Young Adult Upcoming Events

Science, Common Sense, and the Sacred
July 13-16 & July 20-23
7:00-8:00 p.m.

 Jonathan Lunine, Chair of the Astronomy Department at Cornell and vice-president of the Society of Catholic Scientists will conduct a two-week short course titled “Science, Common Sense, and the Sacred: Understanding the Relationship of Science and Faith.” The course will have eight one-hour online (Zoom) sessions. Each session will be self-contained, with time for questions in each session. You can join for one or all sessions, as time permits. A reservation is needed so that you can receive a Zoom invitation. To make a reservation, email Ann.Marie.Eckert@dor.org by July 10.

Called & Gifted

Interested in discovering where you are gifted?  Be a part of the Called & Gifted Discernment Process.  The process will include a virtual workshop that lays the foundation for the beginning of discernment, an online Catholic Spiritual Gifts Inventory, a gifts interview to help you unpack your inventory, and working with a small group over several weeks to experiment with your gifts. Space is limited! You can learn more at https://siena.org/called-gifted.  To be a part of this process, email Mark.Capellazzi@dor.org.

Parking Lots and Patron(esse)s

Interested in knowing more about the saints? Do you like history? Want to get out of the house? Join us for our Parking Lots & Patron(esse)s Series. We’ll gather in the parking lots of several different parishes over the course of the summer to learn about the parish, its history, and their patron/patroness. We hope to live-stream the gatherings for those not able to join us. For more information, contact Mark.Capellazzi@dor.org.

Young Adult Bible Study

Thursdays at 7:30 PM
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WEEKLY RESOURCES FROM CHRISTLIFE

Overcoming Anxiety, Tuesdays at 7pm (click here)
Virtual Rosary, Wednesdays at 8:30pm (Click here)
Book Study (Screwtape Letters), Saturdays at 4pm (Click here)

Please check the Diocese of Rochester Young Adults Facebook page for additional events!
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