Documentary on Eucharistic Adoration On Television

June 13, 2009

WATERTOWN, MA (MetroCatholic) - From June 15th-21st, CatholicTV will be showing a documentary on perpetual adoration entitled “Watch With Me”. The documentary follows several Eucharistic adorers who include 2 PhD’s and a wise 10-year-old.

The documentary was made by Karey Nobles who was once a television news anchor. She is now a filmmaker. One night, while praying during her weekly holy hour at St. Joseph- St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in West Utica, NY, Karey felt a calling from God to make a documentary film about adoration. Karey answered God’s call and the result is a documentary entitled, “Watch With Me”.

The chapel depicted in the film has been operating for more than 16 years, with over 300 volunteers, taking part in adoration of the Blessed Sacrament 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Karey spent close to two years following some of the volunteers to learn what motivates them to visit the chapel at all hours of the day and night, and what they gain from the experience. “Watch With Me” tells the story of these volunteers and the role Eucharistic Adoration has played in their lives.

In the papal document Sacramentum Caritatis(66) Pope Benedict XVI states: “Receiving the Eucharist means adoring Him whom we receive. Only in this way do we become one with Him, and are given, as it were, a foretaste of the beauty of the heavenly liturgy. The act of adoration outside Mass prolongs and intensifies all that takes place during the liturgical celebration itself. “

The documentary “Watch With Me” will air on CatholicTV during the week of June 15-21st at these times (Eastern): Monday-2PM; Tuesday-10PM; Wednesday-4PM; Thursday-6:30AM; Friday-9PM; Saturday-10:30AM; Sunday-2AM. Anyone who does not have CatholicTV, may watch at these times at Site visitors need only click on “Watch CatholicTV Live”. All videos at the website are viewable in full-screen.

About CatholicTV:
CatholicTV provides family-friendly, religious, news, and educational programming 24 hours daily. Founded over 50 years ago, CatholicTV is available in selected areas on cable in the United States and Canada, via Sky Angel and online via live stream anytime, everywhere at the station’s web site Father Robert Reed, a priest of the Archdiocese of Boston, is the Director of CatholicTV

The Second Annual Sacred Art Exhibit (flyer)

February 17, 2009

The Second Annual Sacred Art Exhibit

and Silent Auction 

Benefiting the Guadalupe Radio Network

KATH-910AM(English) KJON-850AM(Spanish) 

In the Liturgical year honoring Saint Paul

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Catholic high school students in the Dallas/Fort Worth area are invited to enter personal pieces of sacred art that convey the message of

“Christ in Me, in the spirit of Saint Paul” 

St. Paul challenges us today to encounter our culture bravely with Christ as our guide. Recall St. Paul’s conversion and his echoing of Christ’s message

to love one another. 

Entry Deadline: April 3, 2009 

Exhibit and Silent Auction at Knights of Columbus Hall 

10110 Shoreview Road – Dallas, Texas 75238 

Saturday, April 18, 2009 1:00 – 3:00PM

More Information and Entry Forms Online at

or call Patty at 214-369-5920


February 17, 2009

Sacred Art Exhibit and Silent Auction Entry Form

For catholic high school students in the Dallas/Fort Worth Area

Teachers/Parents: If this is part of a classroom project, please fill out teacher and school information before duplicating and distributing to students. Duplicate and glue to back of artwork.

Important Dates: Register online: email Entry Form with a digital photograph of submission by April 3, 2009 at [email protected]. Accepted art pieces must be delivered Saturday, April 11, 2009 between 12:00 – 3:00 PM to Knights of Columbus Hall, 10110 Shoreview Road, Dallas, Texas 75238. Exhibit and Silent Auction will be held Saturday, April 18, 2009 at Knights of Columbus Hall. See guidelines for further information.

