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6:00 pm (Español)
8:00 am (English)
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2:00 pm (Español)
4:00 pm (LifeTeen - English)
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8:15 am (English)
6:30 pm (Español)
8:15 am (School Mass - English)
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The Blessed Sacrament is exposed for Adoration in the Chapel:
- Monday, 6pm - 9 pm
- Wednesday, 7 pm - 8 pm
- Thursday, 9 am - 8 pm (7 - 8 pm is the Knights of Columbus Pro-Life Holy Hour)
“The harvest is abundant but the laborers are few.” How is God asking you to be a laborer? The Kingdom of God Sisters (K.G.S.) is a new women’s religious community focused on evangelization that is starting in the Diocese of Fort Worth.
We invite all unmarried women to open their life and their plans to God’s will for their life. This is done through increase prayer time and asking God, what His will for your life is. If in your discernment, you feel a prompting to learn about the religious life, we invite you to contact us. The religious life is a life lived in love with a woman giving herself totally to God (an undivided heart)!
We ask the laity to please pray for our community, encourage young women to consider religious life, and to donate, if you are able to financially. Once we have the funds, we will purchase a home in Denton to serve as our convent which enables us to begin formation and wearing our habit as well as host women discerning their vocation by attending vocational events at the Motherhouse.
The ALS Association Ice Bucket challenge is a rage. But some Diocese of Fort Worth Catholics have raised questions about participating in the challenge because some of the funds raised will be used by ALS to fund research done with embryonic stem cells.
Bishop Michael Olson observes that embryonic stem cell research goes against Catholic moral teaching about the sanctity of life from the moment of conception until natural death.
Many Catholics, as well as others, in the Diocese’s geographic area suffer from ALS. Research to find a cure for the disease is important to those who are afflicted.
Therefore, Bishop Olson urges Catholics who participate in the Bucket Challenge to direct their financial contributions to an organization which conducts research in a manner consistent with Catholic teachings: The John Paul II Medical Research Institute.
The John Paul II Medical Research Institute (JP2MRI), located in Iowa City, IA, “focuses on the most ethical and cost-effective way of conducting medical research to help develop therapies and cures for a variety of diseases.” Complete details about the JP2 Medical Research Institute and how to donate are available at: http://jp2mri.org/
Bishop Olson asks every Catholic in the Diocese to pray for those afflicted with ALS and for their families who are providing such loving care.
The Catholic Campus Ministry at UNT needs your help! Ministry at UNT is estimated to cost approximately $30,000 each year. We are raising funds now to kick off the school year and help fund our annual Awakening Retreat. Please help support our Catholic students on Campus!