Thursday, October 6th: Catholic Conversations: 7pm in Parish Library at St. Pat’s
Join us as we continue with chapters 3 and following of “The Presence of God” by Fr. Anselm Moynihan, OP. This book and the next book we will be reading, “Fill these Hearts” by Christopher West, will be available for purchase. Refreshments at a local pub TBD will follow.
Thursday, October 13th, Theology on Tap: 7pm at El Valquero Mexican Restaurant
Join us as we team up with Theology on Tap for a talk by our very own Fr. Michael Dosch, OP, pastor of St. Patrick Parish, as he speaks on one of his favorite topics: “The Catholic Imagination of J. R. R. Tolkien.” The venue will be El Vaquero Mexican Restaurant, 3230 Olentangy River Rd, Columbus, OH 43202.
Thursday, October 20th : “How to Get the Most out of the Mass”: 7pm in Aquinas Hall
Let’s be honest. For most of us, our first experience of mass is that of something largely unintelligible, largely boring, and largely irrelevant to the rest of our lives. But as we grow in our Catholic faith, things begin to change… There is an ocean of grace available at every mass. But as St. Thomas says, “everything is received according to the mode of the recipient.” We can drink like a guppy, or we can drink like a whale from this ocean. How do we progress from drinking like a guppy to drinking like a whale? This talk will be given by Fr. Jerome Zeiler, OP, at 7pm in Aquinas Hall at St. Patrick Parish Center. All are welcome.
Thursday, October 27th: Christ in the City: 7pm in main church at St. Pat’s
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 Claddagh Irish Pub.
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I’m not in your age demographic (I’m 48) but I’d really like to attend the “How to get the most out of Mass” talk. I’m a new convert and I know there is a ton about Mass that I don’t know. Would I be allowed to attend? Or do you know of any events for people in my age group? Everything is geared towards the youth or the elderly, us middle-age people feel left out! Thank you 🙂
You are most welcome, Kelly! All are welcome to attend the lecture series. But if you are looking for something more, I’d suggest looking into something like the Dominican Laity (or the Franciscan or Carmelite Third Order). On the other hand, God might be calling you to start something yourself… Pray about that!
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