Please Print or Type

Artist _____________________________________________________________________________________________

Last Name First Name Birthdate

Home Address ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

Street or P.O. Box


City State Zip

Telephone (________)__________________________(________)___________________________________

Home Parent Daytime

Art Entry Title and

Description ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

Medium Used ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

Art work Dimensions ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

Artist’s _________________________________________________________(________)_____________

Teacher/Parent Last Name First Name School Phone


Email Address ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

School Address _______________________________________________________________________________

School Name (Full)


Street or P.O. Box


City State Zip

Parish _______ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________

I hereby certify that this is my original work and is not a copy of published photographs, magazines, book illustrations, or other materials protected by copyright laws. I am aware that if my entry is purchased, I agree to surrender my original work. I understand that Sacred Art and other sponsors are not responsible for loss or damage to my artwork. I grant exclusive right to Sacred Art and its designees to utilize my artwork for reproduction and promotional purposes and to display my art; also, I agree that my artwork may be used, altered, or published as they see fit without compensation to me.

Signature of Student _____________________________________________________________Date________________

Signature of Parent

Guardian or Teacher ____________________________________________________________________________Date_____________________

Selected Entries will be auctioned at the Exhibit at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 10110 Shoreview Road, Dallas, Texas 75238 on April 18, 2009 from 12PM to 3PM to benefit Guadalupe Radio Network. Questions should be directed to Patty at [email protected] or 214-369-5920.


February 17, 2009





          The event is open to Catholic high school students in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, grades 9-12. Students will donate their artwork. All accepted entries will be offered for sale by Silent Auction to benefit the Guadalupe Radio Network, KATH-910AM (English) and KJON- 850AM (Spanish). All silent auction proceeds will be donated to Guadalupe Radio Network. Theme    Students may design personal pieces of sacred art that convey a message of “Christ in Me, in the Spirit of St. Paul.” St. Paul challenges us today to encounter our culture bravely with Christ as our guide. Recall St. Paul’s conversion and his echoing of Christ’s message to love one another. Artwork Categories  

  • Computer generated art
  • Collage: must be two dimensional
  • Drawings: pastels, colored pencil, pencil, charcoal, ink, markers
  • Mixed media: use of more than two mediums such as pencil, ink, etc.
  • Paintings: oil, acrylics, watercolor, etc.
  • Photography
  • Prints: lithographs, silkscreen, block prints
  • Sculpture
  • General Guidelines 

  • Student may submit up to three pieces of art
  • Pieces may be three-dimensional
  • Each piece can be no larger than 48 in. x 48 in. to the outside dimensions of the frame.
  • Entry Form may be found online at by clicking the Sacred Art Exhibit and Silent Auction link
  • For 3 dimensional pieces submit 2 digital pictures
  • All appropriate pieces must be framed or matted to specified guidelines (see below).
  • Certain forms of art may require protection, i.e. chalk, charcoal or watercolors, etc. It is suggested that such works be securely covered with acetate or clear plastic wrap. 
  • Entries will be reviewed for compliance with guidelines. 
  • Entrants will be contacted through their teachers/parents, by email, of acceptance for Exhibit and Silent Auction. 
  • Deadline is Friday, April 3, 2009 for Entry Form which must be accompanied with a digital picture of art work sent to [email protected]
  • Works accepted must arrive at the Knights of Columbus Hall Council No.799 10110 Shoreview Road, Dallas, Texas 75238 on April 11, 2009 from 12:00 to 3:00PM. NO EXCEPTIONS. 
  • Artwork will be displayed for Exhibit and Silent Auction at the Knights of Columbus Hall  No.799 10110 Shoreview Road, Dallas, Texas 75238 on Saturday, April 18, 2009 from 1-3pm
  • Matting Guidelines 

  • Two- dimensional works should be matted and mounted with no hanging mechanisms.
  • Backing material should be 1/4” to ½” foam core or similar heavy duty cardboard.
  • All submitted pieces should be suitable for hanging.
  • If the artwork is abstract in design, please indicate on the back side which side is up with arrows.
  • A copy of the Entry Form must be attached to the back of the artwork along with an adhesive label as shown. Please use the largest label you have available.
  • Framing Guidelines 

