Saturday, December 21, 2013 at 7 p.m.
Now that SENT 2013 has passed, we're resuming our monthly night of worship at Saints Philip and James Church! Adore the Lord in the Eucharist with praise and worship. There will also be a talk and opportunities for confession. We'll take a break from our series on the Beatitudes to reflect on the "O Antiphons" with Father Dominic Bump, OP.
After our time of worship, our social in the parish hall this month will feature gingerbread church making! (Yes, you read that correctly.) People will be randomly assigned to teams, and we'll see which team can create the most impressive gingerbread church!
RSVP and invite your friends via our Facebook invitation!
Parking is available in the parish parking lot on East 28th Street between St. Paul and North Charles Streets, across the street from the Saints Philip and James Rectory. Check out this map for information on parking and the grounds of Saints Philip and James: http://tinyurl.com/ssphilipnjames.
Call for Volunteers: Are you interested in volunteering with the hospitality team (i.e., assisting with set-up of the reception or the coffee bar during the reception)? If so, please send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Thursday, December 12, 2013
Webmaster's Note: This wonderful opportunity is not organized by the Baltimore Frassati Fellowship, but our new co-coordinator of Theology on Tap, Ana, is an organizer. In addition, those of you who attended Tim Watkins's Theology on Tap talk this past summer may want to see the documentary!
The Catholic Business Network of Baltimore will host an event on December 12—the feast day of Our Lady of Guadalupe—featuring the documentary The Blood and the Rose. This film—which tells the complete story of the spread of Catholicism in the Americas as inspired by the miraculous appearance of Our Lady of Guadalupe to St. Juan Diego—is, at its heart, about the eternal struggle of good versus evil.
Before the film, there will be an hour-long networking reception, which will provide you with the occasion to meet fellow Catholic business professionals who are striving to bring in their Catholic faith into professional and personal lives. We'll then listen to a few speakers about Our Lady of Guadalupe, watch the film, then close the evening in reflection.
To purchase tickets or to view the film's trailer, please visit www.cbnbaltimore.org.
The Baltimore Frassati Fellowship
A Eucharist-centered, young adult Catholic fellowship