Diaper heaven: Loreto house assists nearly 100 women with baby supplies

By Marty Sabota

North Texas Catholic
August 6, 2018

DENTON – When it comes to providing information about pregnancy, abortion, and options, advocates at pro-life pregnancy center Loreto House prefer a soft approach. Soft as a baby’s diaper, in fact.

Pope accepts Cardinal McCarrick's resignation as cardinal

By Cindy Wooden

Catholic News Service
July 29, 2018

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Pope Francis has accepted the resignation from the College of Cardinals of Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick, retired archbishop of Washington, and has ordered him to maintain "a life of prayer and penance" until a canonical trial examines accusations that he sexually abused minors.

Lasting gift of love from educator to Catholic school

By Alice Verala Murray
North Texas Catholic
August 3, 2018

NORTH RICHLAND HILLS — A parishioner at St. John the Apostle in North Richland Hills who spent his lifetime as an educator has bequeathed the parish a $750,000 gift that will help educate young Catholics for years to come.

Back to the beginning: seminarians visit Catholic schools

By Susan Moses
North Texas Catholic
July 25, 2018

GRAPEVINE — During the last few days of the school year, fourth through eighth grade classes in the diocese took time out from field days and class parties to learn some important lessons about religious vocations..

New teacher formation institute imparts 5 marks of Catholic education

By Michele Baker
North Texas Catholic
July 24, 2018

FORT WORTH — Monday, July 16 found about 35 teachers huddled quietly in groups of four or five around the tables in the Nolan Catholic High School library to learn foundations of a classical Catholic education.

Fifty years later, truth remains: an essay of Humanae Vitae

By Juan Guajardo
North Texas Catholic
July 25, 2018

It’s been called many things by many people. Everything from “that damn encyclical” to “watershed” and a “prophetic statement,” Dr. Janet Smith points out in her essay on Humanae Vitae, “A Generation Later.” 

Coach Michael Carlson tackles diocesan athletic director role

By Susan McFarland
North Texas Catholic
July 17, 2018

FORT WORTH — Michael Carlson's passion is not just for sports but for making sure all young people regardless of athletic ability or economic status can participate, something he strives to do as new athletic director for the Diocese of Fort Worth.

Hundreds catch the faith, and spread it, at St. Joseph conference

By Lance Murray
North Texas Catholic
July 20, 2018
ARLINGTON — Roughly 500 people heard messages of Catholic evangelization at St. Joseph Parish in Arlington that were filled with humor, reflection, joy,  historical perspective — even ominous, riveting tales of faith overcoming evil.