  • Works on paper should be protected by Glass/Plexiglass.
  • Any pieces with a frame size larger than 10 in. x 13 in. containing glass will be declined. For safety reasons, Plexiglass is preferred.
  • No “snap on” frames with glass are to be used.
  • Please use sturdy picture hangers. Two hooks should be attached at the right and the left sides of the back of the work and connect a wire between hooks.
  • If the artwork is abstract in design, please indicate on the back side which side is up with arrows.
  • A copy of the Entry Form must be attached to the back of the artwork along with an adhesive label as shown. Please use the largest label you have available.
  • Adhesive Label   

    Please include the following information on an adhesive label on the back of the framed piece of art or with the sculpture when delivered. 


Sacred Art Competition 2009

Title of Piece



Student Name


Student Address and Phone Number 

    Important Dates 

  • Deadline is Friday, April 3, 2009 for Entry Form which must be accompanied with a digital picture of art work sent to [email protected]
  • April 11, 2009 12-3PM accepted artwork delivered to the Knights of Columbus Hall 10110 Shoreview Road, Dallas, Texas 75238
  • April 18, 2009 1-3PM  Exhibit and Silent Auction at the Knights of Columbus Hall 10110 Shoreview Road, Dallas, Texas 75238, open to the general public

    Suitability Guidelines 

  • Each entry must be an original in concept, design, and execution and may not violate any U.S copyright laws. Note: Any entry which has been reproduced from an existing photo, painting, graphic, advertisement or any other work produced by another person is a violation of the competition rules and will not be accepted.
  • As outlined in these guidelines, the final decision regarding suitability for exhibition is left to a panel of qualified persons. While it is not the intent to censor any artwork, we do wish to avoid artwork that is potentially inappropriate for display.
  • Artwork must adhere to the guidelines of the Sacred Art Competition. In accordance with this policy, exhibits depicting subjects of contemporary political controversy or a sensationalistic or gruesome nature are not acceptable. It is necessary that all artwork be reviewed by the panel and any portions not in consonance with the Commission’s policy will be omitted from the exhibit.

Pro-Life Day of Silent Solidarity

September 30, 2008

10/21 - Since January 22, 1973, more than 48,000,000 babies have had their voices silenced through surgical abortion in this nation alone. Over 3,000 children have their lives taken each day in the name of choice. Over 3,000 women are emotionally damaged every day. On October 21st, people from all over this nation will give up their voices for a day in solidarity for these children. Red arm bands and duct tape will identify them as taking part in the Pro-Life Day of Silent Solidarity. They will carry fliers explaining why they are silent and educate others about the plight of the innocent children we are losing every day. See  for more information.

Worldwide Rosary for Unborn Babies

September 30, 2008

10/18 - Participants will pray the Rosary during the 9:00 a.m.* hour for the following intention: For an end to the surgical and non-surgical killing of unborn babies. Because participants will be praying the Rosary during the 9:00 a.m. hour according to the particular time zone they are in, it is hoped that the earth will be circled with multiple waves of Rosaries within a 24-hour time period. For more information, see

Respect Life Month Quarterly Mass, Adoration & Rosary Procession for an End to Abortion in Dallas

September 30, 2008

10/18 - 7:30 a.m. Latin Mass celebrated by Fr. Joseph Terra, at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, 6306 Kenwood Ave., Dallas, with special prayers for the unborn and an end to abortion. Mass will be followed by Eucharistic Adoration and a Rosary Procession by bus to Planned Parenthood abortion center, 7424 Greenville Ave., Dallas. We will return to St. Thomas Aquinas Church for Benediction. Following Benediction is a baby shower for Gabriel mothers whose babies were born in April through June of this year. Light refreshments will be served. Please join us and bring a new or gently used item for the new babies. Extra gifts will be given by the Convert-to-Life Ministry to mothers who have chosen life! For more information on the baby shower, contact Antoinette Wilson at 972-217-0616 or [email protected]. For information on the Mass, contact Jacqulyn Dudasko, 214-728-2902, or [email protected]

