El Calvario Prayer Request Community Improvement Holy Mass Service Launched

A new prayer request service has been launched for local residents in need in El Calvario, Texas. The Bethany Center is providing a secure platform for anyone to ask for prayers for their health, job, family and more.

Dallas, United States - August 1, 2020 /PressCable/ —

A new prayer request service has been launched by The Bethany Center in the parish of El Calvario. It aims to help anyone in need of prayers to get the help they need. A confidential form is provided for anyone seeking prayers for health, their job, family or other needs.

More information can be found at: https://bit.ly/2YFcRvL

By entering their request in the provided form, priests will pray and offer Holy Mass for their needs. The request is a secret trust, fully confidential, and there is never a charge.

The Bethany Center of Community Promotion, or CEPROCOBE, was created in 2012 as a new initiative with the aim to evangelize through the service of charity to the most needy people.

The core focus of the Bethany Center is to work together with local residents to build a more equal society. The center is open to all people regardless of their creed, because they state that the reign of God transcends belief systems.

Some of the most pressing needs that the parish seeks to overcome are poverty, the marginalization of people, the meager opportunities for much of the youth to study, undernourishment of children and more.

Now they aim to identify high-risk situations and propose a series of programs to provide long-lasting and life-changing results. While praying to God, the team puts its best foot forward.

The Bethany Center states: “Encouraged by our faith in Christ, life in abundance for the people, Bethany Center offers programs which help to combat the hunger of children and adults, as well as sickness or lack of education.”

“The programs of the Bethany Center aim at being spots where an effort is being made to live these dimensions, thus promoting true living together of people. We believe there is room for all without exclusion.”

They also have social outreach programs planned, and invite local residents to show solidarity with those who have less.

Interested parties can find out more on the URL above, or by checking out the next issue of the Provincial bulletin.

Contact Info:
Name: Fr. Maxi Derisseau, cicm
Email: Send Email
Organization: Bethany Center
Address: Undefined, Dallas, Texas 75240, United States
Website: https://bit.ly/3hpVYhq

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88970883

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