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Bishop Kevin Farrell - The Chief Shepherd of the Catholic Diocese of Dallas Bishop Kevin Farrell The Chief Shepherd of the Catholic Diocese of Dallas Languages English Espa?ol (Spanish) Connect Facebook Google+ Pinterest Twitter Search Bishop Farrell’s homily for Mass of Thanksgiving September 16, 2016 By Bishop Kevin J. Farrell The Diocese of Dallas bid a sad farewell and offered thanks to Bishop Kevin J. Farrell at a Mass of Thanksgiving for his near-decade of ministry and service on Saturday, September 10 at 5:00 p.m. at the Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe. Below is a video of his homily at this Mass. Bishop Kevin Farrell Farewell Mass homily – September 10, 2016 from Catholic Diocese of Dallas on Vimeo. — Highlights during Bishop Kevin J. Farrell’s tenure as bishop of the Diocese of Dallas 2007 March 6 – Appointed Bishop of the Diocese of Dallas by Pope Benedict XVI. May 1 – Installed as the seventh bishop of the Diocese of Dallas at Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe. Catholic population in nine-county area stands at approximately 940,000. June 9 – Ordains his first diocesan priest, Father Jason Cargo. June 9 – Ordains his first diocesan priest, Father Jason Cargo. Aug. 21 – Visits St. Cecilia Catholic Church in Oak Cliff after it was struck by lightning and burns and pledges to work to build a new sanctuary for community. Sept. 15 – Hires director of communications to focus on improving internal and external communications and bridging relationships with media and communities. November – Hires first full-time Safe Environment Director charged with compliance of criminal background safety checks, for employees and volunteers working in all parishes, schools and offices. November – Appoints Vicar for Clergy to oversee all aspects of clergy life and assist in improving the relationship with the priests of the diocese. 2008 Jan. 22 – Celebrates Mass and leads 5,000 people in march and rally and implores pro-life advocates to not lose faith in attempts to overturn Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion. Aug. 24 – In an effort to promote vocations to the priesthood, organizes semi-annual St. Andrew Dinners to inform young men about being open to the call for vocations to the priesthood. October – Appoints 16 lay men and women from parishes throughout the diocese to a newly formed Pastoral Council to help him address key issues important to the diocese. 2009 March 23 – Leads groundbreaking for Notre Dame Courts, a 69-unit facility in Oak Cliff for low- income people as part of Catholic Housing Initiative. Oct. 23 – Relaunches and co-sponsors an expanded University of Dallas Ministry Conference at the Dallas Convention Center to ensure convenient ongoing training for all lay and clergy involved in ministry. October – Reads decree following Mass of dedication in Kerens, Texas, of the first Vietnamese Benedictine monastery in the United States. 2010 January 2010 – Launches blog to reach more Catholics via social media. April 10 – Ordains two auxiliary bishops to help minister to the growing number of Catholics in the Diocese of Dallas. 2011 February – Appoints a select strategic task force comprised of lay men and women, that included educators, parents, philanthropists and professionals, to map out the future of Catholic Schools in the diocese, resulting in the publishing of the “Our Students, Our Future: A Roadmap for Excellence.” Sept. 3 – Joins St. Francis of Assisi Catholic community in Frisco in the groundbreaking for a new and much larger sanctuary to better accommodate the ever-growing number of Catholics in northern Collin County. Sept. 12 – Tees off inaugural Bishop Farrell Invitational golf tournament to raise funds for tuition assistance for students in Catholic schools. To date, this golf tournament has raised $2.7 million for tuition assistance for students in diocesan schools. Nov. 20 – Thanks members of St. Cecilia Catholic Church community for efforts and support during a dedication Mass for the church’s new sanctuary. 2012 Feb. 11 – Initiates Bishop’s Award for Service with Mass at cathedral, honoring lay volunteers for their commitment and service to the local Catholic Church. March 14 – Leads Diocese of Dallas bishops in Ad Limina visit to the Vatican and meeting with Pope Benedict XVI. Sept. 4 – Employed first-ever Chief Operating Officer to oversee all business aspects in the diocese. Oct. 6-7 – Leads Dallas area Knights of Columbus members in delivering wheelchairs to people in rural areas of Honduras. Concelebrates several Masses in Trujillo, Dallas Diocese’s sister city. 2013 March 23 – Joins Mayor Mike Rawlings and thousands of men in City Hall Plaza for “Men Against Abuse” rally, calling an end to domestic violence. April 16 – Convenes first Marian Dinner to highlight the importance of religious women to the church and inspire vocations for future generations. April 17 – Celebrates with Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings the implementation of $6 million renovation of Bishop Dunne Catholic with announcement at the Oak Cliff school. May 5 – Leads march and speaks at rally at City Hall Plaza promoting immigration reform. Sept. 4 – Presides at all-school Mass kicking off Bishop Lynch High School’s 50th anniversary. Oct. 7 – Delivers a Red Mass homily at the Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle in Washington, D.C., where the congregation traditionally prays for the U.S. Supreme Court and government officials (with several Supreme Court judges and officials in attendance) amid the federal government shutdown. In his homily, Bishop Farrell stressed that debate requires respect for the other side in every argument, no matter what the disagreement. 2014 June 14 —Santa Clara Regional Community Center, a program of Catholic Charities of Dallas that features a summer children’s camp, opens in West Dallas. July 2014 – Urges Gov. Rick Perry to view immigrant children who have crossed into the U.S. from Central America as refugees in response to the governor’s announcement of a plan to send 1,000 members of the Texas National Guard to the border. Sept. 30 – Presides over kickoff celebration of diocese’s 125th anniversary and launch of $125 million capital campaign, “Our Faith…Our Future”, to raise $125 million for parishes, Catholic schools, Catholic Charities, Holy Trinity Seminary, and the Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe. Oct. 17 – Announces his invitation of Cristo Rey High School to operate in the Diocese of Dallas with its nationally acclaimed college prep/work-study curriculum in school’s partnership with area businesses. Oct. 20 – Reveals that four people exposed to Ebola virus were quarantined in Catholic facility for nearly a month, saying, “We help people because we are Catholic, not because they are Catholic.” 2015 Fall – Formally opens St. Philip & St. Augustine Academy that combined two schools into a renovated campus in Pleasant Grove. 2016 Jan. 2 – Prays with parishioners and community members who lost their homes ... Similar Website

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