Meet and Greet

Faith,  Community,  Celebration

Faith: small group reflection on a Scripture passage or other brief presentation.

Community: an opportunity to meet and develop new friendships.

Celebration: a shared pot luck. First and Third Monday of each month; 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Next meeting will be Monday April 10th at 7:00 PM in the Rectory Dining Room.

 

Great Spiritual Autobiographies

Next meeting will be on April 19th at 7:15 pm  in the Gallery. We  will  conclude  this  series  studying  Simone Weil “The Afflicted Genius of France”, Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Letters and prayers from Prison, and The Life & Selected Prison Letters of the Jesuit Alfred Delp.

 

 

The Bible Timeline Series

The Story of Salvation

by Jeff Cavins, Tim Gray and Sarah Christmyer                                                                                                                   

Facilitated by Rosi Meza-Steel and Deacon Jon Liu

You Can Understand the Bible!

Sundays after the 11am Mass. Not meeting on Easter Sunday.

If you want a better understanding of our faith, and a deeper relationship with God, then you should join us for The Bible Timeline Study. By being a part of this study, you will not only benefit personally, but you will also help to bring about a profound renewal in our parish, as we all grow closer to Christ.This is the foundation study in The Great Adventure Bible Study Series that has helped hundreds of thousands of Catholics learn to read the Bible.  The Bible Timeline is a fascinating study that takes participants on a journey through the entire Bible. They will go deep into each period of salvation history and discover the amazing story woven throughout all of Scripture. Using a unique color-coded system, they will learn the major people, places, and events of the Bible and see how they all come together to reveal the remarkable story of our faith. The Bible Timeline has been granted the Imprimatur.

 

WMET 1160 AM Guadalupe Radio Feedback

Bishop Knestout has invited us to give  the  Archdiocese  feedback on the programing and  effectiveness  of  Guadalupe  Radio, the local catholic Radio Station. They are considering a drive to purchase a local radio station to  increase  coverage.  If you could provide Msgr. Paul feedback on your views by May 19th, he would be most grateful. Call at 202-785-0982 or email  Msgr. at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Butterfly Garden : Think Spring!

In  the  Spring  Monsignor  Paul  is  creating  a  gift  for  the Parish and the community  at his own expense, a butterfly garden which will be installed between the rectory parking space  and  the  Melrose  driveway  onto  25th Street..  The specially designed small garden will assist butterflies, especially the Monarch butterflies, as well as hummingbirds and gold finches. Something  natural to lift the spirits of every  passerby ! We are planning to install the garden early in April.

 

Date Night for Couples

Saturday, April 28th; 6:30 PM in the Gallery. Wine and cheeses from around the world. An evening to build  upon  your  appreciation  of  each  other,  Facilitated by Msgr Paul.

 

Young Adults Cooking Class

Sunday April 30th at 6:30 PM. Vegetarian Cooking . Come to enjoy some wine and good company and learn more about especially healthy eating !

 

Renovation of our Parish Hall

Current State of the Permit Process for the Renovation of our Parish Hall

DCRA Process (B#1506270): Pending on DCRA to complete their pre-screening review. When we pass the pre-screening review our project will go forward thru the re-review process.

DDOT Construction Permit Process (#202809): Waiting on DDOT to make a determination if this project will be review in house or it will have to go thru the public space committee. When we receive a feedback on how DDOT will approach this project.

DDOT Occupancy Permit Process: This permit will be submitted for review until we have obtain 95% of the approval on the DDOT construction permit. 

DC Water: We submitted to this division documents for review and pending on a feedback.

2017 Cardinal's Appeal

“SEEK FIRST THE KINGDOM OF GOD” (MATTHEW 6:33)

Many of our parishioners have received a mailing from Cardinal Wuerl in early January. He has asked that you make a pledge to the 2017 Cardinal’s Appeal.  

The Cardinal’s Appeal not only funds the operations of the archdiocese, it funds services that are of great help to the ministries here in our parish. (For example, Appeal funds support… INSERT SOME OF THE MINISTRIES IN YOUR PARISH THAT RECEIVE TRAINING, OR OTHER FORMS OF SUPPORT. (See the list in the manual or on the Appeal website.)

As in past years, the theme of the Appeal is, “Seek First the Kingdom of God.” (Matthew  6:33) As we seek first the Kingdom of God, we have the capability of helping it to be present in our lives and in the lives of those around us through our works of charity, our works of love, our works of love and compassion. Contributions to the Cardinal’s Appeal offers each of us the opportunity to respond to the needs of others by enabling ministries and services that touch thousands of lives.

Please prayerfully consider a generous pledge to the 2017 Cardinal’s Appeal.

Friends of the Music Ministry 2017-2018

We invite you to continue to support our yearly drive to preserve our music ministry, and to become a Friend of the Music Ministry if you have not yet done so. God Bless You!

 

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