Catholic Diocese Of Dallas Bishop Edward Burns Issues Rebuttal Following Dallas Police Raid Of Documents"We were surprised, dismayed and even disappointed by the actions taken on Wednesday," Bishop Burns said in the video.
Dallas Police Execute Warrants At Catholic Diocese, Storage Location And ParishInvestigators with the Dallas Police Department have executed a number of warrants across the city associated with the Catholic Diocese of Dallas.
Priest Listed By Diocese Of Dallas As Likely Sex Abuser Of Minors Was Dallas County Jail VolunteerRobert Crisp was a listed Religious Service Provider representing the Catholic Diocese from 2015 until 2018.
Texas Bishop Tweets Call For Gov. Cuomo's ExcommunicationA Texas bishop wants New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo excommunicated from the Catholic church.
Catholic Diocese Of Dallas Makes Revelation Regarding Investigation Into PriestsThe news revealed Tuesday night by Bishop Edward Burns at a ceremony of sorrows to address allegations of pedophilia here at Saint Cecilia Catholic Church.
New Dallas Bishop To Officially Take His PostThe celebration continues in Dallas on Thursday as the area's newest bishop officially takes his post. Hundreds of Catholic leaders from as far away as Rome will be in town for the installation.
Pope Francis Appoints New Bishop For The Diocese Of DallasPope Francis has reportedly named Edward J. Burns to serve as the new Bishop of the Diocese of Dallas.
Two Icons At Catholic Diocese Of Dallas RetiringThey began their careers 50 years ago at the Catholic Diocese of Dallas and now two of the longest running employees there are headed off into retirement.
Dallas Priest Ordained Bishop For Catholic DioceseThe Most Reverend Gregory Kelly was ordained a bishop before a capacity crowd Thursday at the Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe in downtown Dallas.
Iconic Dallas Pastor To Be Laid To Rest WednesdayThe oldest and longest serving Diocese of Dallas priest, Monsignor Thomas W. Weinzapfel died New Year's Day.
Four Area Schools Receive National HonorBoth campuses serve a student body where the vast majority of its students are from socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds.
Two North Texans Meet Pope; 1 Takes A SelfieAnnette Gonzales-Taylor and Maria Beltran knew they would be near Pope Francis during his visit to Washington, D.C. What they didn’t know is he would stop and offer them a greeting.
51 North Texas Off Ebola Watch List, But Stigma Concerns RemainMonday marked a major milestone in the efforts to put an end to the spread of the Ebola virus in Dallas. Fifty-one people completed the 21-day surveillance period and were taken off the watch list.
North Texas Catholics Heading To Rome For Dual CanonizationPope Francis will make history Sunday at the Vatican. He will grant sainthood to Pope John Paul II and Pope John XXIII. The joint ceremony will be the first dual canonization in the church's more than 2,000-year history.