Category Archives: Meeting Announcement
Just a reminder that Bishop Malooly will be the speaker at our next Supper and Speaker event this Sunday, November 17th, from 4-7 pm. Come enjoy dinner and a chance to meet our Bishop!
Supper and Speaker
This Sunday (October 20) we will have our Supper and Speaker event. Ray Manza (St. Mary’s Parishioner) will speak on the topic of Business Ethics. We begin at 4:00 in the St. Mary’s Room, and the event will conclude around 7:00PM. Please join us for this enlightening presentation and discussion.
CYACC Murder Mystery Dinner
This Halloween, be prepared for swashbuckling pirates and elegant princesses, big-bad-wolves and Rumpelstitskin himself. What could bring all of these characters together, you ask? A murder mystery party, of course!
CYACC invites you to a night of costume-creating and crime-solving as we all seek to discover who committed the “murder” in the castle. Make sure you RSVP… you won’t want to miss out on this intriguing event!
You can RSVP and pay the $10 ticket fee at cyacc.org.
RSVP by this Friday, October 18!
The St. Mary’s Young Professionals’ annual pool party will take place at Dr. and Mrs. Bowens’ (St. Mary’s of the Assumption Parishioners) house. It is a pot luck event, so please bring a item for all to enjoy; appetizers, desserts and beverages are encouraged. Feel free to bring any lawn/yard games as well. If you can not bring an item, a $5 donation is encouraged.
Please bring your own swimsuit and towel.
Date: Sunday July 28, 2013
Location: Dr. and Mrs. Bowens’ House, Landenburg Pa.
St. Mary’s Young Professional Project (SMYPP) is a young adults group seeking to re-establish a young identity in the church. A community and a network, SMYPP exists to meet the social, spiritual, and intellectual needs of young adults, recent college graduates, and anyone open to the values of the Catholic Church while serving the larger community.
Our May speaker is Jack Neill, and he will be presenting on the topic “How did the Second Vatican Council Effect the Catholic Church.” The meeting will be on May 19th, from 4 to 7 pm.
Jack Neill is a member of St. Mary’s parish and is active in adult faith formation, hospital and nursing home ministry. He studied theology in Europe at the University of Innsbruck, Austria, immediately prior to Vatican II and had professors who had considerable influence on many of the documents that were issued by the Council. He spent most of his working life as a teacher and administrator in Catholic and public schools and universities, with a particular emphasis on collaborative and service learning.