Tuesday, November 06, 2007

Live concert this Friday, etc.

1) Fr Mike and I will be away this week at a convocation with all of the priests of the Archdiocese. It's a chance for all of us priests to get together for a few days and enjoy some fellowship, prayer, and conferences. Please pray for priests!


2) Live concert at St Andrew's! Jim and Michele Cowan, a father and daughter who travel across the country glorifying God through music are playing live during Eucharistic Adoration in the SAA Church this Friday at 7 pm. The Cowans have invited us to "come join us in worship and in adoration of our Lord, as we gather around His glorious presence in the Blessed Sacrament". There are no tickets or admission fees, but we will take up a free will offering for the Cowans.


3) DC Hood vs. St Andrew's / St John the Baptist, Nov 30, 7:30 pm. The site of the game has changed to WHEATON HS, 12601 Dalewood Drive, Wheaton, MD 20906 (it was previously advertized as being at Kennedy HS).


4) Youth group retreat this weekend. Please pray for the 16 teens and 3 adults who will be on retreat this weekend. The theme will be, "I have called you friends" (Jn 15:15).

3 Comments:

At 4:10 PM, Blogger Bethany M said...

Does Saint Andrews have any activities aimed at Catholics in their 20s? I was looking through the site and couldn't find a section for twenty-somes but was hopeful that I was just not seeing what was there. If Saint Andrews doesn't, does the diocese?
Thanks.

 
At 8:38 AM, Anonymous mindy said...

Ask FG- he organizes a number of things targeted for the "young" adults age group (we "older" adults try not to take offense with that kind of verbage used to make the distinction). He's done dinners, softball and flag football, and if you don't see something organized that you'd like to see- suggest it! I'd think it would be a great way to make new friends.

 
At 2:36 PM, Blogger fran said...

The co-ordinator of the Young Adult Ministry with the Archdiocese of Washington is Christa Lopiccolo - 301-853-4559
(There is a link to the Archdiocese website, on this site.)

 

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