Faithful Citizenship Seminars (Morning and Evening), featuring Deirdre McQuade from the USCCB

September 30, 2008

10/16 -

These seminars, co-sponsored by the Fort Worth Diocesan Offices of Adult Catechesis and Respect Life and the Catholic Pro-Life Committee, Respect Life Ministry of the Diocese of Dallas, will be presented at Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, 2100 N. Davis Dr., Arlington 76012, and will be offered to deepen our understanding and awareness of the unique and profound ties between our civic and moral obligations for the upcoming election and beyond. Morning Seminar, from 9:30-12:00, for priests, religious, and parish staff members, features two talks: “Faithful Citizenship: Living Out Our Baptism in the Public Square” and “Building the House of Human Rights from the Ground Up”. RSVP required: Jose Castillo, 817-560-3300, Ext. 255, or [email protected] by Monday, October 13.

In the evening, Ms. McQuade will present a second seminar open to the general public from 7:00-9:00 p.m. The seminar is entitled “Truth, Dialogue & Jacob’s Well: A Scriptural Model for Faithful Citizenship”. Ms. McQuade serves the USCCB as the Assistant Director for Policy and Communications for the Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities and is their primary spokesperson on abortion and related life issues. No RSVP is required for the evening session and all are invited to attend. Contact Andrew Smith, 972-267-LIFE (5433), or [email protected]

“Good Marriages Don’t Just Happen” - Pro-Life, Pro-Marriage, Pro-Family conference

September 30, 2008

10/11 - 10/12  - Sponsored by the Speakers Guild of St. Anthony Catholic Church in Wylie: 5:00 p.m. Mass on Saturday with honored guest Fr. Richard Hogan, a priest for the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Fr. Hogan has co-authored two books on the theology of Pope John Paul II. Seeing the need to teach young people the Pope’s new understanding of the faith, Fr. Hogan was one of the authors and editors of the Image of God series, a textbook program for use in Catholic religion programs for grade-school age children. He has been seen as a regular guest on EWTN and has a TV series called Theology of the Body. Mass is followed by dinner in Pondant Hall. After dinner Fr. Hogan speaks to teens and parents on the topic of chastity. On Sunday morning at 9:00, Dr. Joseph P. Behan, an NFP-only OB/GYN practicing in Dallas, will address the medical links between contraceptives, abortion, and cancer. Mass is celebrated at 10:30 followed by a parish lunch in Pondant Hall. At 12:30 Monica Ashour, co-founder of the Theology of the Body Evangelization Team (TOBET), speaks about Couples for Christ and chastity within marriage. Monica was the recipient of the 2008 Bishop’s Pro-Life Award for Civic Action. We will conclude with a wrap-up talk at 1:30. Join our special guests, local and national, for informative talks, great food, and question and answer sessions. This entire weekend is FREE with the exception of a charitable donation for food. Childcare is also available with a reservation. On display will be various pro-life materials, NFP materials, and Catholic books for sale. Contact the St. Anthony parish office, 972-442-2765, to make
a reservation for the talks, food, and childcare. Also visit the parish web site The church is located at 404 N. Ballard St., Wylie 75098.

Beautiful GEMS Inside and Out

September 30, 2008

10/11 - A Special Style and Beauty Event for Gabriel Angels, Gabriel Moms and GEMS Academy Candidates. Time and location: 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m., Family Life Center, Room 1 of St. Monica Catholic Church. Angels and friends of Project Gabriel are invited to a fun afternoon of pampering, style tips, makeovers and insights on dressing for success. Do you love the warm glow of autumn or the fresh flowers of spring? Come learn your best colors based on your skin tone, hair and eye color. Everyone will receive a door prize and a pampering bag! Light lunch included. Free childcare available with advance reservation. To register, call Alison at 214-621-9249 by October 8.

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