Clothed in compassion

Losing a baby is something you never plan. Parents expect to deliver a healthy child and spend the pregnancy months choosing just the right “going home” outfit and preparing the nursery.


Take 5 with Father: Sharing joy with all of God's creation

Take 5 with Father Manuel Holguin, parochial administrator of St. Peter the Apostle Parish in Fort Worth. He is also associate vocations director for the Diocese of Fort Worth.


If you're baptized, you're a missionary!

Beginnings are sometimes mysterious. Telling people I meet in our parishes and Catholic schools that I am the Director of the Diocesan Office of Pontifical Missions, results in polite puzzled looks — what is that?  And telling people I am inspired by a French girl born in 1799 raises more questions — who and how is that?


FIAT mission trip makes big impact in rural parishes

PENELOPE — For a group of University of Texas at Arlington students, spring break wasn’t about finding a sunny destination or taking the great American road trip. Rather, these students dedicated their time away from the classroom to helping rural parishes in the Diocese of Fort Worth as part of the Faith In Action Together (FIAT) young adult mission.


Walking the way to salvation

To fully understand the magnitude of Christ’s love for us, believers must understand the magnitude of his suffering.

Millions of pilgrims have travelled to Jerusalem to walk the Via Dolorosa, the way of sorrows that ends in Jesus being placed in the tomb. Locally, every Catholic has the opportunity to make a spiritual pilgrimage to the sites of Jesus’ Passion by meditating on the Stations of the Cross each Lent.