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Senate confirms Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court

By Carol Zimmermann
Catholic News Service

October 27, 2020

WASHINGTON (CNS) — A divided Senate, in a 52-48 vote, confirmed Amy Coney Barrett as a justice for the Supreme Court the evening of Oct. 26 and soon afterward she was sworn in by Justice Clarence Thomas at a White House ceremony.

Voter at voting machine

Faithful citizens: How you can make your prophetic voice heard this election

By Susan Moses
North Texas Catholic

October 12, 2020

FORT WORTH — Father Balaji Boyalla, SAC, has an important milestone coming up — his first opportunity to vote in a United States presidential election.

The saint who wore Nikes: what we can learn from Carlo Acutis

By Katie Hoffman
North Texas Catholic 
October 29, 2020

Carlo AcutisWhen you think of the saints, you probably think of the big names — St. Francis of Assisi, St. Joseph, or St. Joan of Arc.

After the hour of our death: an All Saints/All Souls reflection

By Kiki Hayden
North Texas Catholic
October 29, 2020

tombstone cross with angelWhat does the Catholic Church teach about honoring and praying for (and with) our deceased loved ones? 

Hispanic-Latino roots run deep in Diocese of Fort Worth: Part 3

By Jerry Circelli
North Texas Catholic
October 8, 2020

Deacon Anastasio Perez, left, Rev. Raul Martinez LopezBy 1925, Bishop Lynch said the challenge of keeping up with the growing number of Hispanic Catholics “became pressing.”

Our time to shine: Father James Flynn reflects on the pandemic

By Joan Kurkowski-Gillen
North Texas Catholic 
October 26, 2020

fATHER James FlynnKELLER — Overwhelmed by the enormity of the coronavirus pandemic? Worried about health, finances, or general well-being?

Profound and practical: Young Catholic Professionals celebrate ten years

By Kiki Hayden
North Texas Catholic
October 7, 2020

YCP founder Jennifer BaughFORT WORTH — In the spring of 2010, Jennifer Baugh was in a time of transition. She had just earned her MBA from Texas A&M and had moved to Dallas in anticipation of a consulting job.

World Mission Sunday emphasizes our baptismal call to mission

By Matthew Smith
North Texas Catholic
October 21, 2020

children playingCOLLEYVILLE — Father Jonathan Wallis, expounding on the Gospel reading of Matthew 22:15-21, recalled how Jesus, alluding to Caesar’s image on a Roman coin, instructed the Pharisees to “repay to Caesar what belongs to Caesar and to God what belongs to God.”