Events through June 1st
Some Catholic events this week:
May 24, Sisters of Charity Civil War Commemoration at Cedars Auditorium at the Sisters of Charity Motherhouse at Mount St. Joseph (OH), 2 pm. Honors the more than 50 Sisters of Charity who served at Civil War Battlefields in eight states. Music by the Hills of Kentucky Dulcimer players. For information call Sr. Judith Metz, (513) 347-4058.
May 25, Annual Family Memorial Day Mass at Calvary Cemetery (Dayton, OH), 11 am.
May 26, Field Day Mass at Gate of Heaven Cemetery, 11 am. Archbishop Shnurr will celebrate this outdoor Mass (rain location: Good Shepherd Church), which will begin with a military procession at 10:40. For information call (513) 489-0300.
May 26, Memorial Day Mass at St. Stephen Cemetery (Highland Heights, KY), 10 am. Bishop Roger Foys will celebrate.
May 26, Memorial Day Mass at St. Joseph Cemetery (Price Hill/Cincinnati) 11 am. Will be followed by playing of “Taps” in the cemetery and special recognition for servicemen and women.
May 26, Memorial Day Mass at St. Mary’s Cemetery (St Bernard, OH) 11 am. Will be followed by playing of “Taps” in the cemetery and special recognition for servicemen and women.
May 26, Memorial Day Service at Baltimore Pike Cemetery (North Fairmount/Cincinnati), 10 am. Special recognition planned at WWI and WWII memorials.
May 27, Deacon Information Meeting at St. Peter Parish (Huber Heights, OH), 7 – 9 pm. For men interested in the permanent diaconate; wives encouraged to attend. For information call 513.421.3131×2830.
May 29, Deacon Information Meeting at Good Shepherd Parish, 7 – 9 pm.. or men interested in the permanent diaconate; wives encouraged to attend. For information call 513.421.3131×2830.
May 29, Theology on Tap with Jason Williams, Cincinnati seminarian at Cancun Resaurante (Norwood, OH), 7 pm. No fee. Theology on Tap is a national program for people in their 20s and 30s that brings speakers to casual gathering places.
May 29, Courtney Brown, “Dare to Love: A Look at St. John Paul II’s Vision of Marriage,” a Theology on Tap Dayton presentation at Oregon Express, 7 – 9 pm. Presentation begins at 7:30, social time begins at 7. No fee. Theology on Tap is a national program for people in their 20s and 30s that brings speakers to casual gathering places.
May 30 – June 1, Engaged Encounter Weekend at Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center (Norwood, OH). An intense weekend of marriage preparation presented by a team of two married couples and a priest or deacon. Couples have the wonderful opportunity to dialogue privately without outside distractions about their future married life. $235 (includes room and meals). Register at www.cincinnatiengagedencounter.org For information call Ashley Altenau at (513) 479-1700 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
May. 31, Metanoia: a Morning of Prayer and Reflection with Dr. Tobias Nathe at The Athenaeum of Ohio/Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West (Mt. Washington/Cincinnati), 9 am – 12:30 pm. Sponsored by the Parrhesia young adult group and the St. James Project. Light breakfast, a presentation by Dr. Nathe on “Personal Conversion and the Catholic Faith,” and a Holy Hour with Confession, Exposition, Adoration, and Benediction. No fee; space is limited. Reserve online at www.BoldCatholicNow.com.
May 31, New Member Party for St. Gertrude’s 20s Group at The Goody Shop near Corpus Christi parish, 5 pm and an informal meeting at a home (10240 Springbeauty Lane) from 6 – 11 pm. All Catholic young adults are welcome to join this active group that sponsors speakers, holds prayer and social activities, and more. For more information see www.20sgroup.org.
May 31, St. Joseph Orphanage Spring Gala “Spring for the Stars” at Paul Brown Stadium. Sr. Rose Marin Morand, SC, will receive the Scholar of Life Award. Bob Herzog emcee/auctioneer. Silent auction, stadium tours, dinner, aaward ceremony, live auction. Tickets $125; table sponsorships available.
June 1, Cross the Bridge for Life, Newport (3 pm). Short program at the base of the World Peace Bell is followed by a prayerful, positive walk across the “Purple People Bridge.” Free picnic courtesy JTM follows. Music by the Lee Roessler Band and a gospel band; emceed by Son Rise Morning Show host Matt Swaim. Special guests the Little Sisters of the Poor will ring the World Peace Bell in a call to end the violence of abortion. No cost for event and t-shirt (donations gladly accepted).
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