Sunday, July 14, 2019
REFLECTING CHRIST. REACHING OUT. RENEWING LIVES.
WEEKEND MASSES SATURDAY: 5:00 PM SUNDAY: 7:30 AM | 9:00 AM | 11:00 AM | 5:00 PM (TEEN MASS) DAILY MASSES MONDAY- FRIDAY: 6:30 AM | 9:00 AM SATURDAY: 9:00 AM FIRST FRIDAY (SPANISH): 7:30 PM
SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION THURSDAY: 6:30 PM—7:30 PM SATURDAY: 3:30 PM—4:30 PM FIRST FRIDAY (SPANISH): 6:30 PM—7:30 PM (Chapel Reconciliation Room)
ADORATION* MONDAY- FRIDAY: 7:00 AM—8:00 PM FAMILY HOLY HOUR: FRIDAYS AT 4:00 PM PRAYER FOR VOCATIONS: FIRST THURSDAY 7:00 PM—8:00 PM OVERNIGHT ADORATION: FIRST FRIDAY 7:00 AM— SATURDAY 8:00 AM In the Chapel (* times subject to change)
5231 MEADOWCREEK DRIVE, DALLAS, TX 75248 | 972-661-9282 WWW.ALLSAINTSDALLAS.ORG
WELCOME If you are a visitor to All Saints, we want you to know how welcome you are-whether you have come from another part of the country, from across the world, or from another parish here in the Diocese of Dallas. Thank you for praying with us. Thank you also for your generosity, which helps us to celebrate All Saint's liturgies here in a fitting and beautiful way, and to offer a wide range of services to needy people living in the Dallas area. Enjoy your visit and know that you always have a home here at All Saints Catholic Church!
OUR VISION We gather as the Body of Christ: to grow in our faith, to serve, to share.
OUR MISSION We the faith community of All Saints, united in God's family through our Catholic tradition, gather to bear witness to the teachings of Jesus Christ and share His eternal mission. We come together for communal worship, education in faith, spiritual growth and fellowship. Inspired by the Holy Spirit, we reach out as Christ's hands to spread God's love, healing and forgiveness. We are committed to our tradition of hospitality, diversity and tolerance. We invite all to use their time, talent and treasure to make present the kingdom of God.
FROM THE DESK OF FR. ALFONSE... The question, "Who is my neighbor?" is really the same as asking "Who is my friend?" I believe the answer is someone who does not measure the cost. "Without cost you have received; without cost you are to give." This is the philosophy of Christ and of the protagonist forever known as "The Good Samaritan."
this reason, the first commandment is above the second!
Who is this "Good Samaritan?" It is unfortunate that the Lord cannot point to anyone among the crowd or among his followers. Instead, he must resort to a parable that points to a futuristic figure - himself. We are Christ’s witnesses that it pays off to be a "Good Samaritan." After all, look at what he has done for me!
A friend is someone who helps you when you just can't do it on your own. This parable revolutionizes the way we see each other and the way God wishes we help one another. We are to see one another not as an object but as a subject another I. "Love your neighbor as yourself" or to be more specific, "Love one another as I have loved you." What exactly does this mean? The parable given to us by Christ highlights certain demands placed on the Christian. We are to love without compensation; to remain, if possible, anonymous in our love and care; to go beyond the immediate need of the other; and to consider the delays or "nuisances" along our journey as part of our "Journey" that ultimately creates our destiny. This kind of friendship (really, love) is impossible if we do not love God with all our mind, heart, soul, strength and will. For
Once again Jesus leads the way because he places his love in the Father first. He is the one that forfeits his “savings” for our salvation; who insists on remaining anonymous; who appears as a foreigner in his own land; who saves those wounded by sin, wounded by evil beings, who cannot save themselves; and who demands nothing in return from us except to "love one another as I have loved you." In this life, we may not find a good friend or a good neighbor. Who cares! The Lord does not call his followers to find a good friend. He demands that we make good friends, regardless of who they are – Jew or Gentile, woman or man, sinner or saint. Jesus asks us to love our enemies - like me!
PRAYER & WORSHIP MASS INTENTIONS († DENOTES DECEASED) Monday, July 15: Ex 1:8-14, 22/Mt 10:34—11:1 6:30 a.m.
