News & Announcements

Welcome Father Tim Thompson

We are so happy to welcome Fr. Tim Thompson as our new Pastor. Please join us in praying for him as he ministers to All Saints Parish and School!

Estamos muy felices de dar la bienvenida al Padre Tim Thompson como nuestro nuevo Pastor. ¡Únase a nosotros para orar por él mientras ministra en la Parroquia y Escuela de Todos los Santos!

Father Jasso Memorial Fund

Fr. Stephen Jasso, TOR, was a faithful Franciscan who watched over the people of All Saints Parish in Fort Worth for 23 years with a shepherd’s care. He was a much-respected advocate for the region’s growing Hispanic population and always taught by example, even when a debilitating battle with ALS robbed him of speech and mobility. He passed away on February 12 at the age of 88.

2 HOUR DELAY 2-25-22

We will have a 10am start on 2-25-22 due to the weather. This day is already a scheduled noon dismissal day. Due to the shortened schedule, no lunch will be served. However, if your child is staying for the Literacy United Extended Care Program, please send them with a lunch. We will use tomorrow to pray a school-wide rosary for the conflict in Ukraine and prepare the students for the upcoming Lenten season. Please use your best judgment for road conditions in your area.

No School Thursday, February 24th

Due to the forecasted inclement weather, all Diocese of Fort Worth Catholic schools will be closed on Thursday, February 24th. Stay safe and warm!

Weather Alert: School Closure

All Saints will be closed this Thursday, Feb 3rd, and Friday, February 4th, due to to winter weather that is expected to make roadway conditions hazardous. Stay warm! See you on Monday February 7th!

NTX Giving Day 2021


North Texas Giving Day is scheduled for Thursday, September 23rd. Get Up and Give to All Saints Catholic School! Schedule your gift today!

Open House-January 30, 2022

Kicking off Catholic Schools Week, we invite you all new and prospective families to join us for Open House on Sunday, January 30, 2022 from 10am-1pm.

4H Club

We are excited to announce that All Saints has joined the Diocese of Fort Worth-Tarrant County 4-H Club! Membership is open to all Kinder-8th Grade students.

The goal of 4-H is to develop citizenship, leadership, responsibility and life skills of youth through experimental learning programs and a positive youth development approach. Though typically thought of as an agriculturally focused organization as a result of its history, 4-H today focuses on citizenship, healthy living, science, engineering, and technology programs. Our 4-H club looks forward to getting established and fully running for this semester seeing how we can help serve and give back to our community!
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