bISHOP, Archbishop D-Rozario at altar

Bangladesh Cardinal D'Rozario celebrates small numbers, big impact at St. Andrew

By Matthew Smith
North Texas Catholic

September 10, 2021

FORT WORTH — Bangladesh Archbishop Emeritus of Dhaka Cardinal Patrick D’Rozario, during a Sept. 5 Mass concelebrated with Fort Worth Bishop Michael Olson at St. Andrew Church, spoke of opportunities for small groups to make huge positive differences.

Afghani immigrant family

Apologetics teaches reasons for our hope, not how to win debates

By Joan Kurkowksi-Gillen
North Texas Catholic

September 9, 2021

FORT WORTH — It’s a question Jason Whitehead hears often as the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays approach: My kids and grandkids are falling away from the faith. What can I do?

Signs of life: ultrasound techs serve on front lines of pregnancy centers 

By Susan McFarland
North Texas Catholic 
September 15, 2021

Angela LyFORT WORTH —  As an ultrasound technician, Angela Ly assumed she would always work in a hospital setting.

Faith-filled filmmaking: Young director uses artistic gift "for the good"

By Joan Kurkowski-Gillen
North Texas Catholic
September 8, 2021

Rob SmatFORT WORTH — Rob Smat can’t remember a time when he wasn’t toting a video camera..

A true, loving, and Catholic response to gender ideology

By Susan Moses
Catholic News Service
September 11, 2021

Mary Rice HassonFORT WORTH — The transgender culture has become so mainstream that today you can find multinational corporations using transgender individuals in advertisements for credit cards, beer, and even cough drops

Scout life: American Heritage Girls and Troops of St. George

By Joan Kurkowski-Gillen
North Texas Catholic 
September 1, 2021

Bishop Olson celebrates Mass in the woodsKELLER — As traditional scouting programs face declining membership, more parents are seeking alternative ways to get youth involved in community service or outdoor activities.

Making a greater impact on students: learning specialists in Catholic schools

By Sandra Engelland
North Texas Catholic 
September 1, 2021

Jennifer McNultyMore students in diocesan Catholic schools will receive the tools they need to succeed, thanks to a $204,000 grant from the Advancement Foundation.

No matter the cause, CCFW is there to aid parish communities

By Alice Murray
North Texas Catholic
September 1, 2021

YOUNG Woman with vaccine cardIn what has been an unprecedented and challenging time in the past year and a half, Catholic Charities Fort Worth has remained vigilant throughout the Diocese of Fort Worth by continuing to meet its mission to “provide service to those in need.”