Ryan and Kalicia Bathea, Intentions Fr. Lloyd Morris, Intentions
(Chapel Reconciliation Room) Thursday, 6:30-7:30 p.m. | Saturday, 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Theresa Slinger †
Contact Pastoral Office at least 6 months prior to date of the wedding.
Jacinda Bathea, Intentions
Fr. Tom Cloherty, Intentions
What a joy it is for us at All Saints to welcome a new member to God's Family! To make arrangements for a Baptism, please call our Religious Education Department at 972-7780328 approximately three months prior to the desired date of your child's Baptism.
Albert Dias † Edgar and Alice Ferguson †
Wednesday, July 17: Ex 3:1-6, 9-12/Mt 11:25-27 6:30 a.m.
Diana DeHoyos †
Tuesday, July 16: Ex 2:1-15a/Mt 11:20-24 6:30 a.m.
Antonio Laigo †
All Saints offers Baptism Classes for Parents and Godparents. Please call ahead to register.
Mike and Norma Hemphill, Intentions 9:00 a.m.
Edna Ramon † Tracey Prater Graff, Intentions
Thursday, July 18: Ex 3:13-20/Mt 11:28-30 6:30 a.m. . 9:00 a.m.
SPEND AN HOUR WITH OUR LORD
All Saints Prayer Chain, Intentions Ben Richey † Stephen Ministry Leaders, Intentions Chuan and Hanh Vu, Intentions †
Please consider becoming a regularly scheduled ADORER. Contact Mary and John Fina at 972-490-3070 or signup online at www.allsaintsdallas.org/adoration
Friday, July 19: Ex 11:10-12, 14/Mt 12:1-8
Sr. Mary Paul Haase, Intentions John Elston †
9:00 a.m.Barraza Family, Intentions Odelia Haselhorst †
We gather to pray The Rosary every day following the 9:00 AM weekday Masses in the Chapel. Please join us!
Saturday, July 20: Ex 12:37-42/Mt 12:14-21 9:00 a.m.
Donald Joseph Raper †
ROSARY FOR LIFE
Frances Doyle † 5:00 p.m.
Bernie Crotty † Richard Sanchez †
Sunday, July 21: Gn 18:1-10a/Col 1:24-28/Lk 10:38-42 7:30 a.m.
Russell Bathea † Jack Balzano †
Debra Anderson † Judy Weaver †
Peter Kley † Donald Levings, Jr., Intentions
The Good of the Faithful of All Saints
Every Saturday morning, fellow parishioners pray the Rosary at a DFW abortion clinic. Join them after the 9:00 am Mass near the Meadowcreek Narthex entrance to carpool together. Fellowship afterwards.
July 20th: AWC Clinic Contact Jack Falloure [email protected]
The harvest is plentiful , but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out into His harvest. Luke 10:2
George Hennessy. †
Pray for Vocations
OBSERVANCES DURING UPCOMING WEEK Sunday: Monday:
15th Sunday in Ordinary Time St. Bonaventure, Bishop & Doctor of the Church Tuesday: Our Lady of Mount Carmel Thursday: St. Camillus de Lellis, Priest Saturday: St. Apollinaris, Bishop & Martyr Next Sunday: 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Participate in our Chalice for Vocations Program! For more information and to sign up,
PRAYER & WORSHIP LET US PRAY TOGETHER…. For those in need of healing: Mitchell Adamczyk, Florence Bernard, Helen Brennan, Jerry Camp, Randy Carpenter, Blanca Cerezo, JoAnn Deterding, Samuel Downs, Ann Falloure, Rufino Garay, Davis Glass, Bea Grayson, Dezsee Hajdu, Penny Hajdu, Maria Hernandez, Mary Beth Hughes, Dean Irwin, Ann Kellner, Dawn Kilian, Walter Koper, Ann Kuchta, Ron Martin, Marvin Mastrodonato, Alexandra MacGregor, Barbara Moloney, Mike Morgan, Diane Poston, Diane Powell, Rosemary Quadrini, Mary Reiter, Gaelen Ring, Isabel Rodriguez, Minnie Rodriguez, Sharon Ross, Jerry Sewell, Walter Scott, Craig Sessions, Sharon Shearon, Joy Thomas, Sylvia Thomas, Webster Thomas, Max Von Schlehenreid, Jr., Thelma Walters, Pam Wellborn, and Kincaid Zindel.
