What Started Here Must End Here: Roe Memorial Mass and Dallas March for Life on January 22

December 3, 2010

CPLCJanuary 22, 2011 is the 38th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s tragic Roe v. Wade decision of January 22, 1973 legalizing abortion in America and leading to the death of over 50 million unborn children.  Roe v. Wade was first filed in Dallas in 1970.  What started in Dallas must end in Dallas

Join Bishops Kevin Farrell and Kevin Vann, along with diocesan clergy and thousands of people of faith, to pray for an end to the scourge of abortion on our city and country, to witness publicly, and rally for the Culture of Life.

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Come be a voice for life on January 22 at the 2011 Roe Memorial Rosary, Mass, Dallas March for Life & Rally!

Have you been looking for a special way to support
the Cause of LIFE? 

We are in need of volunteers to serve on our “Roe Memorial Team.”  If you’d like to volunteer, please contact Becky Visosky at 972-267-LIFE (5433) x 304 or [email protected].

‘Faith Comes By Hearing’ Fall Radiothon: September 7th-10th: KATH 910 AM

August 25, 2010

Dallas, TX (MetroCatholic) - From Dave Palmer, General Manager GRN Network, North Texas:

Thanks to those who emailed back and signed up for a volunteer shift for our upcoming KATH 910 AM ‘Faith Comes By Hearing’ Fall Radiothon on the Guadalupe Radio Network.  We are still in need of a lot of volunteers so please respond asap if you are able to assist us for one or more shifts during the four day Radiothon.  Here is a list of the eight shifts we’re trying to fill and how many spots are still available as of this moment.   We need ten volunteers per shift.
Tuesday, September 7th. 

Shift 1 (8:00 am- 1:30 pm)              Still need 3 volunteers
Shift 2 is (1:30 pm - 7:00 pm)          Still need 9 volunteers

Wednesday, September 8th. 

Shift 1 (8:00 am- 1:30 pm)              Still need 9 volunteers
Shift 2 is (1:30 pm - 7:00 pm)          Still need 7 volunteers  

Thursday, September 9th. 

Shift 1 (8:00 am- 1:30 pm)              Still need 9 volunteers
Shift 2 is (1:30 pm - 7:00 pm)          Still need 10 volunteers

Friday, September 10th. 

Shift 1 (8:00 am- 1:30 pm)              Still need 8 volunteers
Shift 2 is (1:30 pm - 7:00 pm)          Still need 5 volunteers
The Radiothon will be held at our studio which is located in the Comerica Bank building at 8828 N. Stemmons Fwy Suite 106 Dallas 75247… on the SE corner of I-35 and Regal Row.

We will provide meals, snacks & drinks and a fun, prayerful environment for all volunteers.

If you can help, please call Lisa Martinez at 888-784-3476 or 432-682-1485 to let her know which shift(s) you can work.

Or simply respond to this email, which will go directly to Lisa Martinez at [email protected].
Thank you in advance for the generosity of your time. I look forward to seeing you in a couple of weeks as we raise funds to keep the Good News of Jesus Christ on the airwaves!

God bless you and your family,

Dave Palmer
General Manager
Guadalupe Radio Network- North Texas

I Am His Mother

May 6, 2010

SAHUARITA, AZ (MetroCatholic) - Author Carlos Solorzano (Through Time & Eternity) returns with a new book, a Marian devotional that recounts Our Blessed Mother’s memories of her Son prior to her death. The book blurb reads as follows:

An ancient document has been unearthed in the city of Ephesus and archaeologists have confirmed that it appears to be a Christian document from the first century CE.

Scholars have studied the document and have determined that it is not another Gospel or an earlier form of an existing Gospel nor is it any type of Christian epistle.

Theologians have analyzed the document and have identified it as a personal reflection on the life of Jesus Christ and believe the author to be…Mary, His Mother!

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