Holy Christ Child Luncheon & Advent-Christmas Gift Market

November 4, 2010

 

Dallas, TX (CPLC) - Don’t miss our fifth annual Holy Christ Child Luncheon & Advent-Christmas Gift Market on November 20, 2010 at The Doubletree Hotel in Richardson. This unique event benefits the Catholic Pro-Life Committee and local Catholic pregnancy resource centers, White Rose Women’s Center and Birth Choice.

This beautiful introduction to the Advent season  includes a seated luncheon and a specialty market featuring quality religious Christmas gifts at affordable prices such as jewelry, home décor, ornaments, nativities, art, clothing, music, cakes, cards, children’s toys, books, and DVDs and more!  New this year are products made by religious orders, which can also be ordered online.

Master of Ceremonies for the luncheon will be Dave Palmer, manager of Guadalupe Radio Network station 910AM KATH.

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