News from the Parishes
Here are some announcements for the week.
Lenten Small Group Series
Our parish cluster is offering a 6-week Lenten series called “Around the Lenten Circle”. The program includes prayer, sharing, and reflection on the Lenten readings, in a small faith-focused group. Each group is designed to be 60-90 minutes. There are a variety of times and locations available, including on Zoom. We have a St. George School Moms’ Group that meets at 8am on Mondays. We are also hoping to add a Dads’ group! All groups will start the week of February 19. This is a great way to meet others, build community, and intentionally grow in your faith during this reflective season For more information, contact Jennifer at email@example.com Sign up on the way out of Mass or contact your parish office.
Day of Service: Registration is open!
All are invited to our annual Day of Service on Saturday, March 25, 2023. Join with hundreds of volunteers from Our Lady of Guadalupe and all four cluster parishes. We will be serving in groups at a variety of non-profits throughout our region and offering some at-home projects as well. Signups open this weekend! See the project options and register online at https://bit.ly/2023DayofService or contact Jennifer at firstname.lastname@example.org If you would like to volunteer to help organize the day (counts toward school volunteer hours), our next planning meeting is Monday, February 27 at 7pm at St. George.
A Spirituality of Racial Metanoia
All are invited to the Winter Catholic Heritage Lecture at Seattle U entitled “A Spirituality of Racial Metanoia”. Guest speaker, Fr. Bryan Massingale from Fordham University. Inspired by the thought of Pope Francis, the presentation outlines the conversion process needed by both individuals and society for authentic racial justice and reconciliation. Thursday, February 9 in Le Roux Room, Student Center, at 4pm (public reception at 3:15pm). RSVP at https://seattleux.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_dhEVd83ClV7PJDo
Pastoral Associate for Southeast Seattle Parishes (Sts. Edward, George, Paul and Peter)