I have some unprecedented news to share with you. Beginning in December,
NO abortions took place at the Dallas Planned Parenthood for eight weeks! Praise be to God. The likely culprit? A significant lack of abortionists. The likely cause? YOU! Five years ago, the Texas pro-life community turned out in the thousands in Austin to support common sense health regulations of the abortion industry. Although our fight in Austin was victorious, we saw a heartbreaking setback in Washington D.C. ... Continue reading.
Sharing the Beauty of Life
Inaugural event galvanizes Hispanic community.
In September, the Catholic Pro-Life Committee debuted
an outreach event and fundraiser for our Spanish-speaking community to celebrate the joy of life, aptly named Bella Vida. ... Bishop Greg Kelly welcomed everyone to the event, which included dinner, music, folkloric dancers, and a powerful keynote testimony... Continue reading.
In Her Words
Gabriel Mom shares her journey
Over the past year, I have learned so much, and
of thinking or handling myself has completely changed. When I enrolled in GEMS (Gabriel Education Ministry & Support program), I was distraught, severely depressed, lonely, afraid, and an outright wreck. Continue reading.
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Your 100 percent tax-deductible gift is critical to helping the Catholic Pro-Life Committee continue to save lives, support families and offer healing. Please consider making a donation today at www.prolifedallas.org/donate.
The Catholic Pro-Life Committee is pleased to announce Georgia and Marc Lyons as the chairs for the Silver Anniversary of the Bishop's Pro-Life Dinner in April. Georgia and Marc share Louisiana roots where they met in college and were married 45 years ago.Their two children, Kristen and Greg, were born in New Orleans. Continue reading.
Praying and Marching for Life
2018 Roe Memorial
North Texas is on fire for LIFE. On the heels of the 2018 National March for Life in Washington, D.C.,the North Texas March for Life mobilized thousands united in prayer and witness for the unborn. Dallas Bishop Edward Burns delivered the homily at the national Vigil Mass, then returned to Dallas to preside over the North Texas Memorial Mass, participate in the March for Life, and speak at the rally. See more pictures here.