Are you looking to meet other young adults thirsting for community and faith hungering for spiritual nourishment? Then join us each month for our Faith on Tap Series - an outreach to and collaboration with young adults in the mid twenties, thirties and forties, single and married. Faith on Tap is a genuine and sincere effort to reach out and meet the young adults of this diocese to listen and to respond to what matters to them as young adults in the Church. There will be an opportunity for those in attendance to offer feedback and ideas for future gatherings. Explore how faith in Christ can speak to your circumstances as a young adult in the Church!
>>> Register Here <<< or Contact Marianne Sheridan email@example.com.
"Finding our Identity in Christ"
Wednesday, March 29 @ 7pm
St. Elizabeth Church - Msgr. Kane Hall,
Add this Talk to Your Lenten Journey!
Meg writes for Aleteia (aleteia.org) an online publication and her blog "Held by His Pierced Hands." She travels around the country speaking to youth and adults, leading retreats and parish missions. Learn more about Meg
"The world is always trying to define us by our dress size, our bank account, our job title, our children's success or a thousand other ways to tell us we don't measure up."
But the Lord tells us that we're completely beautiful and that there is no blemish in us.
Join us as we learn to see ourselves through Christ's eyes and start to believe
that we are already enough!
There is no charge for this event; however, if you choose,
a good will offering is greatly appreciated.
For more information please contact Rosemarie Brady 631-681-6336 or
Kim Sparaco 631-374-5883
Join us for a "Survivor's Story"
Thursday, March 30, 2017 @ 6pm
St. Mary Auditorium, E. Islip
Werner Reich, a Holocaust survivor, will be sharing with us a 90 minute presentation on how his faith helped him to survive the inhumanity of the Holocaust. The presentation will be followed by an opportunity for questions and answers.
Werner will be sharing his experience of being in a Nazi death camp at the age of 14 under the watch of the infamous Josef Mengele where unthinkable atrocities were endured - and how his faith kept him alive!
Finding hope in a Auschwitz - learn more about Werner Reich and his survival of faith.
There is no cost for the evening, however, a donation for the Holocaust Museum will be greatly appreciated.
FAITH ON TAP
Wantagh Inn 3264 Railroad Avenue, Wantagh
Wednesday, April 5, 2017 @ 7:30pm
Al Barbarino - Guest Speaker
"Texting God" - How do we call on God?
Al is a lay Franciscan of the St Padre Pio Shelter with the Friars of the renewal for over 20 years. Al has recorded many CDs of spiritual and inspirational music to help support the Friars' ministry for the poor and the international outreach of the Croatian Relief Services. He travels throughout the U.S. and abroad preaching about
God's love, forgiveness and mercy!
Doors open at 7pm - come early get something to eat - meet new friends, re-connect with old friends. For questions, please contact Marianne Sheridan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 516-678-5800, ext. 615