May THIRD Saturday Meeting - Saturday, May 18

We will meet on the THIRD Saturday of May, May 18, in the Parish Center Meeting Room, beginning at 7:00 a.m. with coffee available at 6:30. 

We will discuss the weekend readings.

Thanks to Msgr. Carr for speaking at our May FIRST Saturday meeting and John M for arranging.

Thanks to Mike and David for facilitating our April FIRST Saturday meeting.

Please email lshadowen@aol.com to volunteer to facilitate a meeting.

Coffee starts at 6:30!

May THIRD Saturday Meeting - Saturday, May 18

We will meet on the THIRD Saturday of May, May 18, in the Parish Center Meeting Room, beginning at 7:00 a.m. with coffee available at 6:30. 

We will discuss the weekend readings.

Thanks to Msgr. Carr for speaking at our May FIRST Saturday meeting and John M for arranging.

Thanks to Mike and David for facilitating our April FIRST Saturday meeting.

Please email lshadowen@aol.com to volunteer to facilitate a meeting.

Coffee starts at 6:30!

May FIRST Saturday Meeting - Msgr. Carr on the Mass

We will meet on the FIRST Saturday of May, May 4, in the Church Hall, beginning at 7:00 a.m. with coffee available at 6:30. 

Note change of location to Church Hall (downstairs).

We are pleased that Monsignor William H. Carr will be our speaker at our upcoming Meeting. Complementing our focus on The Mass over the past several meetings, Monsignor Carr will speak to The Mass from his perspective of being a celebrant of The Mass for the past 50 years. This will be a wonderful opportunity to further delve into the mystery of The Mass and the gift of The Eucharistic. Monsignor plans to provide a generous period for questions and answers, allowing us to ask some of the pressing questions we have had about The Mass and attending Mass. All men of the parish are invited to attend. Please consider inviting your friends and fellow parishioners to share in this discussion.

Thanks to John M for arranging.

Thanks to Mike and David for facilitating our April FIRST Saturday meeting.

Please email lshadowen@aol.com to volunteer to facilitate a meeting.

Coffee starts at 6:30!

May FIRST Saturday Meeting - Msgr. Carr on the Mass

We will meet on the FIRST Saturday of May, May 4, in the Church Hall, beginning at 7:00 a.m. with coffee available at 6:30. 

Note change of location to Church Hall (downstairs).

We are pleased that Monsignor William H. Carr will be our speaker at our upcoming Meeting. Complementing our focus on The Mass over the past several meetings, Monsignor Carr will speak to The Mass from his perspective of being a celebrant of The Mass for the past 50 years. This will be a wonderful opportunity to further delve into the mystery of The Mass and the gift of The Eucharistic. Monsignor plans to provide a generous period for questions and answers, allowing us to ask some of the pressing questions we have had about The Mass and attending Mass. All men of the parish are invited to attend. Please consider inviting your friends and fellow parishioners to share in this discussion.

Thanks to John M for arranging.

Thanks to Mike and David for facilitating our April FIRST Saturday meeting.

Please email lshadowen@aol.com to volunteer to facilitate a meeting.

Coffee starts at 6:30!

May FIRST Saturday Meeting - Msgr. Carr on the Mass

We will meet on the FIRST Saturday of May, May 4, in the Parish Center Meeting Room, beginning at 7:00 a.m. with coffee available at 6:30. 

We are pleased that Monsignor William H. Carr will be our speaker at our upcoming Meeting. Complementing our focus on The Mass over the past several meetings, Monsignor Carr will speak to The Mass from his perspective of being a celebrant of The Mass for the past 50 years. This will be a wonderful opportunity to further delve into the mystery of The Mass and the gift of The Eucharistic. Monsignor plans to provide a generous period for questions and answers, allowing us to ask some of the pressing questions we have had about The Mass and attending Mass. All men of the parish are invited to attend. Please consider inviting your friends and fellow parishioners to share in this discussion.

Thanks to John M for arranging.

Thanks to Mike and David for facilitating our April FIRST Saturday meeting.

Please email lshadowen@aol.com to volunteer to facilitate a meeting.

Coffee starts at 6:30!

May FIRST Saturday Meeting - Msgr. Carr on the Mass

We will meet on the FIRST Saturday of May, May 4, in the Parish Center Meeting Room, beginning at 7:00 a.m. with coffee available at 6:30. 

We are pleased that Monsignor William H. Carr will be our speaker at our upcoming Meeting. Complementing our focus on The Mass over the past several meetings, Monsignor Carr will speak to The Mass from his perspective of being a celebrant of The Mass for the past 50 years. This will be a wonderful opportunity to further delve into the mystery of The Mass and the gift of The Eucharistic. Monsignor plans to provide a generous period for questions and answers, allowing us to ask some of the pressing questions we have had about The Mass and attending Mass. All men of the parish are invited to attend. Please consider inviting your friends and fellow parishioners to share in this discussion.

Thanks to John M for arranging.

Thanks to Mike and David for facilitating our April FIRST Saturday meeting.

Please email lshadowen@aol.com to volunteer to facilitate a meeting.

Coffee starts at 6:30!

French Food Fest at Little Sisters of the Poor: WE NEED YOUR HELP!

