Our Latest News

(Feb 28, 2024)Local

Honoring a devotion for growth: the 33rd Annual Fr. Donlon Vocations Dinner is celebrated in Wichita Falls

WICHITA FALLS — At first entry, the 33rd Annual Father Donlon Vocations Dinner held at the Knights of Columbus Council 1473 Hall in Wichita Falls on Saturday, Feb. 17, seemed to be the same as it has been every year: welcoming faces handed out bidding numbers; a pleasant aroma hinting at delicious food wafted through the air; beautiful flower centerpieces rested atop tables elegantly dressed in linen tablecloths; and elaborate vacation packages, sacred art pieces, and hand-crafted items were put on display for the auction.

By Jenara Kocks Burgess
(Feb 28, 2024)National-World

Texas death row inmate to be executed in days as Catholics call for clemency

(CNA) — Catholics are continuing to call for clemency for a convicted murderer in Texas who is facing execution amid an ongoing dispute over his guilty verdict.

By Catholic News Agency
(Feb 26, 2024)Local

a young student smiles

Six Fort Worth area schools raise $33,510 as part of the 2024 Catholic Schools Sweepstakes

(San Antonio, TX) – Catholic Life Insurance helped 69 Catholic Schools sell tickets to raise over $1.16 million during the 17th annual Catholic Schools Sweepstakes.

By NTC Staff
(Feb 23, 2024)National-World

women pray before the Eucharist

You need to know the plans for the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage

(OSV News) — On May 18-19, groups of eight young adults will leave San Francisco; New Haven, Connecticut; San Juan, Texas; and Itasca State Park in Minnesota.

By OSV News

More News


Contributors

Más Noticias


Scripture & Reviews


OUR NEWEST ISSUE

March - April 2024
Vol. 40 | No. 2

From the Editor's Desk...

From lambs to lilies, this issue looks at signs and symbols of Easter. We also highlight Chrism Mass, an oft-overlooked liturgy during Holy Week that emphasizes the unity of the local and universal Church. Read features on Catholic schools: how little ones observe Lent, alums who return to their alma mater, and more.

Signature
North Texas Catholic Editor