CET: I Will Follow – An interview with seminarian John Simmons

John Simmons is a seminarian for the Diocese of Tyler in his second year of formation at Notre Dame Seminary in Louisiana. He is also a convert to the Catholicism. We caught up with him and asked him to tell us the story of his conversion. (This story appeared in the January 2017 edition of the Catholic East Texas magazine). …

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You Have Put on Christ with Dr. Jerry Galipeau

On Saturday (Feb. 11), the Office of Faith Formation hosted Dr. Jerry Galipeau for an interactive session with diocesan catechists and faith formation leaders entitled, “You Have Put on Christ.” Galipeau is Vice President and Chief Publishing Officer at J. S. Paluch Company and its music and liturgy division, World Library Publications.

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Que Pasa: News and Notes for Feb. 8

In 2017, the Diocese of Tyler will honor our past and look forward to the future as we celebrate our 30th year of carrying out the saving mission of Jesus Christ and his Church in East Texas. The Diocese of Tyler was canonically erected on Dec. 12, 1986, by an Apostolic Bull of Pope St. John Paul II, which created the new …

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Good Shepherd Health System in Longview joins CHRISTUS, becomes Catholic institution

Good Shepherd Health System (GSHS) has announced the finalization of an agreement to become a part of CHRISTUS Health. This agreement brings together two prestigious health systems to create CHRISTUS Good Shepherd Health System. This joining will allow the two health systems to work together to improve access to care for patients and expand health care services throughout East Texas. …

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Father McLaughlin Named President of Bishop Gorman Catholic School

Very Rev. Dr. Anthony McLaughlin has been appointed President of Bishop Thomas K. Gorman Catholic School in Tyler, Bishop Joseph E. Strickland has announced. “I am very pleased to appoint Father Anthony McLaughlin as President of Bishop Gorman School,” said Bishop Strickland. “As a faithful priest, a gifted teacher and an experienced administrator, he brings considerable and unique talents along …

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Que Pasa: News and Notes for Feb. 1

In 2017, the Diocese of Tyler will honor our past and look forward to the future as we celebrate our 30th year of carrying out the saving mission of Jesus Christ and his Church in East Texas. The Diocese of Tyler was canonically erected on Dec. 12, 1986, by an Apostolic Bull of Pope St. John Paul II, which created the new …

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Catholic schools in diocese to celebrate Christ-centered education during Catholic Schools Week, Jan. 29-Feb. 4

TYLER – Catholic schools in the Diocese of Tyler and around the nation will again celebrate and proclaim their unique gift to education in the U.S. with events scheduled during Catholic Schools Week, Jan. 29-Feb. 4. The theme for this year’s celebration is Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service. Catholic schools in the Diocese of Tyler will observe …

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Williams named Finance Officer

Laura Williams has received a canonical appointment to the position of Finance Officer for the Diocese of Tyler, Bishop Joseph E. Strickland has announced. The Finance Officer, a position mandated for each diocese by the Church’s Code of Canon Law, directs the administration of the goods of the diocese under the authority of the bishop and prepares the financial reports …

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Que Pasa: News and Notes for Jan. 11

In 2017, the Diocese of Tyler will honor our past and look forward to the future as we celebrate our 30th year of carrying out the saving mission of Jesus Christ and his Church in East Texas. The Diocese of Tyler was canonically erected on Dec. 12, 1986, by an Apostolic Bull of Pope St. John Paul II, which created …

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Archbishop Emeritus Patricio Flores of San Antonio dies

Archbishop Patricio Fernandez Flores, 87, fourth archbishop of San Antonio who was the first Mexican-American elevated to the hierarchy in the Catholic Church in the United States, died of pneumonia and congestive heart failure on Jan. 9 at Padua Place Residence for retired priests in San Antonio. He had previously been briefly hospitalized at Baptist Medical Center. Prior to the …

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Office of Faith Formation issued record number of catechist endorsements in 2016

TYLER – The diocesan Office of Faith Formation issued 123 catechist endorsements in 2016, the highest number of endorsements issued since the process began in 2002, said Linda Khirallah Porter, diocesan faith formation director. Endorsements are offered at four levels: beginning, basic, intermediate, and advanced. Endorsements as professional religious educators also are offered, as are endorsements in prison ministry and …

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Job Opening: IT Manager for Diocese of Tyler

The Diocese of Tyler is seeking qualified applicants to fill the full-time position of Information Technology Manager, Chad Cleckler, director of operations, has announced. The IT Manager coordinates and supervises all aspects of the information technology for the diocese, under the direction of the director of operations and in accordance with established policies and procedures. The IT Manager assesses and …

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Bishop Gorman School seeking new principal

Applications are now being accepted for the position of principal of Bishop Gorman Regional School in Tyler, Dr. James Klassen, superintendent of schools, has announced. The position is open following the announcement of the retirement of long-time principal Jim Franz last fall. Bishop Gorman School is a distinguished Catholic middle and college preparatory school with 354 co-ed students in grades …

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