Catholics from North Texas travel to Mother Teresa's canonization Mass

FORT WORTH — Ali Hoffman doesn’t remember Mother Teresa as a “living saint” combing the streets of Kolkata (formerly Calcutta), India in search of the poor, homeless, and dying.

Gifts to Annual Diocesan Appeal impact lives, give hope

FORT WORTH — How is the love of Christ made visible? It is seen in a religious woman sitting with a grieving family or a seminarian planning a Vacation Bible School.

Diocese introduces plans for new Catholic high school: Cristo Rey Fort Worth

FORT WORTH — Noe Roche would envy the smartly dressed students who attended St. Philip the Apostle School in Dallas. “Since I was little, I wanted to wear a tie and blazer to school but I never got the chance,” confided the 16-year-old who grew up in the crime-riddled Pleasant Grove neighborhood.