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Gifts to the Diocese of Fort Worth given through the Sept. 18 North Texas Giving Day increased

Pat Miller, associate director of the Advancement Foundation of the Diocese of Fort Worth, has announced that in its second year of participation in North Texas Giving Day, 


Longtime executive assistant Carol Watson, who always welcomed people, retires

Carol-Watson-@-Retirement-BUTTON.jpgThere are few people who can appreciate the explosive growth of Catholics in North Texas better than Carol Watson. Raised in an Irish Catholic neighborhood, the Manhattan native went to Catholic schools and grew up surrounded by people of the same faith. When she married husband, Frank, and settled in New Jersey, her environment was still heavily Catholic.


Sept. 27 Respect Life Gala will fund compassionate responses to pro-abortion culture

The Catechism of the Catholic Church teaches that “human life must be respected and protected absolutely from the moment of conception” (2270). The Respect Life Office of the Diocese of Fort Worth strives to protect human lives through its services, which include Youth for Life, Rachel Ministries, and Gabriel Project. These three major diocesan pro-life programs are made possible through the office’s biggest fundraiser of the year: The Bishop’s 10th Annual Respect Life Gala. This year’s gala, set for Sept. 27, will feature Bishop Michael Olson as its primary speaker. All proceeds will go to the Respect Life Office so the diocese can carry out its pro-life mission.