UPCOMING EVENTS

Our parish has many upcoming gatherings, services and events for our members. Please refer to the calendar on the Home page to find out about upcoming services, meetings, and other church related information. This page will provide more information on events. Please also refer to our weekly bulletin for the latest news and events.
Please contact us to get more information about any of these upcoming events or if you wish to add an item to our schedule.
 
 

WEDNESDAY NIGHT BINGO

Join us Wednesday nights for BINGO in Corrigan Hall for some great camaraderie, fun, and chances to WIN, WIN, WIN! Doors open at 6:00 PM, paper sales begin at 6:30 PM, and games start at 7:15 PM. Munchies from the kitchen are available from 6:30 to 9 pm. Admission starts at only $10!!
 
Can you help out at BINGO? We could always use new friendly faces to help either on the BINGO floor or in the kitchen. To volunteer to help, click below:

GIVEN RETREAT AT ST. JOHN SEVERNA PARK

February 9, 2019 from 9:30 AM to 2:30 PM   Just in time for Valentine’s Day! Join other couples (married, dating, and engaged) from around the Archdiocese of Baltimore for GIVEN. Given is a day to connect with your spouse and other couples, praise the Lord, be inspired, and come away feeling refreshed. Guest Speaker: Mark Hart (https://stpaulcenter.com/mark-hart/). Archbishop Lori will be joining us for lunch and a blessing. Sign up at www.archbalt.org/marriage.

INTER-PARISH LECTURE & DISCUSSION

Join your fellow area Catholics in this adult spiritual enrichment lecture and discussion series presented by Imam Mohamad Bashar Arafat (President of the Civilizations Exchange & Cooperation Foundation) & Reverend William A. Au (Pastor of the Shrine of the Sacred Heart, Baltimore). The last session is:
 
February 21, 2019, 7 – 8:30 pm “The Saint and the Sultan: The Spiritual Challenge: To Be Healers of the World” Our Lady of the Fields, Millersville, MD
 
“The Saint and the Sultan” refers to the historic initiative that took place in 1219 by Saint Francis of Assisi in Italy, who traveled in the midst of the Fifth Crusade, to meet with the Sultan of Egypt, Malik al-Kamil, a nephew of the great Muslim warrior Saladin. The ability of Islam and Christianity to contribute to the healing and peace of the world lies not in their ability to manipulate political, economic or diplomatic power, but in their ability to lead people into the experience of a transforming vision that allowed a Muslim ruler and a Christian saint to envision their world and the relationships of their peoples in a radically new way.

WORLD DAY OF THE SICK

Mass with Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick
 
Please join us on the World Day of the Sick for the Anointing of the Sick on Sunday, February 10th at the 11:15 a.m. Mass.  The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick is appropriate for baptized Catholics who are suffering serious physical or mental illness, have an upcoming surgery, or for the elderly who are weakened, even if not currently ill.  For more information, click below.