Every year on the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, millions of Americans brave the January cold to march in protest for the right of every American life - particularly those who are voiceless  in the womb and the mothers and fathers who feel helpless to provide for their child. 

Mary Immaculate Catholic Church and the Pro-Life Ministry invite you to partake in this peaceful and lively protest as we march from the Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe to the Earle Cabell Courthouse on Saturday, January 20. The Knights of Columbus are sponsoring FREE DART DAY PASSES and BREAKFAST TACOS for anyone who RSVPs to the event by Thursday, January 18.

To RSVP, contact Robert Happe by email at or by calling him at 214-498-3120.

More details can be found at:


7:30am - 8:30am | Arrive at Farmers Branch DArt station (12800 Denton Dr, Farmers Branch, TX)

The Knights will have breakfast tacos and a DART day pass for all who RSVP. 

For more information regarding DART Schedule, click here

For maps on the DART exits to take and the way to and from the station, click here.

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10:30am  |  Bilingual Mass at the cathedral shrine of the virgin of guadalupe (2215 Ross Ave)

Note: This Mass is traditionally very packed - try to arrive as early as possible for a seat!

If you would like to try to sit with us (if space allows), you can find us beneath the blue Mary Immaculate banner inside the Church.



12:30pm  |  March Begins at the Cathedral

If you desire to march with fellow parishioners, gather beneath the blue Mary Immaculate banner outside the Cathedral after Mass.

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2:30  |  Approximate end for march and rally at Earle Cabell Federal Building

Reception and pro-life exhibits available after the rally at the Grand Salon within the Cathedral.


If you have suffered from an abortion, know that God is still with you and desires to comfort you in your pain... and so does your family at Mary Immaculate Catholic Church. The staff members at the office are available to listen and pray with you, and you can always contact a priest by emailing Fr. Michael Forge or Fr. Daniel Rendón, or by calling the office at (972) 243-7104.


"He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds."
Ps. 147:3