Listening Sessions Begin in OCTOBER
Join us for a four week opportunity for deeper listening and sharing around the issues of difference and violence in our community and country open to both parishioners and non-parishioners. This will be a sacred space for those gathered to simply listen, gain perspective, and build relationship with one another in a small group of 8 - 10 people.
Sessions will be facilitated by members of the staff and some of our fellow parishioners.
Sign Up Now Online or in the Commons after Mass.
Sessions are 4 weeks long, with three different opportunities during the week.
Evening Prayer for Peace - Sept 9
In light of recent incidents of violence and racial tension in communities across the United States, Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz, the president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), has invited all dioceses across the country to unite in a Day of Prayer for Peace in Our Communities. It will be celebrated on the feast of St. Peter Claver, September 9. He hopes this will be one way to “nurture open, honest and civil dialogue in our communities struggling with violence in many forms.”
We will gather at 7:00 p.m. for an evening of prayer, song, and reflection as we pray for peace and continue to discern how we as a community can support healing and reconciliation in our homes, our cities, and our nation. We hope you will join us.
Do you have a question, or would you like to offer a resource to our community?
Contact: Carol Dufresne, Director of Human Concerns (firstname.lastname@example.org).