North Texas Catholic Brothers for Christ to be among the thousands at this Saturday’s March for Life in downtown Dallas

North Texas Catholic Brothers for Christ to be among the thousands at this Saturday’s March for Life in downtown Dallas – WEAR YOUR RED MINISTRY SHIRTS!

 Please join the thousands of people expected to gather this Saturday in downtown Dallas for the annual March for Life, www.prolifedallas.org/roe. This year’s march commemorates the 45th anniversary of the Roe vs. Wade abortion decision that legalized abortion in America, and has led to the death of about 60 million unborn children.

The March for Life schedule of events has many components outlined below. You, family and friends are welcome to attend any or all of them. More info: http://www.cathedralguadalupe.org/webcontent/index.html

All members of our North Texas Catholic Brothers for Christ ministry who can attend are strongly encouraged to proudly wear one of your RED team member shirts to let others know we stand with the other faithful and draw upon the Holy Spirit for strength! This is also a good time to spread the word about our upcoming 7th annual Men’s Conference on Saturday, April 21, http://www.ntxcmc.org/.

Saturday Schedule of Events

8:30 a.m. Youth For Life Rally at St. Jude Chapel (pre-register atwww.prolifedallas.org/yflrally

8:30 a.m. Prayer Vigils at Southwestern and Planned Parenthood abortion facilities

10 a.m. Procession of Roses at Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe, 2215 Ross Ave.

10:30 a.m. Roe Memorial Mass (bilingual) at Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin of Guadeloupe

12:30 p.m. North Texas March for Life from Cathedral Guadalupe in downtown Dallas to Rally outside the Earle Cabell federal courthouse, 1100 Commerce St.

The rally will feature many, including Bishop Edward Burns of the Diocese of Dallas, Deborah McGregor of CareNet Waco, Christian radio host Dr. Adam Dooley, and music by Anointed for Battle with Delilah Gonzales.

Come Witness Real Life Miracles At St. Peter the Apostle December 10 at 7 PM

Click on this link then hit play to watch short promo video. Then e-mail, face book/twitter it to everyone you know within an two hours of Fort Worth Texas:

http://www.sciencetestsfaith.com/stpeterfw/

Sunday, December 10th  St Peter the Apostle 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Some things you will see at the presentation :

  • A communion host (bread) from a Catholic Church turning into human heart tissue. Pope Francis spearheaded this investigation
  • A statue of Jesus that have been crying and bleeding for the last 15 years
  • A woman who claims to see Jesus and Mary filmed having the Stigmata(receiving the wounds of Christ from beginning until end)
  • A communion host caught on film moving and pulsating like a human heart

Here are a couple recent interviews that aired on EWTN:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y4WQNBPl9gM&feature=youtu.be   (Choices We Face Peter Herbeck)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tK9aAnvzYSM    (Life on the Rock)

Video promo to get out to everyone in your community:

http://www.sciencetestsfaith.com/stpeterfw/

“I wanted to thank you for changing my life. My mom went to day 1 of the 3-day mission… she got me to attend the second day… I was an occasional Mass attendee, mostly holidays. After your talk I made a good confession and now attend Mass DAILY….”– Kenny Wharton Phoenix, AZ

“Without hesitation, nor exaggeration, I can say it was this presentation that was the pinnacle of my return to the Catholic Church…Two days after the event, my 10 year old daughter asked if we were going to start going to the Catholic Church. I told her, I think so, but did she understand that…they taught that the bread and wine actually become the body and blood of Jesus Christ. Without hesitation she stated, ‘Well they do, remember, we saw the video.’..In that moment, through the eyes of a child, I was given clarity of purpose and my family and I returned to the Catholic Church.” –Brett Petillo Phoenix, AZ

“I’m certainly interested in many of the ideas discussed. This may be a first definitive step back into faith”  –Agnostic who left the  faith years ago