The Schoenstatt Family Branch is a growing and vibrant organization of Catholic families who are striving to build the faith in their homes. A Covenant of Love with Mary is at the center of our striving. This "covenant" is a conscious and ongoing decision to allow our families to be taught by Mary through our own self education in the Catholic faith, an education that includes regular participation in parish life, as well as self study and group activities. Many couples choose to join a group for monthly meetings, and some participate in occasional Mornings of Reflection which are offered several times a year in local parishes. Our Schoenstatt families really love the companionship of like minded families that support each other in faith and life.

McKinney Area Schoenstatt Family Group

Jay and Missy Schwegman
Meet usually at Schwegman's house on 3rd Sat of the month from 12:30-3:30 pm. We have lunch together.
Contact: 469-667-4772 469-667-3230

Keller Area Schoenstatt Family Groups

Emily and Walter Crawford
Mitzi and Brian Cox
3rd Friday, 6:30 - 9:00 pm
Contact: Home: 817-281-3696 Cell: 682-704-8248

Mary's Apostolic Family
Tracey and Gisele Ferguson
Meet 3rd Saturday's St Elizabeth Ann Seton PPCC bldg room 201, in Keller
Contact: 817-944-9889 817-229-2818

Denton Area Schoenstatt Family Group

Brent and Andrea Woolums
Meets third Saturday of each month at 7:00 pm
Contact: 940-367-4479

Fort Worth Diocese Spanish Speaking Contact

Reyna Chaidez
They meet at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Keller
Contact: 817-455-0705 or

Dallas Diocese Spanish Speaking Contact

Nola y Jose Mijares 
Meets in Frisco

For New Families or Couples Interested in Learning More About Schoenstatt

Mike and Lisa Arth
Meet at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Keller 10:00am - noon, on the 3rd Saturday morning of the month
Contact: 817-488-0699 817-939-8830

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“Take this picture of the Blessed Mother and give it a place of honor in your home. Then your home will become a little shrine in which the picture of grace will mediate many graces, create a holy family atmosphere, and form holy family members.”

-Father Joseph Kentenich,
Founder of Schoenstatt
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