For those who have died: James Flynn and Mary Anne Woods.
Sacraments and Prayers For The Sick & Homebound
GIFTS FOR GOD'S WORK
WEEK #1 OF FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 | JUNE 30, 2019
Attendance .................................................................... 2,413
Collections Stewardship .............................................................. $35,752 Children’s Collection ....................................................$149 Church Maintenance Projects (HVAC) ................. $100
Weekly Average Collection Required per Parish Operation Budget ......... $65,000 12 Month Weekly Average .................................... $63,191
THANK YOU! Use this NEW QR Code to connect with our secure ELEXIO GIVING website to make contributions to All Saints Catholic Community. Visit: www.allsaintsdallas.org/giving
Any parishioner who wishes to receive the sacraments or to be included on the All Saints Prayer List in the Bulletin during illness at home or in the hospital should, either personally or through a family member, contact the Pastoral Secretary in the church office (972-661-9282). If you know that you will be hospitalized, please call in advance so that you can receive the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick before you are admitted.
Mass in Spanish / Misa en Español Mass in Spanish is celebrated on the first Friday of every month at 7:30p.m. Reconciliation takes place in the Chapel from 6:30p.m. until 7:15p.m. Misa en Español será celebrada el primer viernes de cada mes a las 7:30p.m. Habrá oportunidad de confesarse en la capilla comenzando a las 6:30p.m. y terminando a las 7:15p.m. Todos son bienvenidos.
We welcome you and invite you to register online at www.allsaintsdallas.org/registration, at the Newcomer’s Desk in the Welcome Center after any weekend liturgy or in the Church Office during the week.
If you believe that you or someone you know, is a victim of past or present abuse or sexual abuse, please notify law enforcement. In the event the abuse involves a minor, please also contact the Texas Department of Family & Protective Service through the Texas Abuse Hotline at 800-252-5400 or www.txabusehotline.org If the abuse involves a member of the clergy, a parish employee or diocesan employee, notify Diocese of Dallas Victims Assistance Coordinator, Barbara Landregan 214-379-2812 or [email protected]
Presider Schedule The weekend presiders schedule can be found on our website at www.allsaintsdallas.org/ presiders. 4
FAITH FORMATION NEW MASS TIMES EFFECTIVE AUGUST 3-4, 2019 For the past year, the parish has wrestled with parking congestion during our Sunday morning Masses. By mid-morning, our own parking lot is at capacity with an overflow of approximately 120 cars into the street and the neighboring shopping center. The new center owners plan to renovate soon. These new owners do not want us to use their parking spots and may enforce this with towing. Our goal is to celebrate the Eucharist as a family. After much consultation and study, we will start a revised Mass schedule beginning August 3-4: Saturday, 5:00 pm with a cantor Sunday, 7:15 am quiet, without music Sunday, 8:30 am with the contemporary choir Sunday, 10:00 am with a cantor Sunday, 11:30 am with the classical choir Sunday, 5:00 pm with the teen band Beginning the week after Labor Day, our new Faith Formation Class schedule for children age three through fifth grade will be: Sunday 10:00 am (starting September 8) Wednesday 4:30 pm (starting September 11) Junior High Faith Formation and High School gathering times will remain the same; Jr High Youth meet on Sundays 3:15 pm - 4:45 pm and High Schoolers meet Sundays after the 5 pm Mass. Please watch the bulletin and website for online registration instructions. In-person registration will be offered August 4, 2019, 8:30 am - 1:00 pm All Sunday morning Mass times will change August 4, impacting everyone frequenting those Masses. We ask everyone to adjust for the common good. Thank you to all who shared their concerns and perspectives. Thank you to our music ministers and other parish ministry coordinators who revised their liturgical ministry schedules to accommodate these changes. We are confident that this new schedule will provide excellent Sunday worship utilizing our existing parking. “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him.” Romans 8:28.
NEW THURSDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY!!! Jeff Cavins "The Bible Timeline: The Story of Salvation" will be facilitated on Thursday Mornings beginning September 12, 9:45 a.m. This Bible Study is open to all. We will take a 24 week journey through the entire Bible, going deep into each period of salvation history and discovering the amazing story woven throughout Scripture. $35 for the participant materials - financial assistance is available. Please do not let the cost deter you from attending.
