Sunday Hospitality

You are invited to join fellow parishioners for an hour of community, sharing and learning following the 10:00am Livestream Mass every Sunday morning!

Just after the Mass ends, parishioners gather for guided meditations, lectures and remarks from faith formation leaders, and other community activities.


Winter 2021 Schedule:

January 17
Veronica Rolf, "Living Resurrected Lives"
Veronica Mary Rolf, author, podcaster, and retreat leader, will discuss her new book (co-authored with her daughter, Eva Natanya PhD) entitled Living Resurrected Lives: What it Means and Why it Matters. This is the companion volume to Suddenly There is God: The Story of Our Lives in Sacred Scripture, which won the 2020 Catholic Press Association Book Award for Scripture. Veronica will explore what it would take to believe so firmly in resurrection—both Christ’s glorification and the promise of our own—that our lives would be radically transformed by that faith right now. Her website is:

January 24

January 31

February 7
Laudato si

February 14
Edwardo Fernandez S.J., “The role of memory, heart and community in the art of doing theology”

Feb. 17

February 21

February 28
Laudato si

March 7
Maureen O’ Hara, “The Five Wishes”—planning for one’s death and funeral.

March 14
Colette Lafia, “The Divine Heart: Living in God’s Love”.

March 21
Guided Meditation

March 28

April 3

April 4

April 11
Chris Hadley S.J., “What does it mean for us to live in and through God’s Spirit?”

April 18
Mary Burns, “How writing novels is connected with growing spiritually”.

April 25

May 2

May 9


May 16
John Coleman S.J. , “Social Catholicism in the 21st Century”

May 23


May 30    
Ellen Kelley, Guided Meditation

June 6
Fr. Coleman, Guided Meditation, Corpus Christi

June 13
What is impact of Ordinary Time?


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