In case you missed our announcement during our most recent Frassati Night: Our March Frassati Night’s social will feature a country line dancing lesson! This is to commemorate the Baltimore Frassati Fellowship’s fifth birthday. (Plus, March 19th, the date of our next Frassati Night, is the Solemnity of St. Joseph.)
Dan, one of our first core team members, will make it easy for anyone to learn country line dancing. You can join his lesson and have some fun learning some moves, or you can watch the lesson while you chat with other young adults!
Don’t forget to join us for the worship portion of Frassati Night, too! As always, it will include Eucharistic adoration, a talk, praise and worship, and the opportunity for confession.
We look forward to worshiping alongside and, later, dancing with you in March!
Lent is here!
Download our guide* to opportunities for Mass, confession, Eucharistic adoration, Stations of the Cross, and various Lenten observances in Baltimore! Our guide includes the regular and Lenten schedules of parishes in Baltimore that young adults in the Baltimore Frassati community attend regularly, including Saints Philip and James Catholic Church.
Do you have trouble downloading our guide? Do you attend a parish that’s not listed and whose Lenten observances you think would help other young adults deepen their faith? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
* = Updated on February 17, 2016
We’re happy to announce our Frassati Night speakers for February and March 2016! Both month’s speakers will continue our aforementioned Frassati Night talks centered around the Year of Mercy.
In February, we’ll welcome two Franciscan brothers, Brother Andrew and Brother David.
In March, we’ll hear from Ed and Sue Dickey, as well as Charlotte Ponticelli. The Dickeys and Ms. Ponticelli will talk about the corporal work of mercy, “Visit the imprisoned.”
The Baltimore Frassati Fellowship