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In the footsteps of St. Faustina

By Jerry Circelli
North Texas Catholic

April 9, 2021

FORT WORTH — What started as one local Catholic woman’s personal encounter with Jesus Christ has grown to become a spiritually enriching devotion involving about 200 faithful among the Vietnamese Catholic community at four parishes in the Diocese of Fort Worth.

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Fact check - debunking misconceptions and answering questions about COVID vaccines

By Juan Guajardo
North Texas Catholic

March 8, 2021

That we’ve all been affected in some way or another by misinformation or lies is an old reality. 

 

Take 5 with Father: time for God and others

By Susan Moses
North Texas Catholic 
April 4, 2021

Father VJ“Whenever people come for confession, I give the presence of Christ, with great attention, with great love, which springs from the Word of God," said Father Vijaya Raju Mareedu, SAC.

Saint Joseph, model father - local Catholics find virtue in "silent saint"

By Tony Gutierrez
North Texas Catholic
March 15, 2021

Saint Joseph with baby JesusThe end of April 1994 holds the record for the largest one-day tornado outbreak in North Texas.

Unexpected blessings: parents appreciate Down Syndrome children

By Joan Kurkowski Gillen
North Texas Catholic
March 16, 2021

Bishop James Healy“Each year the voice of people with Down syndrome, and those who live and work with them, grows louder.”

"An emergency within an emergency" - CCFW responds to storm, pandemic

By Susan McFarland
North Texas Catholic 
March 12, 2021

CCFW bus driverFORT WORTH — Just because temperatures are warm and the governor lifted the mask mandate doesn't mean things are back to normal.

Big vision.
Big screen.

By Susan Moses
North Texas Catholic
March 19, 2021

Mary and Clare Vining and Diego CamposARLINGTON — Bishop Michael Olson presided at the community elections at the Carmelite Monastery in Arlington. 

CCFW helps rural vocation students navigate around educational hurdles

By Mary Lou Seewoester
North Texas Catholic
March 8, 2021

Ricky EspinozaVERNON — In 2020, the Catholic Charities Fort Worth Rural Vocation Program helped 382 low-income community college students in rural areas face the obstacles of a global pandemic.