September Events

Thursday, September 1st: Catholic Conversations

We will be continuing: “The Presence of God” by Anselm Moynihan, OP. It is less than 50 pages long, but it is a spiritual classic has been proven to have the power to transform lives. Please purchase the book ahead of time. There will also be 5 copies available on September 1st for immediate purchase for $10.  You may also want to bring cash to pre-order the next book on our reading list, “Fill these Hearts” by Christopher West (for $20).

Join us in the parish library at St. Patrick Parish Center, 280 N Grant Ave, at 7pm for a discussion followed by night prayer. Then join us for “refreshments” at a local pub.

Thursday, September 8th: Theology on Tap

Join us as we team up with Theology on Tap for a talk by Rachel Muha who will speak on Suffering and Forgiveness.  Rachel will speak about how Christ enabled her to forgive those who murdered her own son, Brian in 1999.  The venue will be El Vaquero Mexican Restaurant, 3230 Olentangy River Rd, Columbus, OH 43202.  And the talk will begin at 7pm.

Friday-Sunday, September 9th-11th: Frassati Camping Trip

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Thursday, September 15th : The Stoic, the Addict, and the Mystic

As St. Augustine says, “Our hearts are restless until they rest in God.”  We cannot choose not to have restless hearts.  We can only choose what to do with this restlessness.  This talk will be about how to avoid hardening our hearts like the cold stoic, how to avoid settling for “junk food” like the compulsive addict, and how to begin fulfilling the deepest desires of our hearts by following in the footsteps of the mystics.

The talk will be given by Fr. Jerome at 7pm in Aquinas Hall at St. Patrick Parish Center.

It goes without saying that we will be going out for refreshments at a local pub afterwards.

Thursday, September 22nd: 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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In Christ,
Fr. Jerome Zeiler, OP