Mon30Nov20157:00 pmSt. Basil the Great Church
Advent Evening Prayer
Sat05Dec2015Sun06Dec2015After all MassesGathering Area of St. Basil the Great
Adult Faith Ministry Book Sale
After all weekend masses, December 5th and 6th, drop by the Gathering Area and check out and purchase the next selection for our Winter 2016 Book Club- Compassion: A Reflection on the Christian Life, by Fr. Henry J. M. Nouwen and find Advent and Christmas books for your family.
Winter 2016 Book Club: Weds. Jan. 13th, 20th, 27th and Feb.3rd 9:45-11:15am or 7:45-9:00pm in the Annex
Sun06Dec201510:00 amSt. Basil the Great, Family Life Center
GOTS- A Ladies Morning Out!
Join us for the next St. Basil the Great women's breakfast and speaker on Sunday, December 6, from 10-11:30am in the Family Life Center.
The next speaker will be Dorene Miller, President and CEO of Mission Impossible A to Z, a charitable non-profit corporation she founded in 2006. The mission exists to improve the lives of the people of Zambia through sustainable initiatives in the areas of clean water, education and agriculture. Details
Wed09Dec20157:00 pmSt. Basil the Great, Parish Center
You’re invited to attend this timely event! Immigration Presentation—December 9th at 7:00pm at the Parish Center
We invite you to attend a presentation by a panel of experts from our diocese dedicated to helping immigrants build new lives in our country. The panel will include Sr. Rita Mary Harwood, SND, Director of Parish Life Ministry; Camille Gill, Lead Immigration Attorney, Migration and Refugee Services, Catholic Charities and Jeff Stewart, Director of the Immigrant Worker Project. We will also have the opportunity to hear a first person account of life as an immigrant from one of Jeff’s clients. A Question & Answer session will follow.
Thu10Dec20157:00 pmSt. Basil the Great, Parish Center
ACE PROGRAM: From Jewish Sect to Christian Church: The Early Faith Community- St. Praxedes and St. Paul
Presenter: Shelia McGinn, Ph.D.
Thursday, December 10, 2015
St. Basil the Great Church – Parish Center- 7-9pm
What was the experience of the disciples of Christ during that first century following the death and resurrection of Jesus? Known as people of “the Way,” what was their relationship with other members of the Jewish community to which they belonged, and what factors contributed to their separation from that community. Dr. McGinn will address these and other questions about the evolution of the Christian faith and its rapid expansion into the gentile world. We will learn how this apostolic era was one of diversity in thought and practice, as is our own, and how early Christian leaders tried to discern the Spirit of God at work in these conflicts.
Wed06Jan20167:30 pmSt. Basil the Great, Education Center- Rm. #8
Catholics Returning Home
Do you know someone who was raised Catholic, who no longer attends Mass? Do you know someone who feels alienated and separated from the Church? Do you know someone who has left the Church who would benefit from more information? No matter how long one has been away or for whatever reason, we ask you to invite them to consider renewing their relationship with the Catholic Church. Catholics Returning Home is a series of informal sessions and an update of the Catholic faith held in a group format. All are welcome to attend all or part of the Wednesday evening series to explore the way home! An open door and warm welcome awaits them!
The next six-session series begins Wednesday, January 6, 2016 at 7:30 PM in Room 8 of the Education Center. For additional information, please contact Sharon Szabo at 440-336-4722 or email@example.com.
Sat06Feb20166:00 pmSt. Basil the Great, Parish Center
Murder Mystery Dinner and Fun!
Save the Date for a Murder Mystery Dinner and Fun!
Saturday, February 6th, 2016 in the Family Life Center 6-9 pm. A planning committee is being formed now. If you would like to help plan this fun evening, please email Robin Youngs at firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch the bulletin or this website for more information.
Masses: Saturday 5pm; Sunday 7:30am, 9:00, 10:30, 12:00pm, 5:30pm
Parish Office open M-F 9am-9pm; Sat. 9am-6pm; Sun. 9am-1:30pm
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