Effective Thursday, July 18, access to the Diocese of Dallas Human Resources forms, documents and policies will be available only to employees using a secure access login and password. The secure page will continue to provide all the resources you have had access to in the past, but will be password protected. The Diocese of Dallas Job Opportunities page with current job listings and the form to submit a job listing, is available outside of the secure webpage.
For login credentials, please contact the Business Manager at your parish, school or entity.
In this retreat of discernment, the goal is to reflect on the vocations to which God calls men and women so that young people can choose with more confidence the path to follow. This special vocational retreat in Spanish is sponsored by Pastoral Juvenil of the Diocese of Dallas and will be held Sat.-Sun., August 24-25 at the Catholic Conference and Formation Center at 901 S. Madison Avenue. To register and get more information please call 214-379-3172.
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En este retiro de discernimiento, el objetivo es reflexionar sobre las vocaciones a las que Dios llama al hombre y a la mujer para que al igual que muchos jóvenes puedan elegir con confianza el mejor camino para seguir. Este retiro vocacional en Español está patrocinado por Pastoral Juvenil de la Diócesis de Dallas y se llevará a cabo el Sábado y Domingo, del 24 al 25 de agosto en el Centro de Formación y Conferencia Católica en 901 S. Madison Avenue. Para registrarse y obtener más información, llame al 214-379-3172.
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To: All Clergy, Pastors, Pastoral Administrators, Deacons, Parish Secretaries, Parish Catechetical Leaders, Catechists, Marriage Preparation Coordinators, RCIA Directors, Youth Directors, Lay Ministers
The Office of Worship presents the 4th Annual Liturgy Boot Camp at St. Paul the Apostle Parish Center Friday, August 23 from 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Saturday, August 24 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. This is a two-day event for volunteers that help prepare for Mass, funerals, weddings, and other liturgical services, musicians, deacons, deacon-candidates, and anyone who wants to learn and do more in a parish.
Registration and more information here.
Additional information? Contact Elizabeth Cunningham, 214-379-2872 or .
An allegation of abuse that occurred in 1960 has resulted in the Diocese of Dallas adding the name of a priest from France to its list of now 32 clergy members who have received credible allegations of sexual abuse of minors over the last 70 years. Peter Barusseau was a French priest who filled-in at three area churches over the one-year period of 1960-1961. Born in 1909, Barusseau is believed to be dead but the Diocese is attempting to confirm his date of death with his home diocese in France.
Police were notified of the allegation and the Diocesan Review Board evaluated the charge and recommended to Bishop Burns that Barusseau’s name be added to the list.
According to church records Barusseau substituted for other priests at Immaculate Conception in Denton, St. Anthony in Dallas and St. Mary in Sherman. “I continue to urge anyone who was the victim of abuse to come forward because, as promised in January, we will continue to update this list as needed,” said Bishop Edward Burns. “Our diocese continues to cooperate with law enforcement as they investigate outstanding allegations and remain committed to creating a safe environment throughout the diocese.”
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All first responders in the nine counties that make up the Diocese of Dallas and their families are invited to attend the 3rd annual Diocese of Dallas Blue Mass on Saturday, August 10th at the Cathedral Guadalupe located at 2215 Ross Avenue. There will be a blessing of the fleet starting at 9:00 am and Mass at 10 am.
This special liturgy is for all those in public safety, law enforcement, EMS, support staff, and all whose service helps keep our communities and nation safe. In particular, we will gather in prayerful and grateful remembrance of those heroic servants who made the supreme sacrifice in the fulfillment of their duties and to offer thanksgiving for those who serve and protect our community.
A reception will immediately follow Mass in the Cathedral’s Gran Salon.
Please visit cathdal.org/bluemass for more information and to RSVP.
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Have you ever wondered how you might be able to help a child who desires a Catholic Education but cannot afford it?
The Bishop's Invitational Golf Tournament provides deserving students with immediate tuition assistance that can change the course of their lives. Since its beginning in 2011, this event has raised more than $4.5M and provided financial aid to 2,871 students. Come be a part of one of the largest charitable golf tournaments in North Texas.
Even if you are not a golfer, numerous sponsorship opportunities are available.
Please join us Monday, September 30 at the Four Seasons Resort to participate in this year's Bishop's Invitational Golf Tournament, as a golfer, sponsor, or supporter of Catholic education.
To learn more, please visit www.bishopsgolf.org or contact Monica Austin, Events Director, at or 214-379-2826.
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The new dates and remit form are now uploaded for 2020 at www.cathdal.org/collections. This is where all updates will be made moving forward. Scroll down to the bottom to see buttons for this year and next year's collection schedules and remit forms. Please bookmark the link for the future.
July 30 is World Day against Trafficking in Persons. On this day we reflect on all of the victims of human trafficking throughout the world, including sex trafficking and labor trafficking. Currently, there are more than 21 million trafficked people, worldwide. Most of these are women and children, with the amount of children trafficked estimated to be around one-third of this total number, including both boys and girls.
As Catholics, we recognize that prayer is of the utmost importance. In our mission to act with the Church to help the poor overseas, we begin with prayer. Catholic Relief Services encourages us to use these resources and prayer.
The DCYC team is excited to announce that the DCYC website is now live for the conference that will take place from February 14-16, 2020. This 3-day faith conference will be an opportunity for youth to explore a relationship with Jesus Christ without judgment or expectation and will catalyze their active engagement in parish life. The Dallas Catholic Youth Conference will provide opportunities for evangelization and conversion through dynamic, Christ-centered programming that includes prayer experiences, community building, powerful speakers, high energy music, and service opportunities. By providing values driven connections, this event will embolden and excite teens to deepen their relationship with Christ and to go out and witness to their faith in Him.
All Parishes & High Schools are invited to bring a group of high school students to the Dallas Catholic Youth Conference. To register as a group leader or learn more about DCYC 2020, visit http://dcycdallas.com/. If you have any questions about DCYC or would like to get involved, email Murphey Cohn at .
The Diocesan Golden Anniversary Mass celebrating 50 and 50+ Years of Marriage will be held on Saturday, August 17, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. at the Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe. This celebration is for couples celebrating their 50th (married in 1969) or 50+ years of marriage (married in 1968 or before) in 2019.
Registration will for this event is required and the deadline to register is Sunday, August 11, 2019.
Please note: Only the names of those registered by August 5th will be printed in the worship aid for this Mass.
For additional information please contact Elizabeth Cunningham at 214-379-2872 or
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To: All Pastors, Principals, Clergy, Business Managers, All Staff Members of Pastoral Center, Parishes, Schools and Entities, All School Staff, All Parishes, Schools & Entities Staff, Parish Secretaries, Ministry Leaders, Communications Representatives, Bulletin Editors, Parish Catechetical Leaders
It's that time again! The Trinitarian Auxiliary is seeking donations for its Annual Welcome Basket project for the Holy Trinity Seminarians. Please assist in promoting this project at your parishes and schools. Please consider using this brochure for parish bulletins and promotional announcements.
The Welcome Basket Committee of the Trinitarian Auxiliary thanks everyone for supporting our seminarians.
Please click here for current Tribunal Educational Opportunities.
Director, Diaconal Ministry & Formation
A Permanent Deacon is preferred. Undergraduate Degree. Five years’ experience in a Leadership role in a Parish, Diocese, Catholic College/University, or Religious Order. Must have a thorough understanding of contemporary theology of the Catholic Church, the Sacraments and the Diaconate.
See the full job listing here
All current job postings in the Diocese of Dallas can be found at www.cathdal.org/Job_Opportunities.