At annual MLK Mass, Bishop Fabre asserts faith must compel us to act against racism

ARLINGTON — On Jan. 11, the altar and ambo at St. Joseph Parish in Arlington displayed brightly colored cloths from Ghana with designs representing a symbol for God.


Bishop Olson embarks on first “ad limina” visit

Pope Francis leads a meeting with U.S. bishops from North Dakota, Minnesota and South Dakota in the Apostolic Palace at the Vatican Jan. 13, 2020. The bishops were making their "ad limina" visits to the Vatican to report on the status of their dioceses to the pope and Vatican officials. (CNS photo/Vatican Media)

FORT WORTH — Bishop Michael Olson will travel to Rome for his first “ad limina apostolorum” visit, which begins January 20 and includes his 17 brother bishops from Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas.


Hallmarks of a good, Catholic education

Katie Tweedel and other teachers from across the diocese participated in an outdoor learning exercise during a November teacher formation day at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School. (NTC/Juan Guajardo)

One after another, the students marched to the podium and recited their poems.


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