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.
Jesuit College Preparatory School first-year head hockey coach Kevin Smith said that seniors share the knowledge all season that, sooner or later, they will play their final high school game.
The Bishop Lynch A Capella Choir touched down in Rome this past Saturday. Here’s a video of their arrival!
The John Paul II Lady Cardinals surged past Argyle Liberty Christian for a 46-39 win March 2 at Mansfield Legacy High School, capturing the team’s first TAPPS 5A basketball championship. Check out the March 15 print edition of The Texas Catholic for more coverage of the Lady Cardinals’ championship season.
As students arrived at Catholic schools across the Dallas area Monday morning, they learned the news that Pope Benedict XVI had announced his retirement. Students, faculty and family members responded with prayer and reflection.
When the head of the Pontifical Council for Culture said he wanted to listen to what today’s young people had to say, he wasn’t afraid to hear it belted out at 100 decibels.
Several high school seniors from schools in the Catholic Diocese of Dallas signed National Letters of Intent in conjunction with the Feb. 6 signing deadline to commit to a sport and college.
Some might regard it as a refreshing twist that Jake Oliver’s favorite recollection of his senior season at Jesuit College Preparatory School was not the night he broke a revered Texas high school football record.
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.”