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News & Announcements
Celebration of Parish Ministries
On Sunday, September 28th, hundreds of parishioners attended the annual Celebration of Parish Ministries in McKinnon Hall.
With 24 parish ministries participating, plus the Wallace Hall Choir and instrumentalists providing live music, it was a wonderful beginning to the fall season!
Click here to view a photo gallery of highlights from the day.
The Psalms: Source of Prayer
Presented by Mr. Brian Pinter
Six Sessions Beginning Monday, October 20th
7:00 PM in the Parish Lounge
For centuries the Psalms have been the foundational scriptures for the prayer of both the Israelite and Christian religions. These ancient sacred texts of praise, wisdom, lament, and thanksgiving have touched the hearts of generations of faithful because they speak to the human condition and our longing for God. Join us as we explore the scriptural jewel box known as the Psalms, and we see how their poetry can enrich our prayer.
About the Presenter:
Brian Pinter is the former Chaplain and Teacher of Theology at Regis High School. He is currently the Education Associate and Bible scholar-in-residence at Christ Church United Methodist. Mr. Pinter holds degrees in theology and religion from St. Joseph’s and Fordham Universities.
Space is limited. Early registration is recommended.
Mozart’s Great Mass
Wednesday, October 22nd
Featuring the Choir of St. Ignatius Loyola, with conductor K. Scott Warren
Sacred Music in a Sacred Space begins its Choral season with Mozart’s Great Mass in C minor — a majestic setting featuring double chorus. An intensely personal, rule‐breaking composition, the Mass is a riveting statement about the complex mixture of joy and pain in human relationships, one that transcended the proscribed Austrian Mass tradition at the time of its composition.