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When some lives, including those of the unborn, are subject to the personal choices of others, no other value or right will be long guaranteed.Pope Saint John Paul II
All Catholics are encouraged to exercise their right and duty to participate in political life. Voting for candidates and policies, running for office, or participating in marches are just a few of the ways people can show their support for local and national changes. The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops offers a teaching document on the political responsibility of Catholics. Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship gives clear guidance on promoting the dignity of human life through the actions and rights belonging to each citizen of the United States.
Pro-Life Civic Action Events
North Texas March for Life
Typically on the 3rd Saturday of January, thousands of North Texans gather in Dallas to march for life. Starting with a Rose Procession at Cathedral Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, individuals make their way to Earle Cabell Federal Courthouse. This peaceful, prayerful, and faithful demonstration gives a voice to the over 60 million lives lost to abortion. Parishioners in the Diocese of Fort Worth can contact the Respect Life Office for additional information. Those in the Dallas Diocese can contact the CPLC for more information or to volunteer: 972-267-LIFE (5433) or .
Texas Rally for Life
Annually, at the capitol in Austin on the Saturday following January 22, join thousands of Pro-Life Texans. Due to the tragedy of Roe v. Wade, abortion is legal throughout all the nine months of pregnancy. Millions of unborn babies lives have been lost and and countless men and women now suffer as a result of abortion.Be present with other pro-lifers and give a voice to the voiceless.
National March for Life
January 22, 1973 marks a solemn anniversary when the Supreme Court legaled abortion. Since Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton, more than 60 Million lives have been lost. Starting in 1974 the largest pro-life march in the United States has given a voice to the voicelessat the steps of our nation’s capital. Speak with your school, parish, or diocese to be present in Washington D.C. to support life.
Catholic Social Advocacy Day
Bi-Annually, the Texas Catholic Conference of Bishops develops legislative priorities to promote life, peace, and justice. Catholics in dioceses throughout the state are invited and encouraged to advocate for the needs of the most vulnerable by participating in Advocacy Day during the legislative session. If you are interested in attending, please contact the Director of Communications, Pat Svacina at .
Resources: Faithful Citizenship
The Diocese of Fort Worth is dedicated to a Safe Environment. We offer extensive and mandatory training for all employees and volunteers. Please contact the Safe Environment office if you need assistance or to report an abuse or concern.
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