Eat, Drink & Be Catholic offers women and men of all ages a casual and friendly opportunity to explore the Catholic faith together. We hope to provide a space for intellectual, relational and spiritual growth. Our hope is that at the end of each evening, individuals not only know more but are also inspired and empowered to live out what our faith celebrates and teaches. Adults of all ages are invited to Mo’s…A Place for Steaks (720 N Plankinton) on Wednesday, September 20th starting at 7:00pm. This year’s theme is, “Love in Action: Go Now in Peace to Love and Serve the Lord.”
Please RSVP to Chad Griesel, Director of Adult Faith Formation, at gro.l1505911549imhcr1505911549a@cle1505911549seirg1505911549 or 414-271-6180. Free drinks and appetizers will be served. All are welcome!
You are invited to our next Prayer Shawl meeting on Thursday September 21, from 4:30-6:00 pm in the Three Holy Women Parish Office (1716 N Humboldt Ave). When these prayer shawls are completed, they are blessed and given to our Director of Pastoral Care, Terri, to share with those who are in need of prayer and support from our community. This ministry has a great spirit! These gifted individuals share their faith with the sick, lonely and heavy hearted, and remind them of God’s love.
Prayer shawl gift bags are always available to anyone in our parish. If you or someone you know needs a prayer shawl or you have a question, please contact Terri at 469-6173 or gro.l1505911549imhcr1505911549a@ths1505911549alab1505911549.
Join us in person at the Cathedral Every Friday at 12:15 pm for this 30 minute communal contemplative prayer with the intention of reconciling and healing racism in our city. Feel free to pray privately wherever you are in solidarity with those gathered at the Cathedral if you are not able to join in person. You can sign up for weekly reflections at tinyurl.com/healracism.
This six-session program will begin on Monday, September 18 and meet in the Old St. Mary Parish Office. The group will meet for six consecutive Monday evenings from 6:00 – 7:30 pm. The program will touch on many different topics such as Different Stages of Grief, Understanding Anger, Depression and Unfinished Business. You will have the opportunity to share your memories and feelings with others who are walking the same journey.
In a Bereavement Support Group, grievers can hear testimony from those who have “been there”. They will discover that others have suffered similar pains, fear, sadness and anger. It is critical for a griever to know that it is okay to feel lonely, depressed or isolated, and to know with certainty that someday they will feel better. A Bereavement Support Group can offer hope. Let us walk this journey with you—Register TODAY! Please contact Terri at 469-6173 or gro.l1505911549imhcr1505911549a@ths1505911549alab1505911549 if you have any questions or want to register.