At Bishop Lynch we share many bonds, none more powerful than the closeness of family. Like a family, the Bishop Lynch community works as one collective body; we celebrate each other’s victories, we rejoice in one another’s accomplishments and we suffer the pain when a family member struggles. Though death is a part of life, it is through faith and hope that we continue to hold the memory of our loved ones close to our hearts.
In November, in communion with the Diocese of Dallas and the Tradition of our Dominican Heritage, we will join together to recognize, remember and show our respect for our alumni, students, faculty, family and friends who have left this earth.
We invite you to share with us the names of your dearly departed by posting the name of the loved one you wish to honor below. In remembrance of these lost loved ones, a bouquet of names will be featured at the altar of our Saint Catherine of Siena Chapel.
Throughout the month of November, we will honor their memory at each of the daily Masses. Together we join in prayer for our families, relatives and friends who have gone before us, with open hearts, let us cherish their memory and pray for their eternal peace. We ask that the glow of remembrance radiate throughout the Bishop Lynch community as we all join in this prayerful tribute.
For I am convinced that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor rulers, nor things present, nor things to come, nor powers, nor height, nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord
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