Resources for Teachers
- History of the Diocese of Dallas Slideshow (PowerPoint)
- Significant dates in the history of the Catholic Diocese of Dallas
- Timeline of the History of the Catholic Diocese of Dallas - Interactive online resource
eBooks (PDF format)
Prologue to the Future: A Brief Chronicle of the Catholic Church in North Texas
Written for the 125th anniversary history of the Diocese of Dallas
Download Prologue to the Future
Prairie Gothic: 19th and early 20th Century Catholic Diocese of Dallas Churches
Photo essay on early churches in the diocese that, although simple in structure invariably featured a cross and a gothic door or window that set them apart as churches.
They Came To Serve: A Chronology of Women Religious in the Catholic Diocese of Dallas 1874 - 2014
Long before our diocese was established in 1890 Ursuline Nuns, Daughters of Charity, Holy Cross Sisters and Sisters of St. Mary Namur had established schools, hospitals, and academies in what would become the Dallas diocese. They were but the vanguard of the thousands of women religious from 63 communities who came to serve and are still serving God in this corner of His vineyard.
Catholic Texans: Our Family Album
This is an online version of the first edition of Catholic Texans: Our Family Album, Teachers Edition. It is richly illustrated and has teacher notes for each lesson. Most of the illustrations are available for downloading.
Artwork from the Catholic Texans book than you may download for use in your class is available online at the Artwork by Costa page.