Dear Young People, St. Leo’s Church is very happy to announce the formation of a Catholic Young Adult Discussion Group. The foundational meeting took place Sunday, February 17th 2013.
The discussion group the first Saturday of each month immediately following the 5:00 pm Mass in the church rectory. Members email one another to arrange “pot-luck” snacks; wine and soft drinks are provided.
Who: Young adults (around 20 – 35 (no hard & fast age limit)), married or single, open to non-Catholics, open to non-parishioners of St. Leo’s; bring your children if it is not possible to get baby-sitters.
What: The participants set the agenda for discussion with their questions about actualities in the Church, in culture, in politics, in the world; moral issues, issues of Church governance and law; faith issues; Catholic spirituality, religion, theology, liturgy, sacraments, history & philosophy.
How: You set the agenda with your questions and interests; no lectures or classes, Father Frank will be present as a resource person with his theological background.
When: First Saturday of the month (excluding, for now, July-September)
Time: After the 5:00 pm Mass Saturday (around 6:15 p.m.- 8:00 p.m.)
Where: St. Leo’s Rectory
Why: To enjoy understanding what is going on in the Church and in culture, in politics in the world from a faith perspective, and to appreciate the views and company of others.
Prerequisite: Good Will alone.
Call or email Father Frank to enquire and to indicate what you want to talk about.
Tel: 416-251-1109 email: email@example.com
More about this group to come as the organization becomes more developed. Stay Tuned, there are exciting things happening here.
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