Catholic Church

Pope John Paul II And Pope John XXIII Are Declared Saints During A Vatican Mass

Dallas Bishop Among Crowds On Historic Day Of 4 Popes

Bishop Kevin Farrell of the Catholic Diocese of Dallas was among an estimated 800,000 people who watched as two 20th-century popes were elevated to sainthood Sunday morning.


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Mass Of Ordination For New Fort Worth Bishop

The Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth prepared the Fort Worth Convention Center to receive up to 15,000 people, all attending the ordination of its new bishop, Michael Olson.

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More Young Men Choosing Priesthood

The face of priesthood is changing, according to the Catholic Church. The number of seminarians has nearly doubled in the last 10 years in the Diocese of Fort Worth alone.


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Opinion: Churches Shouldn’t Be The Next Super PACs

It is time to end the tax exempt status of religious organizations that advocated for a partisan candidate.



Father And Son Join Catholic Priesthood Together

A father and son pair of former Episcopal Priests officially became priests in the Catholic Church Saturday.


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Father And Son Become Father and Father Together

On father and son pair of Episcopal priests will be ordained as Catholic priests Saturday morning.


A parishioner worships at Our Mother of Mercy Church in Fort Worth. (Credit: Joel Thomas/KTVT)

Worshippers Flock To Century-Old Black Catholic Church

The neighborhoods off Terrell Avenue just south of downtown are rebuilding around their old foundation: Its churches.


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Debate Growing Over Religious Freedom & Birth Control

The volatile mix of religion, reproductive rights and politics has a new flash point.


The church of St. Peter the Apostle in Dallas.  (Photo credit Catholic Diocese of Dallas)

Vandals Damage Statue At Historic Dallas Church

A five-foot statue of St. Peter the Apostle adorned the front of its namesake church for more than 50 years.