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
Lent 2015: Small Groups, Theology on Tap, and Holy Thursday Pilgrimage
Lenten Sunday Evening Reflections: "The Burdens We Carry"
7pm in the Rectory Parlors
Begins February 22
Live out Lent in a faith community! We will discuss the forthcoming week’s Gospel and
read reflections written by young adults throughout the Archdiocese. There is no
commitment to come to all the sessions; please bless us with your presence whenever
you can make it!
Small group sessions around the Archdiocese provide material for the annual Holy
Thursday Pilgrimage- save the date for April 2!
Theology on Tap
7pm at Kells Irish Pub
1916 Post Alley, half a block east of Pike Place
Pre-Event Mass at Christ Our Hope (1902 2nd Ave) at 6:30pm
Join us for a special Lenten edition of Theology on Tap! Over the course of three nights,
we will discuss the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Three fantastic speakers
will facilitate the discussion!
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25
Bishop Elizondo: The Life of Christ
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4
Dr. Victoria Ries: The Passion and Death of Christ
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11
Fr. James Eblen: The Resurrection of Christ
Helping Hands Needed for Solanus Casey Center Pancake Breakfast on March 15
St. James will host a pancake breakfast on March 15 to benefit the Solanus Casey Center, our drop-in center for people
experiencing homelessness. The Solanus Casey Center is a vital part of our outreach ministry at the Cathedral, and it
provides hospitality, referrals, and assistance for obtaining IDs. The theme of the breakfast will be, of course, St.
Patrick's Day! We will need many volunteers to organize this event, especially on the day-of. Send an email to
with any questions.
Save the Date: Holy Thursday Pilgrimage on April 2
"Burdens Washed Away"
Join Archbishop Sartain and hundreds of young adults throughout the Archdiocese for this
beautiful evening of reflection. Mass is at 6pm at St. James Cathedral, and the pilgrimage
will start from the western steps around 7:30pm. We will walk on foot to St. Mary's, Immaculate
Conception, and the Chapel of St. Ignatius before returning to the Cathedral. Vans will be
available for people with difficulty walking. Materials will be drawn from Lenten Sunday Evening
Reflections throughout the Archdiocese.
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