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Role reunites principal with childhood priest

When Chad Evans became the principal at Prince of Peace Catholic School in 2012, he said that he recognized his new environment’s abundant blessings, including his reunion with Father Tom Cloherty, the pastor of Prince of Peace Catholic Church.

Pre-game talks inspire LSU kicker

Louisiana State University kicker James Hairston’s pre-game routine includes preparing himself on every level. Not only does he practice on the field and converse with teammates about football, but he also speaks before each game with Father Tony Lackland, the pastor of All Saints Catholic Church.

Bishop Lynch to celebrate 50 years

During the first week of September, Bishop Lynch High School will celebrate fifty years as a college preparatory institution rich in tradition and history through events held throughout the 2013-2014 school year.

John Paul II High School wins $15,000 grant

John Paul II High School has won first place in the “Project Green $20k to a Better Way” competition presented by WFAA and Chevrolet. The competition was narrowed to five finalists, and the winner was determined by votes through the Project Green website. The Catholic high school, located in Plano, will use the grant to replace lighting in the school’s dining hall with energy efficient LED lighting.

Graduation 2013

Check out the June 21 print edition of The Texas Catholic for our special section celebrating the Class of 2013 for schools withing the Diocese of Dallas.

Building a foundation for future success

Amid a deep blue sky and against a backdrop of a huge concrete slab, Bishop Kevin J. Farrell and students and staff at Our Lady of Perpetual Help on May 8 thanked the Crystal Charity Ball for a gift that soon will make a gymnasium a reality at the Love Field-area school.

Plano school says success due to strong foundation

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.

‘Taste of Home’ essay contest winners

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 caps season with trip to nationals

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.

Bishop Lynch A Capella Choir lands in Rome

The Bishop Lynch A Capella Choir touched down in Rome this past Saturday. Here’s a video of their arrival!