Gift God and yourself with dedicated time together.
The weekends are being held:
Women: Aug. 16th and 17th
Men: Aug. 23rd and 24th.
All you need to do is fill out a registration form. You will be notified by mail of all the other details. There are limited spots available. When they fill, we start a waiting list.
Have questions? Contact Michelle Villa 254-396-7173 or Phil Gudat 817-573-1876.
Becoming a catechist is a vocation of great consequence to the economy of salvation. The very foundation of the Catholic Church depends on strong catechesis. Jesus commissioned His disciples to go and preach the Good News, announcing the dawn of a new era and presence of God among us. The hierarchy of the church is the suitable custodian of this mandate by extension, the mandate belongs to the catechist. This is because by their very nature, catechists echo the faith and speak of the things of God in the most comprehensive way. If you feel called to this service, do not hesitate to respond spontaneously. Do not wait another year, another month, or another week. God is calling you to engage now and to do something beautiful for Him by instructing His children.
To What Ministry is God Calling You?
Early Childhood Education: extra hands and loving arms are always needed with the youngest of our church. How much love can you give to these little angels? contact Melissa Perez at email@example.com
Working with Elementary Age Children: RE catechists are truly the face of Christ to their students, but there are some many other ways to support this ministry. What talents can you offer? Help introduce these children to Jesus? Contact Melissa Perez at firstname.lastname@example.org
Working with Middle School youth: These youth are "in between" being an elementary kid and a teenager. This is a time of discovery and they are ripe to learn about God. How can you help a young person discover Jesus? contact Erica Espinoza at email@example.com
Working with High School Teens: volunteers working with teens strive to make the Catholic faith relevant to the "real world" of the teenager. When ministering to teens, one quickly realizes how much these young people bring to the Church. How can you support the youth of our parish as they discover their own calling to be children of God? Contact Angela Behrens at firstname.lastname@example.org
ARE YOU SOMEONE OR DO YOU KNOW SOMEONE WHO…
- Has expressed an interest in becoming Catholic?
- Was baptized Catholic as a child, but has not celebrated the Sacraments of Confirmation and Eucharist?
The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) offers an opportunity to come together in a small group to learn more about our Catholic faith. Sessions focus on the teachings and experience of Church and prepare individuals to celebrate the Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, and Eucharist during the Easter season. You are welcome to participate in the process with your questions, your insights and your faith story in a warm accepting setting.
For more information, please contact Steve Dixon, OP at (817)573-2997 or (817)578-9206, or email@example.com.
Call us at 817-326-2131
4:00 PM Confessions
5:00 PM Mass (English)
9:00 AM Mass (English)
11:00 Mass (Bilingual. Glen Rose)
12:30 Mass (Spanish)
The Tuesday Morning Ladies Bible Study will begin again on Tuesday, August 5.
The group \will meet each week from 9:30am-11:00am in room 103 in the Family Life Center.
They will be doing a 6 week study of “Genesis 12-23: Abraham and Sarah’s Journey”.
For more details, please contact Marinelle Szenasy @ (817) 243-8796 or e-mail her @ firstname.lastname@example.org
If interested in helping in this ministry please call the parish office or Dcn. Rod MgGuire.
Is looking for more volunteers to help with funeral meals at St. Frances Cabrini. Please contact us if you wish to help provide salads, casseroles, desserts and/or service to our fellow church members in a time of need. Please contact us if you are currently on our call list and need to update your phone number or are no longer able to help. This is a beautiful ministry that does not take a lot of time and yet provides comfort to our families at St. Frances Cabrini. Call or email Jean Snelus at 817-579-5669 or Maria Rodriguez at 817-573-5172 or at email@example.com
Registration for Religious Education is after all Sunday Masses on August 17, 24 and 31.
Classes for grades PreK-8 begin on September 7. Classes for grades 9-12 begin on September 17.
Children and youth who have not been baptized or made their First Communion by age 7 will be in a 2 year preparation program. During the first year they will receive regular catechism lessons, and the second one is oriented to the reception of the sacraments. Children currently in second grade who have been baptized will make their First Communion in May of 2015. Beginning this fall, all children and youth older than 7, needing a sacrament will need to complete the 2 year preparation.
High School youth will complete a 2 year preparation program to make their Confirmation in the spring of their second year, regardless of grade level.
Please note that RCIA for children/youth, First Communion and Confirmation Preparation are all now 2 year programs. All students interested in making a sacrament must be enrolled and attending classes for 2 full years, missing no more than 5 classes per year. The last day to enroll in classes and qualify for sacramental preparation this year is October 12.
Promote Vocations !
For more information contact:
Fr. Johnathan Wallis
(817)-560-2452 ext. 110.
Attention Young Adults (high school grads, college students, young professionals). Connect with other young adults of the parish for a night of fellowship and meet other young adults exploring their faith. Join us Monday nights at 7:00 PM in Room 8 of the Education Building. Check us out on the web at firstname.lastname@example.org.