Community events

Year-round events are available to all people throughout the Diocese of Dallas area. Through these public events, our community comes together peacefully and lovingly and is empowered to stand for life.

Pro-Life mass
& north texas march for life

Every year on the anniversary of Roe v Wade thousands come together in Downtown Dallas to pray and march for LIFE!

Events of the day also include the ability to join for prayer outside of abortion referral centers, mass, and a rally outside of Dallas City Hall.

Roe Memorial Mass & North Texas March for Life 

Catholic advocacy day

During the Texas Legislative Session, we join all Texas dioceses in advocating for Catholic social issues at the state capitol in Austin.

Catholic Advocacy Day 

Stations of the cross

At 12 pm hundreds gather at Southwestern Abortion Facility (English service) and Planned Parenthood (Spanish service) to peacefully pray the Pro-Life Stations of the Cross, the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary, and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy to unite our sufferings and the sufferings of the aborted babies to those of Christ. The gathering at this modern-day Calvary is moving beyond words.

Summer Mass & Rosary for Life

The Summer Mass & Rosary for Life allows for our community to pray for the mothers and fathers affected by abortion and the millions of babies we have lost. In addition to the Mass and Rosary, there are special pro-life intentions and a time for adoration. After Mass, all are invited to join a rosary procession by bus to peacefully pray in front of a nearby abortion facility.

respect life mass

OCTOBER                                                                         A special Mass is celebrated to mark Respect Life Month with special prayers for the sanctity of life from conception until natural death. Following Mass is a reception with pro-life exhibits.


pasos por la vida

Coordinated by the Hispanic Pastoral Ministry, hundreds take to the streets of Dallas in a Eucharistic Procession for Life! Prior to the procession there is a Mass, and after the Procession we have a festival with testimonials, matachines, folkloric dancers, and Hispanic food.

Empty manger

On the last day abortion facilities operate before shutting their doors for Christmas, we are there too. Gathering around an empty manger we lift our voices in prayer and Christmas carols to remember the hope that new life can bring as well as the emptiness left behind when an unborn child is lost to abortion.


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