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Diocese announces new Catholic school’s associate superintendent for operational vitality

The Catholic Diocese of Dallas announced on July 9 the appointment of Jeannette Lambert as the new associate superintendent for operational vitality. In this role, Lambert will support Dr. Rebecca Hammel, superintendent of the Diocese of Dallas Catholic Schools, in the day-to-day oversight of the Catholic schools within the diocese, focusing on operational vitality and growth.


Angel of the Year known for sharing joy of giving

On May 14, Catholic Charities Dallas’ Angels of Charity Women’s Auxiliary honored Jean Fuchs as this year’s Angel of the Year during its 23rd annual Angels of Charity Mass & Luncheon. The event included a Mass at the National Shrine Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe celebrated by Bishop Edward J. Burns and a luncheon at the Meyerson Symphony Center.

Father Michael Barry

‘It’s been a blessing for us’

Hours before dozens of residents and guests gather at The Tradition Prestonwood for a Sunday celebration of Mass, Father Michael T. Barry moves about the room, quietly transitioning it from a community theater to a place of worship. It is a ritual the retired priest from the Diocese of Rockford, Illinois has done since arriving at the north Dallas senior living facility.


Rooted in culture, united in faith

A celebration of the diverse cultures was on display June 8 during “Unity In Diversity,” the inaugural Catholic Diocese of Dallas Multicultural Celebration held at Mother of Perpetual Help Catholic Parish in Garland.


Inspired to grow in their faith

Over the last three years, María Rosalinda Cuarenta has juggled her work schedule and family dynamics with traveling around different parishes in the Diocese of Dallas to attend her weekly classes and earn a Certificate in Pastoral Ministry. At times, it was difficult and exhausting for the mother of three, but Cuarenta, who has been serving as a children’s catechist since 2017, didn’t let those challenges get in the way of her mission: becoming a better servant for the Church.


Cistercian monk’s tale follows journey of faith, life

Father Julius Leloczky’s autobiography, “All is Grace! My Life,” follows his personal journey from his family’s bakery in Hungary, through the religious suppression of communist Hungary and the upheaval of the Hungarian Revolution, all the way up to his life at the tranquil Our Lady of Dallas Cistercian Abbey in Irving, where he currently resides.