RSVP Terri Gorman [email protected]
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Summer is here which means time for family outings on beautiful weekends, vacation travel, and busy schedules. It also signals shifting summer attendance and contribution patterns. Our expenses don’t stop during summer. Please don’t forget that your contributions during the summer months are vital. The economic health of our parish community is directly linked to your generosity.
Please be generous; God is...
MINISTRY NEWS & EVENTS New Members Of Our Parish Family
Outreach Ministry "BACK-TO-SCHOOL" Supplies Collection. Your generous participation is again requested in the annual School supplies will be distributed to needy students through our sister parish, Our Lady of Perpetual Help (OLPH), Family Gateway, Network of Community Ministries, and All Saints ESL program. Please bring the following new items to the church atrium or the St. Francis garage
Tola & Ade Adeoti with Simi & Temi Brady & Taressa Anderson Jerry Camp Roy Chacko & Deepa Mannath with Aaron, Eric, & Isaac Gary Chin & Ngoc Nguyen with Loc & Emily Vivian Dsouza with Preema Gladys Flynn Hilario & Rowena Hubilla Thomas & Philomena Mannath Amberly Marston with Cameron & Carter Jason Poullard & Shayra Arocho with Dona Marie & Owen Wallace Lawrence & Patricia Raiff Alessandro & Kaitlin Struppa with Adrian Erin Sullivan-Baca & Adrian Baca Kaelyn & Carlos Teran with Joaquin Courtney Tran with Luke Steve & Jill Yandura with Olivia
before or after Masses on Saturday and Sunday, July 27th and 28th. 1.
ALL SAINTS WOMEN’S ORGANIZATION
(70 pg, wide & college-ruled) 2.
Loose-leaf filler paper (wide-ruled, college ruled)
Colored pencils (12 count)
Ball point pens (blue, black, red)
Markers and Highlighters (washable)
8. CRAYOLA Crayons (16, 24 count packs) 9.
10. Elmer's white glue (4 oz. bottle) 11. Plastic rulers 12. Children's scissors (5" blunt, 7" sharp) 13. Pencil boxes 14. Pencil pouches
SAVE THE DATE 37TH ANNUAL HEARTS & HANDS BAZAAR Friday October 25th and Saturday October 26th Distributions from the 2018 Bazaar All Saints School Scholarships $2,500 All Saints Jr Hi & HS Youth Ministry
Vision Food Share
All Saints Vacation Bible School
All Saints New Church Organ Fund
Family Gateway Move-In Kits
All Saints Emergency Food Pantry
For More Information, contact Linda Gorman
(3 hole to fit binders)
15. Erasers (pink bevel) 16. Index cards
SUMMER HOURS: The Pastoral Office will Close at NOON on FRIDAYS Through August 30th. 6
MINISTRY NEWS & EVENTS
HOW TO PAVE THE WAY FOR THE STEPHEN MINISTRY 1. 2. 3.
Express your care and concern in a way that feels natural to you. Listen if the person wants to share. Tell the person about Stephen Ministry and/or give them printed information. Get permission to pass along the person's name and phone number to the referral coordinator. If the person is hesitant, encourage him/her to consider a Stephen Minister. Check back with him in a few days to see how he is doing. If the person agrees, get his/her phone number and pass the information along to the Stephen Ministry Referral Coordinator right away. He will contact the potential care receiver. The person may call the confidential Stephen Ministry line to request a Stephen Minister at anytime.
If you or someone you know needs the care of a Stephen Minister, please call: 972-778-0369
DISABILITIES, SPECIAL NEEDS & CAREGIVERS MINISTRY Wednesday, July 17th 7:00 PM in Room C103 We invite all parishioners who have a disability, special needs, or is a caregiver to attend our meetings. Our membership welcomes all who want to be a volunteer for this ministry as well. Refreshments will be served.
Contact Barbara A. Rusk at:[email protected]
VISION FOOD SHARE July 13th and 14th
JULY 22, 24, 29 AND 31; AUG. 5, 7, 12, AND 14 MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY EVENINGS, FROM 6:30 PM TO 8:30 PM
Server candidate must attend all 8 sessions.
If some of these dates conflict with your calendar, please call the Liturgy Office to discuss.
If s/he misses one or two sessions, we will hold a make-up class to be held at a still to be determined date.
