his former classmates at Bishop Lynch Catholic High School, students who he had not seen in months.
An ATV accident stole Mabeth Diaz’ leg and nearly his life, but two years later he’s back on the basketball court, assisted by a prosthetic leg.
Throughout the Diocese of Dallas, students in Catholic schools participated in plays, programs and Masses in celebration of the Christmas season.