Organizers estimate between 8,000 to 10,000 pro-life supporters including many Catholics gathered Jan. 19 for the March for Life from the Cathedral Guadalupe to the Earle Cabell Federal Courthouse, site of the landmark Roe v Wade lawsuit filing.
From across the ages and with timeless relevance, St. Matthew guided Bishop Lynch High School’s recent community outreach programs that brightened the holidays for those in need.
At its core, the mission of Cistercian Preparatory School is to prepare its students for college by challenging their minds with its academic programs, molding their characters through the values of Catholic education and offering them guidance with both understanding and discipline.
Ask Zach Thibodeaux’s friends and teachers to describe him and they’ll say that the fourth-grader at Mary Immaculate Catholic School is something like this: Cool. Calm. Collected.
Seniors participate in Jesuit Theatre Outreach, a second-year community service project that brings the dramatic arts to younger students.
The December service project at All Saints Catholic School reflected the school community’s special outreach focus and personal connection, said Sister Denise Thompson, the school’s principal.
Ursuline Academy faculty say senior Cristin Beach tirelessly displays a spirit of service through her involvement with organizations such as the Best Buddies Club.
Last August, a Cedar Hill sandwich shop doubled as a think tank for four Bishop Dunne Catholic School seniors. They shared a big dream and a devotion to community service.
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.
A project by students at St. Patrick Catholic School in Dallas is offering hope to patients dealing with a diagnosis of cancer.