Molloy’s First Fashion Show
Archbishop Molloy H.S., Briarwood, held its first ever fashion show March 24, which raised more than $20,000 for the Girls’ Leadership Scholarships.
Americans United for Life is offering extended suicide prevention assistance for anyone who needs it. The pro-life organization works to advocate and support at all stages and hopes to aid those who suffer or are at risk.
“We offer understanding, not judgment,” said the president and CEO of the organization. “We offer real help, not empty platitudes. The pain that drives people to contemplate suicide is as real as the pain from any disease, and deserves to be taken just as seriously. The American suicide epidemic must be stopped, and AUL is committed to being a leader in that effort.”
For more informatin visit https://aul.org/advocacy/suicide-prevention/
Solidarity HealthShare, a pro-life, life affirming alternative to traditional health insurance, is offering “Unplanned” as an experience to moviegoers. The film is based on the true story of Abby Johnson, a former clinical director of Planned Parenthood, who has become one of the most prolific pro-life activists after witnessing the savagery of abortion.
Visit unplannedtickets.com for local listings and tickets.
Solidarity HealthShare is a Catholic Arizona organization offering members an affordable and ethical way to pay for healthcare.
Correction: An article in the March 23 issue of the The Tablet appeared with the headline: “Glendale Parish Steps Closer to Christ One Bowl at a Time.” The article, which was about Sacred Heart parish’s Lenten observance in support of the Little Sisters of the Poor, two times erroneously referred to Our Lady of Grace. The entire article was about Sacred Heart and the work of the Sacred Heart Ladies Guild, not the Our Lady of Grace Ladies Guild.
“Humility! May this be our password!” – St. Vincent de Paul
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Teens Serve Lenten Soup To Save Babies
The Confirmation candidates at St. Andrew Avellino, Flushing, joyfully celebrated the parish’s 17th annual Lenten Meal March 22. The children served soups prepared by families. Father Joseph T. Holcomb, pastor, offered grace. Free will contributions were taken and $1,700 was donated to Bridge to Life, the Catholic pregnancy support center. Catherine Donohoe, president of the charity, and Cathy Black, administrative assistant, spoke about their mission.