Increasingly it seems that our fellow young adults are looking to political philosophies and ideologies to shape their worldview and thus political movements—and their figureheads—can become their prominent sources of hope (and despair). Fortunately, we Catholics already have a Savior and a worldwide movement in which to place our faith and our hope: Jesus Christ and his Church.
Fr. Byron Hagan is presenting a five-part series January-May which will explore how young adult Catholics can live greatly in 2017. Call it a "Field Guide for Millennial Catholics," if you will. Part two, "Politics and Christian Community" will begin at 4:30pm on Sunday, 2/26. Don't miss this opportunity to be transformed by the renewal of your mind, worship the living God, and build meaningful relationships.
4pm Confessions available with Fr. John Powers (until 4:45)
4:30pm Presentation by Fr. Byron Hagan
4:45pm Break/silent prayer
5pm Mass with the parish
6pm Social hour (lower level)
If you can't come for the whole thing (we know, you're soooo busy), come for whatever you can.
Your age: 21-35 (Yes, there is booze involved.)
Your dress: Your Sunday best, hello. (Business casual is fine.)
Cost: Nada. (Bring $5 if you'd like to donate to the cause.)