About Us

Who We Are

We are your parish family. We are your Church family. We are your brothers and sisters in the Lord.

The Catholic Diocese of Dallas promotes the love of God and the teachings of Jesus Christ in our local community and beyond. We strive to foster spiritual growth, encourage active participation in the sacramental life of the Church, and support the development of strong, loving relationships among our members. We are committed to serving those in need, both within our diocese and in the wider world, and to promoting social justice and the dignity of all human life. Through our shared faith and our commitment to living the Gospel message, we seek to build a more just and loving society and to bring the hope and healing of Christ to all people.

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Our Impact

Pastoral outreach requires us to carry out the Beatitudes through housing the homeless, feeding the hungry, welcoming the stranger, caring for children and seniors and addressing the spiritual and emotional needs of our communities. The programs and facilities offered through the Diocese of Dallas allow us to evangelize through word and deed, touching the hears of those who are most in need.

Our History

Catholicism is woven into the history of Texas. Spanish explorers, who “happened” on Texas in 1519, while looking for a shortcut to the Orient, were agents of the Catholic King and Queen of Spain and were charged with the dual mission of exploring and Christianizing by spreading the Gospel. Spanish conquistadors, whose task was to plant the flag of Spain in the new land, marched side-by-side with missionaries whose charge was to plant the Catholic cross. Their Catholic culture is reflected in the names they gave to the land: Corpus Christi, the Body of Christ; rivers named for the Most Holy Trinity, the “Trinity”; and the Arms of God, the “Brazos”. Often times the missionaries were the advance guard, their missions the first outposts in the wilderness.

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