“Michael Pazzaglini will retire from his seven-year tenure as CEO of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul of North Texas on Sept. 30. Prior to his employment, Pazzaglini served as a volunteer for 17 years.”
“After last year’s cancellation of festivals and activities due to COVID-19, church and community members are now encountering a resurgence of events and activities to attend. This season, a number of fall festivals and carnivals will be held by local parishes to bring people together in celebration of each other and the arrival of Autumn.”
“Filmed, edited, uploaded online, and then streamed in classrooms each school day, the morning news program is unlike any in the Diocese of Fort Worth, said Music Education Specialist Brandon Smith, who came up with the idea. Students act as reporters.”
“Diocesan youth celebrated life and faith with Bishop Michael Olson, music, games, Audrey Assad, and a priest who raps at World Youth Day, North Texas at Arlington’s Levitt Pavilion on November 6.”
Read about the Family rally for the Fort Worth Diocese.
“When we grow in faith, it means that our hearts have more capacity to serve, so that is the purpose of Young Catholic Professionals.” The Young Catholic Professionals held a national conference at the University of Dallas and the Highlands School to promote spiritual and community growth for young Catholics in their 20s and 30s.
Bishop Michael Olson addresses the Church sex scandals and safe environment training changes with Young Catholic Professionals.
“One purpose of V Encuentro is to more fully engage Hispanics in the U.S. in service to the Catholic Church. Even at the national conference, held Sept. 20 – 23 in Grapevine, Encuentro participants stepped up to help the global church.”
According to 40 Days for Life, since the campaign began in 2007, 14,643 lives have been reported to have been saved, 177 abortion workers have quit their jobs, and 96 abortion centers have closed. “Ask yourself, ‘do I believe that God can work miracles out here?’” Muyaka said.
“The workshop aims to encourage and strengthen parents by giving directors, coordinators, and catechists better training regarding those with special needs. ‘I worked specifically in the autism and Asperger’s field for 10 years before coming to the diocese, so this is a big issue for me,’ Whitehead said.”