WHO: You! Young adults! Catholics in South Baltimore!
WHAT: Join us at Johns Hopkins Believe in Tomorrow house as we cook a meal for the families there!
WHERE: Meet there (1915 McElderry St.) or if you would like to carpool, contact Jessica Ross at email@example.com or post in this event.
RSVP here if you'd like to join us. If someone wants to join who doesn't have Facebook, email Beth Awalt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have you met Him? This year-long retreat for students in grades 6-12 is designed to discover Jesus through the Sacred Sites of Baltimore. This month's session will take place at Our Lady of Good Counsel. Meet Him in the people you serve. Participate in Advent Vespers. Time TBD
The Offices of Cemeteries and Respect Life invite you to "Every Tear Wiped Away": A night of prayer and remembrance for you and your family. Presider: Most Rev. Adam J. Parker
Have you met Him? This year-long retreat for students in grades 6-12 is designed to discover Jesus through the Sacred Sites of Baltimore. This month's session will take place at St. Mary's Spiritual Center - home of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton. Meet Him through those Saints who walked our streets.
All interested families are invited to Mount de Sales Academy for the 2017 Open House (last tour departs at 2:30 p.m.). After checking in at the gym, you can get to know us firsthand by seeing our facilities, meeting our faculty and learning about student life from Sailors themselves! Learn more about our 165-year legacy of Academic Excellence in the Catholic Tradition. Pre-registration will open on www.mountdesales.org in Fall 2017 and walk-ins are welcome too!
Tour our campus, view presentations, meet students, faculty and be a part of our school community. To register for Open House visit www.msjnet.edu/futuregael. Pre-register before the event to be entered into a drawing. Four lucky prospective families will win a gift card to the Mount Saint Joseph High School Store! #BecomeAGael
Join fellow parishioners and neighbors for a (only slightly) frightening family-friendly movie to kick off Halloween weekend! We'll have pizza and popcorn for everyone starting at 6 PM and will start "Monsters, Inc." at 6:30 PM. Feel free to bring your own drinks, snacks, and blankets. Beer is on tap or BYOB. We'll be asking for donations to offset the cost of food & beer. Kids are welcome to come in costume! RSVP to email@example.com Oct. 26. Enter side door on Towson St. from the door facing the Montessori school in the parking lot behind church.
The Anointing of the Sick will be celebrated Oct. 21 & 22 at all masses. This is an opportunity to receive the grace of the sacrament if you are anticipating surgery or a hospital stay in the near future, are chronically ill, elderly, have an acute illness or disease, or are pregnant. It is also for those physically or mentally ill, but not spiritually ill, as the sacrament of reconciliation is for spiritual healing. The sacrament is not for those who have the common cold. The anointing will occur after the homily. Those receiving will be invited to stand in the aisle. After the initial prayers, you will be invited forward to receive the anointing on your forehead and palms.
This annual tradition returns to the Biergarten at Our Lady of Good Council on Saturday, October 7 from noon to 4pm.
The White Elephant Stand is back! We'll take your clean usable items as a fundraiser for CCSB. Your trash is someone's treasure!
We also need gift cards for Wheel prizes; anything goes! Regift those $5 cards to Dunkin Donuts or the places you'll never go to eat or shop! And, donate a six-pack or that bottle of wine you'll never drink for the Wheel.
Finally, please sign up to be a volunteer. Can you help for an hour at the event? Or can you help set up the week before?
October is the Month of Mary and this year is the 100th anniversary of the Fatima Apparitions. The Basilica is hosting an Octave of Prayer whereby the Basilica will be open 24/7 for Eucharistic Adoration, recitation of the Rosary, engaging talks and special masses -- all to promote the Fatima message of peace. The world and our city so hunger for peace. For evening and early morning hours, there will be two security guards at the Basilica to ensure your safety. Sign up to participate.
Cook dinner for those families who are supporting loved ones at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Tomorrow House provides a home away from home for families. We will cook for about an hour, then socialize with the families and enjoy the food, followed by clean up. For more information or to RSVP contact firstname.lastname@example.org.