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Francis Cardinal George was a kind, insightful and courageous religious and bishop. He was an example of a humble servant. He was also a confident and faithful follower of Jesus Christ, and a loving son of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
We, the Church in the United States, grieve the loss of a tremendous churchman, missionary, and a holy shepherd.
Join me in praying that Cardinal George’s soul will be welcomed into the company of heaven. Pray for his loving family.
May he rest in peace.
Bishop Michael F. Olson, in a letter to the House State Affairs Committee urges passage of House Bill 3074 by Representative Drew Springer that would correct the most glaring flaw in the Texas Advanced Directives Act by requiring nutrition and hydration to continue after ethics committee review unless it is harmful to the patient.
On April 25-26, 2015, the Diocese of Fort Worth will celebrate Good Shepherd Sunday in support of our seminarians. There are currently 30 seminarians from 18 parishes of the diocese studying in seven seminaries throughout the United States and in Rome.
The Diocese of Fort Worth provides education and formation for each seminarian at an annual average cost of $52,709. The Good Shepherd Sunday Special Collection assists with funding this annual cost. In addition to the Sunday collection, donations are being accepted online. Please give generously.
Applications are now being accepted for Fiscal Year 2016 Parish Operating Grants, awarded from the Advancement Foundation as part of the Annual Diocesan Appeal case for support. These grants are available to rural, center-city or needy parishes within the Diocese of Fort Worth.
Se están aceptando solicitudes para las Subvenciones Operativas de las Parroquias para el Año Fiscal 2016 que son concedidas por la Fundación de Avance como parte de la Campaña de Apelación Anual Diocesana. Estas subvenciones están disponibles para las parroquias rurales, del centro de la ciudad o las parroquias necesitadas de la Diócesis de Fort Worth.
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La Oficina del Ministerio Hispano le invita a al retiro "Caminando con Maria Hacia Jesus" el día Sábado 2 de Mayo del 2015 de 9:30 am a 4:30 pm en la Iglesia San Judas, 500 E. Dallas, St., Mansfield, TX 76063. El costo por persona es $20 y en la puerta $25. No habrá cuidado de niños. El orador será Monseñor Eduardo Chavez quien tendrá la oportunidad de hablar sobre la historia, teología y signos Guadalupanos. Si desea más información o comprar su boleto...
The Offices of Marriage and Family Life and Hispanic Ministry will be having a Bilingual Family Life Conference on Saturday, June 20, 2015 at Nolan Catholic High School in Fort Worth from 9 AM to 5 PM. The theme of the conference will be Love is Our Mission: The Family Fully Alive. This family-friendly event will offer faith sharing opportunities for the whole family, a series of short talks for children and adults, plenty of break time, lunch, a magic show, and Mass. Tickets are $25 per person or $40 per family, and may be purchased at the door or online. More information coming soon!
Seeking answers about being a Priest, Brother, Sister or Consecrated Lay Woman? If you are looking (or know someone who is looking) for a way to spend your life providing service to others; if you are single, Catholic, 18 to 40 years of age and have an interest in learning about the ministry as a Priest, Brother, Sister, or Consecrated Lay Woman, join a group of other men and women seeking similar answers at the 2015 Vocation Awareness Program on June 26-28, 2015. This program will be held at the University of Dallas in Irving. The registration deadline is June 15th.
Questions: Contact Fr. James Wilcox at 817-945-9320 or .
Sharing in Ministry Parish Report (March 30, 2015)