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Young Adults

     YOUNG ADULT GATHERINGS AT ST. PIUS X PARISH CENTER

YOUNG ADULTS (18-39) ARE INVITED FOR PRAYER AND FELLOWSHIP
THE FIRST AND THIRD THURSDAY OF THE MONTH STARTING OCTOBER

In order to have time to gather, talk and pray
as well as having guests that can provide information and guidance on topics
we invite Guest Leaders to arrive at 7:30 pm, so there is room for fellowship to begin with.

November 7:  Joining the Parish Prayer for the Deceased, led by Dcn. Jim Briars starting 6 p.m.,
then move to the parish center for fellowship after.

November 21: Panel of members from Religious Orders: Basilian Fathers, Carmelite Fathers, Sisters of Mercy and Sisters of St. Joseph. 
Speakers will share about religious order life.
Our format: one table for each religious order, small groups move from table to table every 10-15 minutes.
Point Person: Bill Stilson.

December 5: Service Opportunity – Christmas Cards
Creating cards for pediatric hospital units and nursing homes
Point Persons: Ashleigh Crawshaw and Ashley Dorr.

December 19: Christmas Caroling
Group will decide on whether to meet at usual place and go out in St. Pius X neighborhood or elsewhere.
Point Persons: John Lawniczak and Juliana Lawniczak.

Topics this year were:
Rosary
—Background About Rosary
& Ways To Pray the Rosary
Liturgy of the Hours
What is it? How, When & Where do we Pray it?
Field Trip to Sacred Heart Cathedral

Holy Days of Obligation
Why are they? What are they? How do they impact our lives?
Service – creating care bags for Homeless Ministry.
Catholic Social Teachings – what are they? Why do we serve?

Grilling with God
Gather for Evening Prayer, Fellowship & Bonfire. S’mores provided.

Sacrament of Reconciliation
Open discussion with Father Paul Bonacci, Pastor of St. Pius X, about the Sacrament.

Service – Pumpkin Painting
Painting pumpkins and donating them to a local group home as decorations.