Many of us have regular parishes, but we also often feel alone when we go to Mass there. Join us as we choose a different parish and Mass time on the first Sunday of each month, allowing us to visit many parishes that we might not otherwise go to. Through this, we will be growing together through worship, but also being a witness to parishes. Our hope is that we give courage other young adults to join us and feel supported in being a Catholic young adult in a culture of "nones". It will also bring hope to the older generations and inspire the younger, as we stand as witnesses to being faithful young adults.
Please aim to be there 10 minutes before so we can sit as much together as possible.
2019 Mass Locations
January 6: St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, 11 a.m.
"He said to them, 'Come away by yourselves to a deserted place and rest a while.'" (Mk 6:31)
Time to disconnect and refocus is essential in the spiritual life. Our retreat is centered around giving young adults time away from our normal lives to encounter Christ and build community.
All adults in their 20s and 30s, single or married, are welcome! Friday evening's program will include a wine, beer and appetizer social as great time for fellowship! In addition to conferences throughout the weekend, there will be time for group and individual prayer, solitude, rest, Mass and the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Speakers include Fr. Drew Heiman, Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, and Emily Savage.
Open to men and women. Study the Living Word with a focus on discipleship, evangelization and virtue. No pre-work required, simply show up and encounter the Lord through His word and one another.
The mission of Sisterhood is to provide women with the opportunity to grow deeper in their Catholic faith in imitation of Christ, develop virtue, and establish genuine friendships with other women who have similar goals through small group study, fellowship, and accountability.