Dallas-area Catholic schools officially launch desktop and mobile app

A Michigan-based technology company, GroupClique, has partnered with the Diocese of Dallas to help enrich communication and constituent engagement within the diocese by utilizing an innovative digital network for the purpose of connectivity, commerce, mentorship and fundraising, the company said.

Some of those benefits for the Diocese include: simple connections and ease of communication with fellow members, Immediate access to news, info and events
Sharing of photos, stories and camaraderie, Ability to join teams, groups and clubs, Instant push notifications about important info and schedule changes
Offer or receiving of mentorships, Ability to hire members, post resumes, seek jobs and internships, Promote businesses, services and products, Leverage community relationships for business and social purposes.

GroupClique is a Michigan-based tech company that provides educational institutions and private organizations with networking and revenue generating solutions while enhancing the lives of its constituents.

The Catholic Diocese of Dallas was first established on July 15, 1890 with a bull issued by Pope Leo XIII. The diocese currently covers an area of 7,523 square miles and includes the following counties: Collin, Dallas, Ellis, Fannin, Grayson, Hunt, Kaufman, Navarro and Rockwall. The Diocese is led by Bishop Edward J. Burns, the eighth bishop of the diocese.