We are happy to help spread the word about this new and very exciting collaboration between the
Please join us on April 3rd for the annual Mass of Healing for Miscarriage and Infant Loss sponsored by the Elizabeth Ministry.
For those who many not know, our local Elizabeth Ministry provides support to families who have suffered miscarriage and/or infant loss. These losses are a source of deep suffering for many, which is only compounded by the silence and isolation that often surrounds them.
Please know that such losses are much more common that many realize…there is both help available…and… our Lord is the Source of All Hope. He is always available to us, even in life’s darkest moments!
We are excited to help spread the word about the newly-formed Rochester Chapter of the Society of Catholic Scientists! They, in collaboration with the Agathon Institute are hosting what promises to be an intriguing and thought-provoking lecture on April 7…we hope to see you there!
This lecture will be held at the University of Rochester
We are excited to help spread the word about two upcoming events…
- April 6th: Sex Trafficking: A Legal Perspective, Understanding How to Use a Trauma-Informed Approach
- April 13th: Advocacy & Policy: Giving a Voice to the Voiceless
- April 20th: Sex Trafficking Prevention & Education
- April 27th: Sex Trafficking: A Medical Perspective, Understanding How to Use a Trauma-Informed Approach
Dr. Gabrielle Girgis, PhD.
“Religion and Politics: Modern Religious Freedom Conflicts”
Monday, March 14, 7:30pm
Golisano Hall (bldg. 070), room 1400
Rochester Institute of Technology
Dr. Ontiveros, who serves on the FLG Board, would like to share a wonderful opportunity to support local high school and college students in the Wester NY region in their pursuit of a the true Liberal Arts!
Please show your support for the beauty and love that is the fullness of the Catholic teaching by attending this talk by Hudson Byblow.
Where: St Pius X Church, Parish Center, 3010 Chili Ave., 14624
When: Saturday, November 23rd, at 7pm