Event calendar

October 29, 2014

St. Philip Neri Church in Portland, Ore., will host a fair trade chocolate tasting and edcuation event for young adults in Carvlin Hall. Heather Colbert Moline, former International Jesuit  Volunteer and current youth minister at St. Andrew Parish in Portland, will lead us in an exploration about third world countries who are dependent for their livelihood to a large extent on their cocoa crop. What can we do to help? Catholic Relief Services is responding to these issues by helping set up networks for Fair Trade sales, and by educating the public.

November 1, 2014

Join alumni, parishioners, parents, faculty and friends for St. Austin City Lights benefitting St. Austin Catholic School in Austin, Texas. The evening includes dinner, music, silent and live auctions, all on the rooftop of parish parking facility complete with amazing views of the city. For more details or to become a sponsor, please contact Keili Smith at ksmith@staustinschool.org or 512-477-9471 ext. 311.

November 2, 2014

The Cathedral of St. Andrew will hold its annual flu shot clinic.
 

November 2, 2014

St. Philip Neri Church in Portland, Ore., will hold an open house/open sanctuary. The church designed by celebrated architect Pietro Belluschi; icons written by contemporary iconographer Mary Katsilometes; fresco by Jack Portland. All are welcome! Docent-led tours, adoration and praise, refreshments and live music.

November 3, 2014

St. John XXIII University Parish at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville will host an adult edcuation series, "Angels and Saints." This is a presentation about ordinary people that lived extraordinary lives like St. Francis, the rosary and Mary, guardian angels, and All Soul’s/All Saints. Meet in the chapel.

November 7-9, 2014

St. Austin Church in Austin, Texas, is remembering Kristallnacht, The Night of Broken Glass, in conjunction with the Texas Hillel Foundation for Jewish Campus Life. This is a multi-media presentation depicting the looting, burning and ransacking of Jewish homes, synagogues and businesses by Germans, which in turn led to the beginnings of the Holocaust. This exhibit reminds us to this day and time the extent that fear, blaming another group of people for the ills of a country, city or state can develop into.

November 9, 2014

St. Philip Neri Church in Portland, Ore., will hold an open house/open sanctuary. The church designed by celebrated architect Pietro Belluschi; icons written by contemporary iconographer Mary Katsilometes; fresco by Jack Portland. All are welcome! Docent-led tours, adoration and praise, refreshments and live music.

November 10, 2014

St. Philip Neri Church in Portland, Ore., will host a fall women's retreat – "Envisioning Our Future: For Ourselves and Each Other" – in Carvlin Hall. $20 per person includes light supper.

November 12, 2014

The Catholic Information Center in Grand Rapids, Mich., will present "Themes of Richard Rohr." Father Joachim Lally, CSP, will lead this three-part monthly series. Richard Rohr, OFM, is an internationally-known inspirational speaker and has published numerous recorded talks and books. His teaching is grounded in practices of contemplation. A $10 donation per session is requested.

November 14-16, 2014

The University Cathoic Center at the University of California at Los Angeles is hosting a fall student retreat near Lake Arrowhead. Give yourself some much needed time to relax with God and good friends!