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School, community help refugee follow his dreams

After his graduation from Bishop Lynch High School on May 21, Juac Angoi, a refugee from Sudan in northeast Africa, said that his most precious memories revolved around the St. Patrick Catholic Church and School family and the Bishop Lynch family—families that welcomed and nurtured his family from its arrival in Dallas.

Opportunity fuels JPII senior’s desire to help

As Daniel Garcia walked across the stage to receive his diploma at John Paul II High School, his heart and mind were 2,400 miles away in his home country of Venezuela.

Dunne grad keeps sight of ‘big picture’

Marlie Harris’ graduation from Bishop Dunne Catholic School fittingly included emceeing the senior class’ ceremony held at SMU’s McFarland Auditorium on May 25. The Duncanville resident often served as a quasi-authority figure to her classmates.

Inspiration helps engineer success for robotics team

Competition is nothing new for students at Cistercian Preparatory School, but for the 17 members of the school’s first robotics club, their first robotics competition was uncharted territory.

St. Mark students shine at robotics contest

Teams from St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic School in Plano excelled at the Dallas Diocesan Robotics Competition at St. Monica Catholic School on April 4.

Faith fuels ingenuity for pair of robotics teams

The fifth-grade robotics students at Christ the King Catholic School delighted their teachers when the class focused on faith to drive the creation of two vastly different inventions with the same moorings in service and sharing.

UA peer ministers prepare Lenten activities

Another Lenten season is upon us, and Ursuline’s Peer Ministers want to make sure it is a transformative one.

Nurturing the seeds of faith, hope

Reaching back into his days as a member of The Highlands School’s inaugural sixth grade class, Father Daniel Hennessy recalled the name of a school chaplain who would ultimately change the direction of his life.

Faith, service on display at Irving school

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.

Sister Lois: ‘A true blessing’

Sister Lois Castillon, OSU, has a deep love for St. Angela Merici. The rich heritage of Ursuline Academy of Dallas is rooted in the vision of St. Angela, who founded the Order of St. Ursula in Brescia, Italy, in 1535.