The special Mass at which the children are recognized and presented with their medallions and garments is set for the 5:00PM Mass on Sat., Aug. 24 The ministry of Altar Server is open to any boy or girl who will be 11 years of age or older by September 1 and has received First Communion.
Deadline to register is Friday, July 19 Call the Liturgy Office at 972-778-0310 or email [email protected]
The Vision Food Share ministry collects donations of food & funds to provide packages of fresh food to the needy. Volunteers distribute food on the fourth Saturday of each month in the KLC Fellowship Hall. Donations will be collected next weekend after all Masses to purchase food packages for these neighbors in need.
HELP IS NEEDED IN ANY AMOUNT Contact Marie Abel 972-233-1856.
CORRECTION GOLDEN SAINTS LUNCHEON There are no Golden Saints Ministry Luncheons scheduled for the months of July and August. Contact Mary Beth Hughes 972-387-1127 [email protected]
MINISTRY NEWS & EVENTS DOES YOUR EMPLOYER MATCH YOUR CONTRIBUTION? Your donations to All Saints may be eligible for matching funds from employers. Be sure to ask your employer, and create more impact with every gift. Your donation could be doubled with a matching donation!
TO MAKE A TAX DEDUCTIBLE DONATION OF STOCK... Please transfer your shares to "All Saints Catholic Church" account at Merrill Lynch DTC # 8862, Account #540-07338. Contact Susan Holmes with the details, i.e. no. of shares, issuing company or mutual fund, special instructions, etc.
ESL FALL SESSION REGISTRATION Beginners to Conversation Classes! ALL SAINTS CATHOLIC COMMUNITY Registration: Tuesday, August 13 : 6:00 PM Kamel Life Center: Class Room C206 Classes Begin August 20th - December 5th Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:30pm – 8:30pm Cost $25:00
To Volunteer or for More Information contact: [email protected]
INTERESTED IN MAKING A GIFT LATER? If you would like to support All Saints Catholic Community but aren't sure you can fit in a gift in the near future, keep in mind one of the easiest and most flexible ways to give - a bequest. This gift in your will supports our mission after your lifetime, which means you retain use of your assets while you need them and you're free to change your plans at any time. Meet with your estate planning attorney to add this suggested wording to your will or living trust: "I, (name), of (address, city, state ZIP), give, devise and bequeath to All Saints Catholic Church at 5231 Meadowcreek Dr., Dallas, TX 75248, (written amount or percentage of the estate or description of property) for its unrestricted use and purpose."
Please contact Susan Holmes, 972-778-0304 or [email protected]
with any questions.
Fr. Alfonse encourages all Masters of Ceremony, Lectors, Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion, Ushers and Greeters to deepen their spirituality by participating in one of the retreats scheduled for August 24, or September 7. Retreat begins with Mass in the Church at 9:00 AM. Retreat will end at 2:00 PM with a continental breakfast and lunch. Cost is $12.00 to cover food and beverage.
For more information or to register and pay online go to www.allsaintsdallas.org/retreat.
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MINISTRY NEWS & EVENTS The July Edition of our Parish Newsletter is now available…
SAVE THE DATE - SEPTEMBER 21-22 LIVE MUSIC * FOOD * DRINK * GAMES * BINGO LIVE & SILENT AUCTION AND MORE!
Donation Tree Please choose a leaf and return all items listed to the Pastoral Office or to the Information Desk at the Kamel Life Center by August 8th. These items will be used for the auction.
An electronic version was emailed during the week. If you did not get the email, and would like to receive the newsletter as a PDF via email, please contact Chris Diaz at [email protected]
If you want a “hard” copy, our newsletters can be found in the Welcome Center and on the tables in the Narthex and Kamel Life Center Atrium.
THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING OUR FALL FESTIVAL!
New Bulletin Debuts
COUPLES BRIDGE GROUP Would you like to enjoy a fun social evening playing couples PARTY BRIDGE? We are taking names of couples who would like to be members or substitute players. We play once a month beginning September through April. Member couples host 2 tables twice a year in their homes. Beginners are welcome.
For more information, David or Margaret Kosanda 972-235-1647.
The First Edition of our new weekly bulletin “rolled off” the digital presses in time for Masses on July 6-7. Our new bulletin provider, LPi, has a strong national presence with a digital print facility in Addison, (right down the block, so to speak) which is really high quality and high class.
