Sunday, September 9, 10 AM - 2 PM
St. Ignatius Community Joins 75,000 Meal Challenge
St. Ignatius is participating in Catholic Relief Services’ 2018 75,000 Meal Challenge, hosted by the Orioles, and we need you to join our Fundraising Effort! Our goal is to raise $1,500, which would be used by CRS to send 75,000 meals to vulnerable people in Burkina Faso, West Africa. It will also support long-term projects that empower individuals to be self-sufficient. You can support our efforts by donating directly on our page or by joining our team of fund raisers at the link –
If you join our team, you may also be eligible to participate in the meal packaging event at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on Sunday, September 9, from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM, which will feature appearances by The Oriole Bird and Orioles Alumni! There is also a mass scheduled from 9:00 AM -10:00 AM at the park. But you must hurry and register, because only the first 400 people can participate in this fun opportunity to make a difference! Every day, thousands of people are afflicted by hunger forcing many to risk dangerous journeys hoping to survive in foreign lands. This is an easy opportunity to contribute towards the creation of a hunger-free world.
For more information contact : firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday, July 22, Following the 10:30 AM Mass
Bridge Prison Ministry Presentation
St. Ignatius and the Justice & Peace Committee welcome Rev. Scott Adams of Campus Ministry at Loyola University Maryland to introduce a new Prison Ministry Bridge Project in the Chapel of Grace on Sunday, July 22, 2018 immediately following the 10:30 AM Mass.
Prison Ministry Bridge Project Overview
The Prison Ministry Bridge Project is a faith-based initiative designed to provide support to justice concerned women, men and youth by engaging them in thought provoking and inspiring spiritual gatherings at Baltimore/Maryland Correctional Institutions. Groups will be unisex and members and friends from St. Ignatius are welcome to participate.
Each spiritual gathering will run approximately 8 weeks, and would follow a framework similar to the following model:
- Two weeks of working with Loyola University Maryland and faith-based community members to prepare for entry into the prison ministry
- Four weeks working inside the prison
- Two weeks for debrief
The spiritual gatherings will be faith-based and include topics around meditation, prayer, sacred text studies, peace and justice. It will also offer practical
instruction around the topics of personal and community care, financial stewardship, effective communication, active listening and many more.
For more information, email Candra Healy at email@example.com