The purpose of the Men's Club is to be a social, service, and faith formation group for all men in the parish and school, and to build parish community through ongoing fellowship, service, and outreach. The Men’s Club meets occasionally and sponsors service projects and social events to help members remain well-connected as a parish family.
If interested in joining Men's Club, contact Tim Welch, Men's Club ministry leader.
Email to join the list: firstname.lastname@example.org
This group welcomes parishioners and other men throughout the Archdiocese. It provides a place to reflect on Scripture and the call of Jesus to each man individually as they engage in life’s challenges. We gather at 7:15 am for coffee, with a program beginning at 7:30 am on the second Saturday of each month, from September to June at the Loyola Jesuit Center.
A volunteer member prepares and explores a particular topic, ending with reflection questions that the group carries into silent prayer for 20-30 minutes. We gather again to share our personal reflections, then move next door to the chapel for Mass led by our chaplain. A $20 free-will donation is requested of those able to contribute, to cover the cost of the room, coffee and donuts. There is also an annual retreat.
If interested in joining, contact the Men’s Spirituality minister, Gregory MacCrone, at email@example.com.
Our group’s mission is to provide a place for moms of all walks of life (new moms, seasoned moms, grandmas, single moms, adoptive/foster moms) to share the joys and struggles of parenthood in a context of faith. Our group is characterized by friendship, laughter, support, and a desire to grow in our relationship with Christ and one another. We actively seek ways to cultivate faith in our families, and we promote opportunities to make our parish and community more welcoming and supportive of family life.
We meet on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month from 9:15-10:15 a.m. either via Zoom or in the parish office dining room (located in the parish office building just north of the church). This time, conveniently between our two-morning masses, was chosen because our group has many moms who work outside the home during the week.