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Memorandum: Revised COVID Protocols

April 26, 2021

On March 2, 2021, Governor Abbott issued Executive Order Number GA-34, by which masks were no longer mandated in the State of Texas. We left our required health and safety protocols in place at that time out of an abundance of caution and to monitor how COVID-19 progressed in the wake of the absence of the mask mandate. ...

Revised COVID protocols

Coronavirus Precautions / Precauciones sobre el Coronavirus

For current protocols and guidelines, pastoral letters, and helpful COVID-19 resources, please visit our Coronavirus Precautions web page.

Para obtener los protocolos y directrices actuales, cartas pastorales y recursos útiles del COVID-19, visite nuestra página web de Precauciones por Coronavirus.

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Diocesan Communications...

Pope urges Catholics to pray in May for end to Covid-19 pandemic

Vatican Crest

May 1-31, 2021 - Pope Francis invites Catholics and Marian Shrines around the world to dedicate the month of May to a marathon of prayer for an end to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Catholics across the globe are encouraged to dedicate the Marian month of May to praying for an end to the pandemic.

The initiative, behind which the Pope has thrown his support, involves 30 Marian Shrines from various parts of the world. ...

Vatican news article

Rosary at Marian Shrines: 11:00 AM CDT (daily)

In the footsteps of St. Faustina

Christina Hoang and Divine Mercy image.

April 15, 2021
North Texas Catholic

What started as one local Catholic woman’s personal encounter with Jesus Christ has grown to become a spiritually enriching devotion involving about 200 faithful among the Vietnamese Catholic community at four parishes in the Diocese of Fort Worth.

Known as the Divine Mercy devotion, the movement among local Catholics is rapidly gaining momentum at the following parishes: Our Lady of Fatima and Christ the King in Fort Worth; Vietnamese Martyrs in Arlington; and Immaculate Conception of Mary in Wichita Falls. ...

Complete NTC article

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Bishop Michael Olson

Bishop Michael F. Olson, S.T.D., M.A. was ordained bishop and installed as the fourth bishop of the Diocese of Fort Worth on January 29, 2014.

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