SallyAnn (Yodice) Rose (Then & Now: Stories of Notre Dame Women)
SallyAnn (Yodice) Rose ’01 has always felt compelled to serve others. During her time at Notre Dame’s School of Architecture, she worked hard to make an impact through community service.
Judge Elaine Marshall (Then & Now: Stories of Notre Dame Women)
As we celebrate 50 years of coeducation at Notre Dame, the series Then & Now: Stories of Notre Dame Women looks at some of the women in the Notre Dame Family who’ve demonstrated bravery, perseverance, and commitment throughout Notre Dame’s existence—and who continue to inspire Notre Dame women today.
Deacon candidates prepare for ordination
Ten deacon candidates will be ordained to the permanent diaconate on Wednesday, Aug. 10 at 7 p.m. at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church in Keller. The Mass will be livestreamed on FWDioc.org.
These animated movies teach viewers about transformative love, mercy, and more
Over the past 35 years, Studio Ghibli has garnered critical acclaim across the world for crafting several artistically animated and thoughtfully scripted films. Throughout the Japanese studio’s 20 (and counting) movies, inspiring and selfless Christian themes are found in the fantastical world and its complex characters.
Fort Worth Diocese saves lives through blood donations
Through blood drives with Carter BloodCare, Catholics in the Diocese of Fort Worth have contributed significantly toward the nonstop need for available blood supply in local communities.
Studio Ghibli Finds the True, the Good and the Beautiful
These films are heartfelt reminders to look for truth, goodness and beauty in the ordinary and the extraordinary, the mundane and the magical.
Reparation and repentance: Bishop Olson celebrates Mass for Child Abuse Prevention Month
The prelate celebrated the second annual in-person and livestreamed Mass of Reparation for Sins of Sexual Abuse at St. Patrick Cathedral on April 25. The Mass helps close the Diocese of Fort Worth’s observation of Child Abuse Prevention Month which runs throughout the month of April.
From Fort Worth to Eastern Europe: How you can participate in the Act of Consecration
Because of the tragic events in Ukraine, Pope Francis will lead an Act of Consecration of Russia and Ukraine to the Immaculate Heart of Mary on March 25, 2022, the Solemnity of the Annunciation. The Holy Father has invited all of the world’s bishops, priests, and laity to participate in the Act of Consecration at […]
Finding Christ in the Confessional
We’ve all done things that have hurt others or made us regretful. Fortunately, the Church offers the healing benefits of sacramental confession, which can bring great peace and blessings. Confession is a powerful and necessary sacrament for us as we walk together toward holiness.
At Lock-in For Life, teens explore pro-life facts, attitude
ARLINGTON — When Terri Schauf was 14, she was surprised to hear that her sister’s best friend, Angie, was pregnant at the age of 16. But she was even more surprised to hear what her mother told Angie: “Congratulations.”