Tis the Season

The Diocese of Dallas announces its Fifth Annual Tis the Season Advent Social for Persons with Disabilities and Caregivers to be held on Saturday, December 5, 2015

Come Home for Christmas

Have you drifted away from the Catholic Church? Stopped going to Mass or attend infrequently? Respond to God's loving call - Come Home this Christmas!

Apostolic Journey of His Holiness Pope Francis to the United States of America

The historic visit of Pope Francis to the United States spanned five days, three cities, and 18 major events. View videos, read the full transcripts of the talks, and find special coverage of the Dallas Papal Mass watching event here!

Wake Up the World! 2015 Year of Consecrated Life

The Year of Consecrated Life (YCL) begins on the First Sunday of Advent, November 30, 2014.

Bishop Kevin Farrell responds to the SCOTUS ruling on marriage

Marriage, as understood in the Catholic faith, has always been and still is the sacred lifelong commitment of one man and one woman.  Marriage as the union of one man and one woman predates all nations, laws and constitutions. 

Big Moocher: Learning everything comes from God

The longer you live, the more you realize that every molecule in your body and every second in your life is a gift from God; everything you have you have received from Someone else, namely, God, and you should say “thank you.” [More]


First Sunday of Advent

Advent is a time of promise, fulfillment, anticipation and preparation. [More]


USCCB Statement on Syrian Refugees and the Attacks in Paris

Bishop Eusebio Elizondo, Chairman of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' (USCCB) Committee on Migration, issued a statement on Syrian refugees during the Bishops' annual General Assembly in Baltimore Nov. 17. [More]


Pope St. John Paul II's prayer to Notre-Dame de Paris

We stand in solidarity with all those who mourn the deaths and tragedy that happened to our brothers and sisters in Paris, France yesterday. [More]


Catholic Campaign for Human Development Local Grant Application Now Available

The Catholic Campaign for Human Development or CCHD is the United States’ Council for Catholic Bishops domestic anti-poverty program. [More]


Special Events at Holy Trinity Seminary

Holy Trinity Seminary has released a schedule of events for the Fall Semester, which include an organ recital, an Advent program and a listing of public Masses at the Seminary. [More]


Non-Profit Financial Leader Named New CFO of Catholic Diocese of Dallas

The Catholic Diocese of Dallas is pleased to announce that after a lengthy and comprehensive search, Cecilia A. Colbert, C.P.A. has been selected as the new Chief Financial Officer of the organization. Colbert replaces Michael Weis who retired in July after 20 years as CFO for the diocese. [More]


New Superintendent Chosen to Lead Catholic Schools in Diocese of Dallas

Catholic schools in the Diocese of Dallas will soon have a new leader. Dr. Matthew Vereecke was selected after a nationwide search to fill the superintendent’s post vacated by the retirement of Sister Gloria Cain, SSND. [More]



October 7th is the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary. Learn more about the role of the rosary and other sacramentals in living our Catholic faith. [More]


Two Diocese of Dallas Catholic Schools designated as 2015 National Blue Ribbon Schools of Academic Excellence

Bishop Kevin Farrell is very pleased with the news that All Saints Catholic School and Christ the King Catholic School have been designated National Blue Ribbon Schools for 2015. [More]