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Diocese prepares to welcome hundreds of thousands of new Catholics into the Body of Christ

The number of Catholics within the 28-county Diocese of Fort Worth has skyrocketed, and many more are coming to North Texas, according to demographers.


Father George Curtsinger, oldest priest of the diocese, dies at the age of 99

Father George Curtsinger, the oldest priest of the diocese, passed away Thursday, Aug. 14, 2014.

The second of eight children, George Curtsinger was born Jan. 24, 1915, in Dallas, and moved with his family to the Pleasant Grove area of Dallas at the age of four. The family attended St. Edward Catholic Church in Dallas.


Ronaldo Mercado, Keith Hathaway, and Michael Greco ordained to transitional diaconate

Marking a critical step in their journey to the priesthood, three men were ordained to the transitional diaconate by Bishop Michael Olson during a morning Mass celebrated July 26 in St. Jude Parish.


Six Jubilarians collectively celebrate 365 years of service to their congregation and society

Sister Mary Dorothy Powers still remembers in vivid detail her first day as a Sister of St. Mary of Namur. And, according to Sr. Dorothy and fellow jubilarians, Sister Devota Sweeney (75 years), Sister Mary Elaine Breen (60 years), Sister Jane Conway (60 years), Sister Joan Markey (60 years), and Sister Mary Jean Warmuth (60 years), it’s a life full of purpose, new challenges, and service to God.


Catholic Charities Fort Worth helping in crisis of unaccompanied alien children

Catholic Charities of Fort Worth (CCFW) is ahead of the times in responding to an “urgent humanitarian situation”: The thousands of unaccompanied children who are pouring over U.S. borders are picked up by border agents.


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