Don't miss Part 2 of

What the Church Teaches on Faithful Citizenship

this Thursday, Feb. 2

(attendance at Part 1 not required)

Defending human life, building peace, combating poverty and despair, and protecting freedom and human rights are not only moral imperatives – they are wise national priorities that will make our nation and world safer.” − Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship

 Join us this Thursday, February 2 at 7 p.m. for

“Applying Catholic Teaching to Major Issues: A Summary of Policy Positions of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops”

presented by:

Most Reverend Edward J. Burns
Bishop of the Diocese of Juneau, Alaska
former U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' Presenter on Faithful Citizenship

with presentation of Bishops Kevin Farrell and Kevin Vann’s Joint Statement on Faithful Citizenship by Karen Garnett of the Catholic Pro-Life Committee

at St. Rita Catholic Church, Sweeney Lounge
12521 Inwood Rd. Dallas, TX 75244

Please save the date for Part 3 on February 20 at St. Mark, Plano (Upper Room), featuring Jennifer Allmon of the Texas Catholic Conference.

Contact Catarina Torres for questions or more information: ; 214-520-6590 x124

Presented by partnering groups: Catholic Charities of Dallas, the Catholic Pro-Life Committee, and the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Justice Ministry