Tyler Catholic Schools delivers the highest quality educational experience, grounded in the Catholic tradition, to shape the whole person; mind, body, and soul, through the teachings of Jesus Christ. To reach this high standard we have to strive continually for excellence in our schools.
One major step we can take to ensure that we always have good leadership and a competitive edge for our schools is to unify the administration of our Catholic schools in Tyler. I believe the time has come for this step.
Mary: Woman, Mother, and Teacher
May 12th 2018: 9:30am-6:00pm at T.K. Gorman Catholic School
1405 ESE Loop 323
Tyler TX 75701
- Rev. Carlos Sandoval PhD
- Rev. Jonas Shell
- Rev. Morgan White
- Rev. Anthony Stoeppel
- Rev. Patrick Fenton
Childcare available – Admission is free (donations accepted)
For more information, contact Dcn Ruben Natera. 903-530-2164
Bishop Joseph Strickland has named Father Nolan Lowry as the new head of the Sanctity of Life ministry in the Diocese of Tyler. He replaces long-time director Father Gavin Vaverek.
Father Lowry, Pastor of St. Edward Catholic Church in Athens, Tx, is originally from Gilmer, Texas. He is a convert to the Catholic Faith, trained in Rome, and possesses a License in Sacred Theology with a specialty in moral theology.
Father Lowry said, “I am truly honored that Bishop Strickland has asked me to direct the Sanctity of Life Office for the Diocese of Tyler. Building on the Pro-Life work of Fr. Gavin Vaverek for the last twenty-five years, I look forward to assisting the Bishop in continuing to proclaim the Church’s Gospel of Life in East Texas.
Funeral arrangements for Father Naño, who passed away last week after a lengthy battle with cancer, are as follows:
Monday, February 26
Beaty Funeral Home
Visitation from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Rosary from 6 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Office for the Dead from 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
NOTE: Priests should wear black suit/cassock. Father Larry Love will lead the Rosary. Bishop Strickland will preside for the Office.
Tuesday, February 27
Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception
Funeral Mass at 11 a.m.
Burial at Rose Hill Cemetery to Follow
Reception in Cathedral Center
Catholic Charities extends heart-felt thanks to the people of the Diocese of Tyler for contributing $268,991 for victims of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Maria and Mexico earthquakes. You have touched the lives of many with your generous hearts.
Here’s how much was raised for each individual cause:
$50,000 Hurricane Maria-Puerto Rico
$185,000 Hurricane Harvey-Texas Coast
$22,515 Hurricane Irma-Florida Coast
$11,476 Earthquakes in Mexico
Kathy Shieldes Harry
Catholic Charities-Diocese of Tyler