Catholic Diocese of Dallas

Facebook   Twitter   Facebook    Pinterest   LinkedIn   Vimeo   RSS      

Catholic Communities Nationwide Join Text Message Campaign
The U.S. bishops launched a text messaging campaign to provide a new way for people to join the national campaign for religious freedom.

Catholics and supporters of religious freedom from all other faiths around the nation now can send the text message “Freedom” to 377377 to join the movement. Texters can then receive information regularly on how to help protect religious freedom worldwide.

Catholic Communities Nationwide Join Text Message Campaign

The U.S. bishops launched a text messaging campaign to provide a new way for people to join the national campaign for religious freedom.

Catholics and supporters of religious freedom from all other faiths around the nation now can send the text message “Freedom” to 377377 to join the movement. Texters can then receive information regularly on how to help protect religious freedom worldwide.



Former Richardson City Manager to Join Diocesan Staff on September 4th
Well-known, former Richardson City Manager, Bill Keffler, will take a new career path when he joins the Diocese of Dallas as Chief Operating Officer.

Former Richardson City Manager to Join Diocesan Staff on September 4th

Well-known, former Richardson City Manager, Bill Keffler, will take a new career path when he joins the Diocese of Dallas as Chief Operating Officer.



Faithful Citizenship Should Guide Teaching in Political Life
In advance of the 2012 elections, the U.S. bishops reaffirmed their 2007 document, Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship, in this coming election cycle and beyond, as the “continuing teaching of our Bishops’ Conference and our guidance for Catholics in the exercise of their rights and duties as participants in our democracy.”

Faithful Citizenship Should Guide Teaching in Political Life

In advance of the 2012 elections, the U.S. bishops reaffirmed their 2007 document, Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship, in this coming election cycle and beyond, as the “continuing teaching of our Bishops’ Conference and our guidance for Catholics in the exercise of their rights and duties as participants in our democracy.”



1...66676869>