For there shall be a day when watchmen will call
in the hill country of Ephraim:
‘Arise, and let us go up to Zion,
to the LORD our God.’
The Holy Bible. (2006). (Revised Standard Version; Second Catholic Edition, Je 31:6). San Francisco: Ignatius Press.
So our group of students begins again and it looks like we will continue to meet on the Internet every Wednesday at 7.45pm. We will continue to explore the social doctrine of the Catholic Church and the book of Genesis.
The link for our meetings can be find in our Domino’s Facebook group or by sending me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ll start again as well our student mass in accordance with the restrictions, i.e: only 8 persons will be allowed, that is why I am going to celebrate to student mass twice on the weekend (Saturday 6 pm and Sunday 6 pm).
Our first student mass of the year will be 23/24 January. In order to participate you need to register by sending me a email: email@example.com
Dear students, as you know the situation with the pandemic has worsened and we are forced to close down our activities and move to a digital advent.
Every wednesday we will continue our exploration of the social doctrine of the Catholic church and meet from 7:30 pm on Zoom.
Every sunday we will meet at 8pm on Zoom and reflect on Advent with saint Paul and his encouragement to the thessalonians:
“Rejoice always, pray constantly, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you” (1 Th 5:16-18).
How can you join me? Easy, you will find in our domino group on Facebook the link to join the meeting and if you don’t have Facebook, don’t worry, send me a email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send you the link.
Can’t wait to live this season of advent with you.
Concerning our student mass (Nov. 8 – Nov. 22 – Dec. 13)
Due to the coronavirus and in order to keep our gatherings possible, I have decided in accord with the brothers and our parish to have the student mass in our parish with the sunday english mass at 6pm.
Being able to respect the distanciation in our chapel was becoming near impossible.
The parish is very kind as well to let us use the cafeteria after mass for our dinner and gathering. So even if we are changing the venue, we are still keeping our gatherings going and that´s the most important thing.
But it means also that because we are celebrating the student mass in our parish, you will have to need to register before mass in order to be able to attend, so write to the parish secretary before friday at email@example.com
And of course, you are always welcome to our gathering after mass. And if we care together, together we will beat this thing!