“We live in a world that is so busy that we don’t have time to just be quiet. At Holy Hour, we have the opportunity to take that time to be quiet in the presence of a God who loves us and allow Him to bring a new focus to our hearts and our lives.” This is how Deacon Don Warner, director of Liturgy and Worship for the Fort Worth Diocese, describes the benefits of Eucharistic Adoration.
The faithful in the Diocese of Fort Worth have a tremendous opportunity to help form future leaders in the local Church. And it begins with support of Catholic school education, said Paula Parrish, executive director of the diocese’s Advancement Foundation.
GAINESVILLE -- “We put ourselves aside to be servants,” said Monica Diaz of Keller, who joined 100 youth, mentors, and volunteers at the 17th annual Camp Fort Worth offered this year in Gainesville.