We are a group of Seattle area young adults in our twenties and thirties
who come together to share our Catholic faith. Each month we gather for
a spirituality event, a service event, and a social event. We are always
happy to meet new people. Please consider joining us for an upcoming
Sundays in Lent: "Mercy in the City" Book Club
Rectory Parlors at 6:30pm (following the 5:30pm Mass)
We're excited to announce that the young adult group at St. James will have a Lenten book club!
Young adult groups from throughout the Archdiocese will be reading "Mercy in the City," the true story
of a young adult who attempts to perform all of the corporal works of mercy in New York City without
losing her job! It is written by Kerry Weber, an editor for the Jesuit magazine "America." Register by
Click here for more information.
Friday, March 4: First Friday Taize, Supper, and Rice Bowl Feast
St. James Cathedral at 6:30pm
We'll have a special Lenten edition of our usual first Friday Taize and supper! For many, Lent is synonymous with
Catholic Relief Services' Operation Rice Bowl. We'll be eating one of the 2016 Rice Bowl recipes, and Kelly Hickman, who
works at the Archdiocese's Missions Office, will be telling us about her recent Catholic Relief Services
trip to Laos! She'll be able to tell tales of all the good work that CRS is doing around the world, and we'll be
in solidarity with a simple Friday supper.
Tuesdays: Anti-Pornography Support Group
8:00pm at Cathedral Place (803 Terry Ave)
Has pornography had a negative impact in your life? Has porn ever come between you
and your friends, loved ones, or God? You are not alone. The young men of St. James
will be holding a free and anonymous support group to confront and overcome
habits of porn use and addiction. Our first meeting will be Tuesday, January 5th
from 8-10 pm in Cathedral Place (803 Terry Ave). For questions, email
Thursday, March 24: Holy Thursday Pilgrimage
St. James Cathedral, following the 6pm Mass (around 8pm)
Join Archbishop Sartain and hundreds of young adults from throughout the Archdiocese on a life-giving pilgrimage! We'll
depart from St. James after the 6pm Mass, and our route will include St. Mary's, Immaculate Conception, the Chapel of
St. Ignatius, and a final stop at St. James. There will time for prayer and reflection at each stop as we commemorate
this important day in our faith.
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