August 4th: Catholic Conversations
7pm in the Parish Library at St. Patrick Church, Columbus OH
We will be beginning an exciting new book: “The Presence of God” by Anselm Moynihan, OP. It is less than 50 pages long, but it is a spiritual classic that could ignite your prayer life! Please purchase the book ahead of time. It can be purchased for $8 at sites such as this one:
Read about how to be more constantly aware of the presence of God in your life. Then join us in the parish library at St. Patrick Church at 7pm for a vibrant discussion, followed by night prayer. Then join us for refreshments and holy conversation at a local pub with awesome fellow Catholic young adults.
August 11th: Theology on Tap
Join Theology on Tap for Our Summer Kickoff!
Dinner, drinks and our speaker is Fr. Thomas Blau Thursday, August 11, 7pm-9pm
We have a new venue this year: Nugent Hall (under the main church) at St. Andrew in Upper Arlington
Young Adults +21 (Please bring I.D) | $5 | Carpooling recommended
BBQ pulled pork, beer, wine and water will be provided. A vegetarian black bean burger option will be available. Please bring a side dish or dessert to share with the group (post what you will bring on the Facebook event). Vegan requests please post on the Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1483837938308873/
August 18th: An Anatomy of the Human Heart
An Anatomy of the Human Heart:
Place of Encounter, Place of Decision, Place of Covenant
“The heart is our hidden center, beyond the grasp of our reason and of others; only the Spirit of God can fathom the human heart and know it fully. The heart is the place of decision, deeper than our psychic drives. It is the place of truth, where we choose life or death. It is the place of encounter, because as image of God we live in relation: it is the place of covenant (CCC 2563).”
Join us Thursday, August 18th, at 7pm in Aquinas Hall at St. Patrick’s Church for a lecture sponsored by the Columbus Frassati Society and given by Fr. Jerome Zeiler, OP. The lecture will be about the nature of the human heart:
What is the human heart? If it is not the intellect and/or the will, what is it? How can better understanding what the human heart is and how it is changed help improve our spiritual lives?
August 25th: Christ in the City
7pm at St. Patrick Church
Adore Our Lord, come to confession, and be inspired by beautiful Taize chant sung by our choir. Then join us for night prayer followed by refreshments at a local pub TBD.
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Questions? Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Fr. Jerome Zeiler, OP