Hosts Second Annual Benefit
Let Freedom Ring
Austin, Texas, October 16, 2012 – On Wednesday, December 5th, the John Paul II Life Center is hosting their 2nd Inaugural Benefit Dinner at the AT&T Center at 7:00 p.m. His Eminence Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, Archbishop of Galveston-Houston and Pro-Life Chair of the US Catholic Conference of Bishops is the keynote speaker at the event titled Let Freedom Ring. He will address the importance of our First Amendment rights with the impending HHS Mandate forcing all citizens, including faithful Catholics, to pay for abortion drugs. Join us at this event to become further educated and edified on the importance of protecting our First Amendment rights as Catholic citizens of this country.
What: The John Paul II Life Center’s 2nd Annual Benefit: Let Freedom Ring
- Keynote Speaker: His Eminence Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, Archbishop of Galveston-Houston and Pro-Life Chair of the US Catholic Conference of Bishops
- Invocation: Most Reverend Joe S. Vásquez, Bishop of Austin
- Presenting Cardinal DiNardo: Governor Rick Perry
- Dignity of Life Award: Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Hilgers, founder of NaProTechnology – state-of-the art reproductive and gynecological health care
When: Wednesday December 5, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.
Where: AT&T Center, 1900 University Avenue, Austin, TX 78705
How: Individual tickets are $50 and sponsorships at varying levels are available by visiting www.JP2LifeCenter.org or by calling (512) 407-2900.
The John Paul II Life Center
The John Paul II Life Center leads the way in creating a Culture of Life in Central Texas. Inspired by Blessed John Paul II’s teaching on the sanctity of life, the non-profit serves women and families of all faiths and backgrounds.
Their three-fold mission is to:
• Operate The Vitae Clinic, an OB/GYN medical practice offering NaProTechnology, that adheres to Catholic Ethical and Religious Directives
• Promote life by offering 3D/4D sonograms to mothers facing unexpected pregnancies
• Provide education about chastity, fertility care, and religious freedom
To learn more about the John Paul II Life Center, visit www.JPIILifeCenter.org