Conference sponsors

 The Catholic Medical Guild of Dallas is a chartered Guild of the Catholic Medical Association. The Guild seeks to uphold the principles of the Catholic faith, demonstrate Catholic medical ethics to others in the medical profession and society at large, and to support Catholic physicians in the metroplex and throughout our United States. Guild members aim to grow in the spirit of Christ in their personal and professional lives and to bring His Spirit to all those that are touched by their vocation as healers. Membership is open to medical providers, residents, medical students, and clergy. Find more information at

The Catholic Pro-Life Community serves as the Respect Life Ministry of the Diocese of Dallas. The mission of the CPLC is to educate, unite and mobilize all Catholics and persons of good will in North Texas and beyond to end abortion and restore respect and legal protection for every human life from conception until natural death. This mission is carried out through supportive services for women and their families, bilingual education on a variety of life issues, and community outreach to advance a Culture of Life. Find out more information at


 The Catholic Foundation was established in 1995 to ensure that the physical and spiritual needs of those in the community who were less fortunate would never be overlooked. Today, operating as a community foundation, The Catholic Foundation is home to more than 430 different funds and manages over $225 million in assets. Virtually every institution in the Diocese of Dallas and most other established social service agencies, arts and cultural, educational, and health care organizations serving the community have benefited from Catholic Foundation grants. Find out more information at


The purpose of the St. Thomas More Society is to encourage Catholic lawyers within the Diocese of Dallas to live a Christian vocation by sanctifying their daily work. To that end, the Society sponsors the annual Red Mass, regular meetings, social hours, continuing legal education, and other activities. The Society is open to Catholic lawyers, judges, public servants and officials active in the legal profession, and all individuals who are interested in the relationship between the Catholic faith and the law. Learn more at


The Strake Foundation focuses its giving primarily to secondary and higher educational institutions, and for cultural and social services, including programs for youth.