OLPH Centennial Part 1

OLPH Centennial

Upcoming Events

 
Click here to register now! Men hold many distinct roles and responsibilities: son, brother, friend, and many are husbands and fathers. Each of these relationships demand much from us and often we don’t allow enough time to focus on our own needs or our relationship with...Read more
9:30 AM to 11:15 AM
Giving Voice To the Spirit Through Poetry by Jerrol Leitner Sat., Nov. 16, 9:30-11:15 a.m. in McDonnell Hall As Catholic Christians, we view the world as sacramental. All creation has the potential to reveal the Divine. For those poets who were raised in a different...Read more
Nov 13
Repeats every week every Wednesday until Wed Dec 25 2019. 7:30 AM to 8:30 AM

Gentle Yoga Class: For your Body, Mind & Spirit 

Join us on the mat Wednesday mornings, 7:30-8:30 am, Flavin Room in the lower level of the Rectory.

For your Body, Mind and Spirit  Remember our friends in Haiti Basic Hatha Yoga for students of all levels  A special welcome to beginners! 

Instructors...

Nov 15
Repeats every week every Friday until Fri Dec 27 2019 except Fri Jun 14 2019, Fri Jun 21 2019, Fri Jun 21 2019, Fri Jul 05 2019, Fri Jul 12 2019, Fri Jul 26 2019, Fri Aug 02 2019, Fri Aug 09 2019, Fri Aug 16 2019, Fri Aug 23 2019, Fri Oct 18 2019, Fri Nov 08 2019. 9:15 AM to 10:30 AM

SoulCore - a Movement to Nourish Body, Mind & Soul

Join SoulCore Leader, Michelle McGowan, to...

Nov 16
 

Click here to register now!

Men hold many distinct roles and responsibilities: son, brother, friend, and many are husbands and fathers. Each of these relationships demand much from us and often we don’t allow enough time to focus on our own needs or our relationship with God. Maybe you feel there is something missing? Something you cannot express? Maybe you just want to do a...

Nov 16
9:30 AM to 11:15 AM

Giving Voice To the Spirit Through Poetry  by Jerrol Leitner  Sat., Nov. 16, 9:30-11:15 a.m. in McDonnell Hall

As Catholic Christians, we view the world as sacramental.  All creation has the potential to reveal the Divine. For those poets who were raised in a different tradition, Protestant or non-Christian they might not use the word sacramental and yet they respond...