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GLENDALE, Ariz. (CNS) -- The crack of the bat is a sure sign of spring, one that calls Ray McKenna to the field.
"How's the team looking this year?" he asked the top trainer for the Texas Rangers. "Anything we can do? Please let us know," he told catcher Tyler Flowers of the Chicago White Sox.
Daniela Serrano hopes to become a registered nurse one day. But her studies to earn a college degree almost ended because of family and economic struggles.The Tarrant County College student works full time in the medical records department of a hospital. She’s also the mother of seven- and 12-year-old children and the family’s breadwinner. Any unexpected expense pushes her over a financial cliff.
When you ask longtime Most Blessed Sacrament parishioner Becky Lucas to describe her pastor’s approach when it comes to tending his flock, she recalls the death of a young Marine who was buried from the Arlington church.
Spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ is a priority in Catholic education. So when administrators at Notre Dame in Wichita Falls searched for an innovative way to celebrate Catholic Schools Week (Jan. 25-31), they came up with an idea they thought would exemplify that spirit of evangelization.
The three-part mission of the Serra Club is simple and closely aligned with the work of its namesake, Blessed Father Junípero Serra. The Catholic lay organization’s goals are to: foster vocations to the priesthood and support priests; encourage vocations to consecrated life; and to help its own members respond to God’s call. Ordained into the Franciscan Order of Friars Minor in 1737, Blessed Fr. Serra was widely regarded for his brilliant mind. He used it to teach philosophy and theology to seminary students in Spain.