Teaching has always been more than a job for the monks at Cistercian Preparatory School in Irving; it has been a critical part of their vocation as priests.
Jesuit senior Jacob Palisch, who has committed to play baseball for Stanford University, is a three-sport star for Jesuit College Preparatory School. Palisch is the starting quarterback for the varsity football team, a forward on the basketball team and was named the UIL 6A Baseball Tournament’s Most Valuable Player last spring.
St. Paul the Apostle Catholic School was buzzing with activity May 16 as it received an observation honeybee hive from The Bee Cause Project.
School and community leaders came together Oct. 23 to celebrate the partnership and dedication of a new softball complex located at Ferguson Park, across from Bishop Lynch High School. The softball complex is the result of a partnership between the city of Dallas and Bishop Lynch, aided by a $100,000 grant from The Catholic Foundation.
Four eighth-graders at St. Monica Catholic School went back to the basics of baking in their kitchens to convert a family tragedy into an international outreach project.
Hundreds of golfers from across North Texas converged on the Four Seasons Resort and Club for the 3rd Annual Bishop Farrell Invitational, benefiting Dallas Catholic Schools.
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.
With the blare from an air horn and the might of a brick crushing bulldozer, Bishop Lynch High School moved forward with a multimillion-dollar renovation program on June 8.
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.