The American Wheelchair Mission is a non-profit organization with a goal to deliver brand new, free wheelchairs and mobility aids to physically disabled children, teens and adults throughout the world who are without mobility or the means to acquire a wheelchair. With a strong focus on the needs of the Americas, the American Wheelchair Mission will continue to change the lives of entire families with the gifts of hope, dignity, freedom and independence.
The Diocese of Dallas currently encompasses an area of 7,523 square miles stretched across Dallas, Collin, Ellis, Fannin, Grayson, Hunt, Kaufman, Navarro, and Rockwall Counties. Its 69 parishes and five missions serve approximately 1.3 million Catholics and a larger North Texas community of more than four million people.
This Google Map shows pinned locations of the all the parishes in the Dallas Diocese.
The Knights of Columbus monthly magazine.
The Knights of Columbus offers men a place to lead their families and communities in faith and service and put their Faith into Action. Knights of Columbus members, parishes and families have the opportunity to make a meaningful difference through 32 Supreme Council-recommended programs.
A father is a protector, involved, a loving husband and so much more. Fathers for Good is an initiative for men by the Knights of Columbus. Whether you are a seasoned dad, a new dad, a dad to be, or a single guy wanting to know more about fatherhood, this website is for you.
HIKE FOR LIFE is Texas’ oldest Pro Life event. It is a pro-life walk held once a year in various locations around Texas that raises money for area Crisis Pregnancy Centers and raises awareness of the dignity of all human life, from conception to natural death. Your involvement in the Hike will help area Crisis Pregnancy Centers to continue their life saving mission.
The Knights of Columbus Supreme website
Established in 1982, the Knights of Columbus Museum, Inc. is a nonprofit institution serving the general public through exhibitions of history, art, and faith. It serves as an archive for the Knights of Columbus Supreme Council and maintains a permanent gallery showcasing the organization’s history, as well as one dedicated to Knights of Columbus founder, Venerable Michael McGivney (1852-1890).
From the $30 specialty plate fee, $22 goes to the Texas Education Agency State Council Charities account to make grants to carry out purposes of that organization, such as helping the poor and sick, and hungry and homeless children.
In his 13 brief, busy years as a priest, Father McGivney’s piety and compassion won the love of those he served as curate and pastor. His Christian inspiration, leadership and administrative drive brought him the loyalty and affection of thousands who knew him as the founder of the Knights of Columbus.
Pope John Paul II was seen by billions of people. Millions would claim that he changed their lives. The Saint John Paul II National Shrine explores how this 20th-century saint inspires Catholics of every age to renew their faith and hope in Christ, and thereby continue to change the world.
The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.
The old DDC Chapter account on the Uknight web host:
A typical URL for a shared web hosting Council account on UKnight: