DALLAS REGION

THE REGION


Dallas Vision Statement: Create a support base in the Dallas Region that assists FFHL in carrying out their mission through spiritual and monetary support. 

Dallas Mission Statement: FFHL Dallas Region is a local subset of FFHL whose mission is to protect Christianity in the Holy Land through education and awareness efforts of the importance of this issue. 

Region Objective: Grow the connection between the Dallas community and our brothers and sisters in the Holy Land. 


“WE ARE PROUD OF THE WORK WE ARE DOING TO HELP OUR CHRISTIAN BROTHER AND SISTERS IN THE HOLY LAND.”

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2020 REGIONAL EVENTS

Bi-Annual Fundraising Dinner

Sept. 17th, 2020
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Franciscan Foundation for the Holy Land Benefit Dinner

Saturday, Sept. 12th, 2020 7:00 pm
Dallas Country Club

Guardian of the Holy Land Awardee

Richard D. Kelly

Honorary Chairs

Tom and Susan Stanzel

Dinner Co-Chairs

Ed and Terry Lynch
Nick and Julie Summerville

Host Committe

David & Jayne Bass
Dick & Theresa Martter
Douglas & Susan Pritchett
Rosemary Haggar Vaughan
Christopher & Martha Rolland
Richard & Shelley Stanzel
Chris & Rachel Trowbridge
Ticket Information

Terry Lynch: 214-924-8683 or
[email protected]

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Rev. Peter F. Vasko, OFM


President Franciscan Foundation for the Holy Land Father Vasko has lived in the Holy Land for over 35 years.

Father Mitchell Pacwa, S.J.


Established Ignatius Productions in 2000 Currently hosts two television programs and is weekly host of a EWTN Radio program. Is a best-selling Catholic Author.

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REGIONAL DIRECTORS

Susan Stanzel
Regional Representative
FFHL Board Member
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PILGRIMAGE REFLECTIONS

  • The effects of this pilgrimage will likely be enduring, perhaps even epic. The sea change in Catholic-Jewish relations has been registered by people who may have heard something about it previously, but have now seen it embodied. One can only hope that the Palestinian people, seeing what mature leadership looks like, will be able to demand it of their own leaders. As for the impact on the Catholic Church, I’d venture the guess that this pilgrimage will, one day, loom large in the deliberations of the conclave that chooses John Paul’s successor”many years from now, I devoutly hope.

    John Harringer, 2005 Pilgrim

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