BREAKING NEWS
Catholic Pro-Life Committee
Respect Life Ministry of the Diocese of Dallas

Media Contact: 
Becky Visosky, Director of Communications
817-658-8701
bvisosky@prolifedallas.org
Austin's 'Stand4Life' Comes to Dallas this Saturday
Texas' largest pro-life event is even larger, moving to downtown convention center.
DALLAS, JANUARY 16, 2014 -- The pro-life passion that overtook Austin and led to groundbreaking legislative advancements for women and children last summer will come to downtown Dallas this Saturday, January 18, 2014.  Thousands will take to the streets to 'Stand4Life' in memory of the over 55 million unborn children who have lost their lives since the 1973 U.S. Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade to pray, march and rally for an end to the killing.  
 

The Dallas March for Life, the largest in Texas, coincides with marches all over the country on or near January 22.  This year, the 10,000 strong Dallas March will be led by a Bikers for Life motorcycle procession.  And in anticipation of increased crowds, the events preceding the March have been moved to the KBH Convention Center in downtown Dallas where the March will originate.  This year's Rally will feature women sharing why they 'Stand4Life', including a woman who suffered the pain of abortion and is now helping others find healing, a birth mother who gave the gift of life through adoption, and the founder of African Americans for Life, as well as prominent religious leaders from Dallas and Fort Worth.

 

Photo and Video Opportunities on January 18, 2014 include:

10:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. Roe Memorial Rosary outside the Southwestern late-term abortion center, 8616 Greenville Ave., Dallas 
12:30 p.m. New Youth Rally & Concert at the KBH Convention Center arena, 650 S. Griffin, Dallas, featuring World Youth Day musician Steve Angrisano 
1:00 p.m. 

Roe Memorial Mass in convention center arena, concelebrated by Bishops of Dallas and Fort Worth.  Mass includes Procession of Roses (41 people bring a rose to the altar representing their million+ peers killed by abortion during the year of their birth since 1973). 

and

Praise & Worship Service in Ballroom A of convention center, featuring post-abortive father Pastor Don Schwartz, Involved for Life's Kim Bolton, and Bill Moore of Full Armor Biker Church

3:00 p.m. Dallas March for Life from convention center (corner of Ceremonial and Griffin) to the Earle Cabell Federal Courthouse (route). Marchers will be led by Bikers for Life and will witness to life carrying blue Stand4Life
posters and wearing blue Stand4Life wristbands.
3:30 p.m. 
Rally for Life outside Earle Cabell Federal Courthouse (reverse side of courthouse at Jackson and Griffin).  Thousands gather to listen to speakers at the building housing the district court where Roe v. Wade was first filed in 1970.
 
plus Pro-Life Ministry Fair (Ballroom A) from noon to 5 p.m. 

 

Rally Speakers:

Mistress of Ceremonies

Musical Performers:

For more information, visit dallasmarch4life.org.

About the Catholic Pro-Life Committee
The Catholic Pro-Life Committee is a tax-exempt non-profit organization that serves the public through education on life issues, women's health issues, supportive services for pregnant women and their unborn children, and abortion aftercare.  Its services are available to anyone regardless of religious viewpoint or political affiliation.

 

Facts about abortion:  Nearly 10,000 abortions are performed in Dallas County every year.  Since the 1973 Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade, more than 55,000,000 abortions have been performed in America. 

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