Thursday, August 2, 2012
Sunday, April 20, 2008
Don't worry! You can download the pledge sheet on this page!
Help us raise money to defend life!
Coppell St. Ann Catholic Church, 180 Samuel Blvd. (map)
Dallas St. Cecilia Catholic Church, 1809 W. Davis (map)
Forney First Baptist Church, 1003 College St. (map)
Richardson St. Joseph Catholic Church, 600 S. Jupiter Rd. (map)
Tarrant County Walk Sites—Saturday, May 3
Arlington River Legacy Park, 703 NW Green Oaks Blvd. (map)
Fort Worth Fort Worth Presbyterian Church, 6501 Hulen Bend Blvd. (map)
Central Texas—Saturday, May 10 at 10:00 am
Fredericksburg Marktplatz (map)
or visit our offices at 224 N. Story, Suite 142, Irving, Texas 75061.
Texans for Life Coalition - Walk for Life
Saturday, February 2, 2008
Maxim was born in Eastern Europe on 7-19-02. He was born with club feet and hip dislocation. (If the Lord provides a family in Texas, Scottish Rite Children’s in Dallas would do a great job for free.) Maxim was baptized Orthodox at his parents request. His certificate and cross are in his orphanage file.
Maxim is the "baby" of his group. He is a happy, but quiet little guy. He loves to be held and will find a way to get into your lap. Maxim loves balls and balloons. He has a deep laugh and shows crooked teeth. (Yes, orthodontic work is most likely in his future)
Maxim responds and communicates well. He gets around in a wheelchair, but can get in and out of it very quickly and move around on the floor.
This sweet, sweet little boy really needs a family now. He needs surgery so that someday he can walk. Correction can be done by surgery and casting. Do you know a family who might be interested in this little boy? If the Lord provides a family in Texas, Scottish Rite Children’s in Dallas would do a great job for free. For more information: JVanDyke@bethany.org
Want to know more about how to be involved in the political process?
This affordable seminar brought to you by Concerned Women for America and many other pro-life, pro-family groups is for you.
Hurry--there are only a few days left to register (details).
Hope to see you there!
Sunday, January 20, 2008
Monday, January 14, 2008
IT BEGAN IN DALLAS.
LET'S END IT IN DALLAS.
35 years ago, abortion came to Texas through the notorious Roe v. Wade, which was filed at the federal courthouse in Dallas. As we prayerfully remember over 48 million lives lost, let's pledge anew to end it. Join thousands of your pro-life friends to be a public witness for life in this family-friendly event!
Join Wendy Wright, President of Concerned Women for America, the nation's largest women's public policy organization. You have seen her on TV, read her columns in the paper and magazines and heard her on talk radio. Don't miss her as she comes to Dallas to mark 35 years of Roe in the city where it all began!
Also joining us will be State Rep. Will Hartnett, Bishop Kevin Farrell, Bishop Kevin Vann and the Vice President of Christ for the Nations, Dr. Jack Hatcher, and thousands of your pro-life friends, as we rally and march in memory of lives lost and wounded hearts. Be sure to stay for the reception following.
Stand as a witness against the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision of January 22, 1973, which legalized abortion, and left 48 million dead.
Rally begins at
Noon on Saturday, January 19th, 2008!
Cathedral de Guadalupe
2215 Ross Ave.
Dallas, TX 75201
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11:30 - Praise & Worship
Noon - Rally
12:35 - Prayerful March Procession (1 mile) to the Federal Courthouse where Roe v. Wade was originally filed
1:00 - Pause for prayer
1:35 - March concludes at Plaza; Pro-Life Info Fair following in Grand Salon
Speakers (in order of photographs above): Wendy Wright, President of Concerned Women for America · Will Hartnett, Member of the Texas House of Representatives · Dr. Jack Hatcher, Vice President of Christ for the Nations Institute · Bishop Kevin J. Farell, Diocese of Dallas · Bishop Kevin W. Vann, Diocese of Fort Worth
2008 March for Life Route:
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Texans for Life Coalition ;
Catholic Pro-Life Committee of North Texas ;
Catholics Respect Life