John V, Mark S, and Augie K emails:

We are so excited for our 11th Annual RVA French Food Festival, kicking off NEXT Friday and Saturday, April 26th and 27th! As the festival has continued to grow, so has our need for volunteers, and we need A LOT of help!

 If you haven't already signed up, would you please consider joining us? We can promise you'll have fun, and what better way to spend your time than to lend a helping hand to a great cause?

To sign up, visit www.littlesistersofthepoor.volunteerhub.com and choose an open shift. We could especially use your help with our new guest chefs--this is an amazing opportunity to work alongside some of Richmond's most talented chefs from the BEST local restaurants.

Thank you so much!!

RVA French Food Festival

Little Sisters of the Poor, 1503 Michaels Rd, Henrico, VA 23229

May FIRST Saturday Meeting - Msgr. Carr on the Mass

We will meet on the FIRST Saturday of May, May 4, in the Parish Center Meeting Room, beginning at 7:00 a.m. with coffee available at 6:30. 

We are pleased that Monsignor William H. Carr will be our speaker at our upcoming Meeting. Complementing our focus on The Mass over the past several meetings, Monsignor Carr will speak to The Mass from his perspective of being a celebrant of The Mass for the past 50 years. This will be a wonderful opportunity to further delve into the mystery of The Mass and the gift of The Eucharistic. Monsignor plans to provide a generous period for questions and answers, allowing us to ask some of the pressing questions we have had about The Mass and attending Mass. All men of the parish are invited to attend. Please consider inviting your friends and fellow parishioners to share in this discussion.

Thanks to John M for arranging.

Thanks to Mike and David for facilitating our April FIRST Saturday meeting.

Please email lshadowen@aol.com to volunteer to facilitate a meeting.

Coffee starts at 6:30!

Kozak's Korner - Recommended Reading For Holy Week

April FIRST Saturday Meeting

We will meet on the FIRST Saturday of April, April 6, beginning at 7:00 a.m. with coffee available at 6:30. 

We will view and discuss the third installment of Bishop Robert Barron’s video series “The Mass”. The meeting will be downstairs in the parish hall so we can view the video.

Here is additional info on the 6 session course:

https://store.wordonfire.org/collections/the-mass/products/the-mass-study-guide-pre-order

Here is a quick video introduction to the course:

https://youtu.be/xCnPHtz0sZA

Thanks to Mike and David for volunteering to facilitate our April FIRST Saturday meeting.

Thanks to Frank for facilitating our March FIRST Saturday meeting.

Please email lshadowen@aol.com to volunteer to facilitate a meeting.

Coffee starts at 6:30!

April FIRST Saturday Meeting

We will meet on the FIRST Saturday of April, April 6, beginning at 7:00 a.m. with coffee available at 6:30. 

We will view and discuss the third installment of Bishop Robert Barron’s video series “The Mass”. The meeting will be downstairs in the parish hall so we can view the video.

Here is additional info on the 6 session course:

https://store.wordonfire.org/collections/the-mass/products/the-mass-study-guide-pre-order

Here is a quick video introduction to the course:

https://youtu.be/xCnPHtz0sZA

At the beginning of the meeting, Ann Marie Condlin will talk to us about a parish-wide Virtus Training initiative she is leading.

Thanks to Mike and David for volunteering to facilitate our April FIRST Saturday meeting.

Thanks to Frank for facilitating our March FIRST Saturday meeting.

Please email lshadowen@aol.com to volunteer to facilitate a meeting.

Coffee starts at 6:30!

April FIRST Saturday Meeting

We will meet on the FIRST Saturday of April, April 6, beginning at 7:00 a.m. with coffee available at 6:30. 

We will view and discuss the third installment of Bishop Robert Barron’s video series “The Mass”. The meeting will be downstairs in the parish hall so we can view the video.

Here is additional info on the 6 session course:

https://store.wordonfire.org/collections/the-mass/products/the-mass-study-guide-pre-order

Here is a quick video introduction to the course:

https://youtu.be/xCnPHtz0sZA

At the beginning of the meeting, Ann Marie Condlin will talk to us about a parish-wide Virtus Training initiative she is leading.

Thanks to Mike and David for volunteering to facilitate our April FIRST Saturday meeting.

Thanks to Frank for facilitating our March FIRST Saturday meeting.

Please email lshadowen@aol.com to volunteer to facilitate a meeting.

Coffee starts at 6:30!

March for Life 2019

From Joan Scarola:

Greetings Fellow Parishioners,

We have all been horrified that multiple Virginia politicians have stated their support of late term abortion, and we now have an opportunity to make our voices heard.

On April 3 the first ever Virginia March for Life will be held at the State Capitol Building in Richmond. The march will begin with a rally at 11 A.M. (speakers have not yet been finalized), followed by the march at Noon.  Further information will be provided in our bulletin and on our website as it becomes available, but in the meantime we ask for your help in getting the word out.

Would you please inform members of your group or committee about this important event, and encourage everyone to participate either individually, as a family, or as a group.  Ask them to continue checking our website and bulletin for further announcements.

Thank you and may God bless, inspire and unite us as we continue to speak on  behalf of the right to life.

Prayerfully,

Respect Life Ministry