Evening Enrichment - Wednesday, February 27

Fr. Paul Hottinger
Finding Hope in a Darkened World
Wednesday, February 27
Speaker: Fr. Paul Hottinger
7:00 PM — 8:30 PM
Cor Center
Donation: $8.00

  • What is hope?
  • Why is it one of the theological virtues?
  • Where do you find it in our darkened world?
  • Why is it important?

These questions will be addressed during this Evening Enrichment session.

Trivia for a Purpose - Saturday, March 2

Daybreak Trivia Night
Proceeds support SMMP Daybreak Transitional Housing

Tickets available after Masses Feb. 16-17, Feb. 23-24 or purchase online here.

For reservations and more information contact: Debbie Shipley 630-527-0685 or dshipley@wowway.com

Click here for complete details of the event

CRHP Women Journey On — Sunday, March 3

Journey On March 3
SMMP CRHP Women, come prepare yourself for the Lenten journey!
Join us as we "Rethink Lent" with an evening of reflection activities, conversation and intention-setting.
Kindly RSVP to the Parish Office at (630) 369-0777 by February 27th.

Morning Enrichment — Wednesday, March 6

Sheila Stevenson Katie Faley Caitlin Sica
Young People and the Catholic Church
Speakers: Caitlin Sica, Katie Faley, Sheila Stevenson
Wednesday, March 6   9:15-11:15 a.m.
COR Center
Donation: $8.00

Despite troubling statistics that young people are leaving the Church in droves, join us for a realistic look at ‘Young People and the Church’ and why there is hope that this generation can renew the face of ministry and reinvigorate the Catholic Church!

Caitlin Sica and Katie Faley, MA Theology candidates from Notre Dame University, and McGrath Institute ECHO apprentices at St. Margaret Mary and St. Elizabeth Seton, respectively, along with Sheila Stevenson, Diocesan Director for Young Adult and Campus Ministry, will present an overview of the faith lives of young people and their relationship to the Catholic church. Join us as we explore steps that parents, grandparents and the parish family can take, to help young people in their quest to find community, encouragement and answers to their questions!

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As a worshipping Roman Catholic parish family we are guided by a collegial partnership of laity, pastor, and ministerial staff. Together we seek to foster spiritual growth through the active practice of Christianity. By the sharing of our God-given talents and resources with all God's people we strive for peace and justice as the "Parish with Heart."

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