The Diocese of Amarillo is offering the fourth segment of the Safe Environment Program Right Relationships for Children and Young People titled, Communication to all of our parishes and Catholic Schools.
Nine Catholics in the Diocese of Amarillo have completed the eight courses of the Faith Formation Basic Course, according to Sister Janet M. Abbacchi, SSND, Coordinator of Faith Formation for the Diocese of Amarillo.
Joy Filled Marriage is the topic as the For Two…Shall Become One program begins a new session Friday, Sept. 12, according to Stephanie Frausto, director of Respect Life Ministries for the Diocese of Amarillo.
Bishop Patrick J. Zurek will be the featured speaker for the next Theology on Tap meeting, set for Thursday, Sept. 18, beginning at 7:00pm at I Don’t Know Sports Bar and Grill at 1301 Southwest 6th Street.
St. Joseph’s School will note its 60th anniversary with events Sunday, Sept. 7 and Monday, Sept. 8, according to principal Angi Seidenberger.
The school will honor its alumni during an 11:00am Mass at St. Joseph’s Church Sept. 7. School students will be responsible for the ministries during the Mass.
Editor’s Note: On Aug. 24, Bishop Patrick J. Zurek spoke with the organizers of a summer Vacation Bible School at Church of the Holy Spirit, Tulia. Here are excerpts from that conversation, which will air on Wednesday, Sept. 24 during the opening day of the annual RadioThon for St. Valentine Catholic Radio, 1360AM.
A tradition at the annual Tri-State Fair is a booth operated by Catholics in the Diocese of Amarillo, answering questions about the Faith and offering religious items.
A Training Day for Evangelizing at the Tri-State Fair is scheduled Saturday, Aug. 23 from 9:00am to 12:30pm in the Reception Room at St. Mary’s Cathedral, 1200 South Washington.
“God is love, and those who abide in love abide in God and God in them.”
—1 John 4:16
It’s a new name for a traditional fall event in the Diocese of Amarillo.
Formerly known as 40 Days for Life, the event has been rebranded as 40 Days, 40 Churches, which will begin Wednesday, Sept. 24, according to Stephanie Frausto, diocesan director of Respect Life Ministries.