The Vatican announced the confirmed schedule for Pope Francis’ apostolic visit to the United States this September, which includes stops in Washington, D.C., New York, and Philadelphia. Details of the Holy Father’s visit to Washington, D.C. are listed on the website of the Archdiocese of Washington at http://www.adw.org/papalvisit/.
All young adults (college-late 30s) are invited to a day-and-a-half of spiritual renewal led by young Jesuit priests and seminarians, Friday evening and Saturday, July 10 - 11, at Georgetown Prep High School, sponsored by DCCatholic, 270Catholic and the Archdiocese of Washington Young Adult Ministries. View the flyer.
The D.C. Catholic Conference is working with No DC Suicide, a coalition including disability advocates, medical professionals, suicide prevention advocates, and other allies to oppose legislation recently introduced in the D.C. City Council (B21-38) that would legalize physician-assisted suicide in the District of Columbia. View the flyer on this effort.
In light of the 175th Anniversary of our parish, the Hispanic Committee is planning a Multicultural Celebration for October 11, after all of the daytime Masses. (Por ser el 175 aniversario de nuestra parroquia, el Comité Hispano está planificando una celebración multicultural el 11 de octubre, todo el día después de las Misas de la mañana.)