May Events

Thursday, May 4th, 7pm in Aquinas Hall: Frassati Scripture Study

We will be beginning our new Frassati Scripture Study this week.  I hope and expect that this will soon become one of the most popular Frassati events of all.  We will be discussing next Sunday’s readings, which can be found here:

Feel free to read the readings beforehand and perhaps even pray with them and study them beforehand.  But in any case, know that I and others will be doing that, and come for what should be a very enjoyable and fruitful discussion.  Refreshments at a local pub to follow.

Thursday, May 11th, 7pm at El Vaquero: Theology on Tap

We will be joining up with Columbus Theology on Tap at El Vaquero Restaurant, 3230 Olentangy River Rd, Columbus, OH 43202 at 7pm for “An Evening with American Saints” hosted by Fr. Nicholas Droll. Father Nicholas Droll will discuss the lives and heroic virtue of several Saints who helped form and continue to sanctify the Church in the United States.  (Please see the Columbus Theology on Tap facebook page for more details.)

Thursday, May 18th, 7pm in Aquinas Hall: The New Evangelization
“What is the New Evangelization and why should I care?”  This will be the title of the talk I will be giving this month in Aquinas Hall (at St. Pat’s).  What is the New Evangelization?  What is new about it?  How does it concern me?  Can I really participate in it, and if so, how?  Why should I really care about this?  These questions and more will be answered during and/or after the talk.  Refreshments and fellowship at a local pub to follow.

Thursday, May 25th: Christ in the City: 7pm in the main church at St. Pat’s

Come adore Our Lord, receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation, be uplifted by beautiful Taize chant sung by our choir, join us for Dominican night prayer.  Refreshments at a local pub to follow.

For more Frassati events, see our facebook page and send me an email ( to be added to our Frassati email list (where several more service and social events will be announced).


God bless,

Fr. Jerome