Lumen Christi Council 13520 and Ladies Auxiliary Monthly Meeting, Monday July 15th The Knights of Columbus Lumen Christi Council & Ladies Auxiliary monthly community meal & council meeting is on the THIRD MONDAY of each month at 6:30 PM. Guest speakers, member recognitions & upcoming events will be presented after the meal. Dinner is $6.00 for members. An RSVP is required for dinner. The Lumen Christi Council business meeting for Knights in good standing will start at 7:30 PM. Contact Grand Knight Stan Tax [email protected]
The communications team will tweak the format to further enhance the bulletin with new features like ministry profiles and provide expanded content once a month to highlight upcoming events. We welcome your comments. Please email [email protected]
with feedback and suggestions.
AROUND THE DIOCESE Hymn Society: Free Concerts and Festival The Hymn Society in the United States and Canada invites the public to participate in one or more of the five lively hymn festivals that will take place during the week at various locations. Admission to these events is free, although donations will be gladly accepted. The hymn festivals feature many local and national Catholic musicians and voices.
The Sixth Annual Diocesan Golden Anniversary Mass Celebrations for 50 plus Years of Marriage will be held on Saturday, August 17th at 2 pm at the Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe. This celebration is for couples celebrating their 50th (married in 1969) or 50+ years of marriage (married in 1968 or before) in 2019. Anniversary couples who register will have reserved seating. All family members & guests are welcome to attend. A festive reception will be held following the Mass at the Meyerson Symphony Center. Registration deadline is Sunday, August 11, 2019. Please Note: Names of those registered by August 5th will be printed in the Mass worship aid. Registration is required online at
Sunday, July 14, 7:30 pm Opening hymn festival led by two organs and featuring Dallas organists Thomas Pavlechko and Michael Conrady. Lovers Lane United Methodist Church, 9200 Inwood Rd., Dallas.
Monday, July 15, 7:30 pm Hymn festival led by composer and arranger Ana Hernández. Prince of Peace Catholic Church, 5100 W. Plano Pkwy., Plano.
Tuesday, July 16, 7:30 pm Gala hymn festival led by organist Jan Kraybill, the Notre Dame Children’s Choir, and a massed choir of children from the DFW area, directed by Mark Doerries. Meyerson Symphony Center.
Wednesday, July 17, 7:30 pm Hymn festival in the African American tradition, led by Atlanta-based Dr. Tony McNeill with the Hammond B-3 organ. First Presbyterian Church, 1835 Young St., Dallas.
Thursday, July 18, 10:30 am Closing hymn festival led by Methodist pastor John Thornburg and Yale scholar Marissa Glynias Moore. The University of Texas at Dallas, Student Service Building Addition. For more information on the Hymn Society, please visit www.thehymnsociety.org or phone 800-843-4966.
Welcome Baskets The Trinitarian Auxiliary raises funds annually through its Welcome Baskets project to benefit the seminarians discerning their vocations at Holy Trinity Seminary. Donations raised through this project are used throughout the year. Each fall the Auxiliary distributes welcome baskets to the seminarians that include items such as school supplies, note cards, snacks, postage stamps, etc. The seminarians also receive gifts at Christmas, Easter and graduation from the Auxiliary. Additionally, the Auxiliary hosts receptions after the Lessons & Carols concert during Advent and the Living Stations of the Cross presentation during Lent. Online donations can be made at www.holytrinityseminary.org. Click on “donate”.
Save the Date! Honorary Co-Chairs Georgia & Marc Lyons and Mary & Bill Sladek invite you to join them at this year's Spes Gregis Dinner, which will be held on Friday, October 18, 2019 at the Renaissance Dallas Addison Hotel. Table sponsorships and reservations are now available at www.holytrinityseminary.org and formal invitations will be mailed in early August. To find out how you can join our Table Host Committee and help us promote the dinner,
Please contact Sylvia Najera at [email protected]
Pursuant to Section 30.06, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with a concealed handgun), a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (handgun licensing law), may not enter this property with a concealed handgun. Pursuant to Section 30.07, Penal Code (trespass by license holder with an openly carried handgun), a person licensed under Subchapter H, Chapter 411, Government Code (handgun licensing law), may not enter this property with a handgun that is carried openly.
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