We are a group of young adults striving to live our Catholic Christian faith in fellowship with other “young adults” who find themselves in that post "post-secondary education", but "not quite older adults" phase of life! This page also allows opportunity for discussion, support, networking, etc. Although formal events are organized semi-frequently, members are most welcome host or suggest activities or events that they feel the Lord is calling them to, which may encourage fellowship and a greater call to holiness.
Linda Martin shared a link to the group: Catholic Not-So-Young Adults - Charlottetown, PE.on May 22, 2017 3:13 pm
Among the many reasons I love going to my TOB courses/retreats is meeting incredible people from all over the world who quickly become family and friends. We are blessed to have the technology to stay connected despite the physical distance that separates us. Thank you to Father Khoi Le (who I met before his ordination...possibly before he was a deacon; it seems like so long ago, I can't remember) for sharing his insights and homily.
So I remember the first time I felt like I fell in love with someone. *Gasp! What?! A priest can fall in love? Well yes, I’m human. But this was before I was a priest. And I must say it was probably puppy love, since I was too young to know what true love is. But the experience was there no
Linda Martin shared a link to the group: Catholic Not-So-Young Adults - Charlottetown, PE.on May 20, 2017 6:51 am
"It’s not that every seminarian fits perfectly into one category without any nuance or variance, but it is to say that there are different kinds of men in seminary formation, and that’s a good thing, because there is not one mold for the priesthood."
If you've ever heard of the many different personality tests, you've probably found yourself in one category or another. Today, Fr. Damian Ference shares with us four personalities that he often finds in seminarians, which ultimately unveils the way God can call upon numerous types of men to serve H...
From Sister Gemma ... Easter Retreat May 20
The Martha Spirituality Centre at SDU Place on Great George Street in Charlottetown is hosting a day of retreat and reflection led by Bishop Richard Grecco on Saturday, May 20 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. His theme is Faith, Belief and Emotion-an Easter Gift: the Signs and Symbols that convey meaning to Christians that enrich people’s lives and their humanity.
The retreat is open to all men and women who desire to take some time apart from the busyness of daily life on this long May weekend to reflect on Living the Easter Gift! Fee is $30 per person and $50 per couple. Participants are asked to bring a brown bag lunch and beverages will be provided. Participants may register by calling 902-367-3103 or messaging email@example.com on or before May 18 or as long as spaces last.
Hello everyone :) Just letting you know in advance that our tentative date (pending Fr. Charlie's availability) for our next Mass and a Meal is June 22nd; mark it in your calendars. Event page to come later. Have a beautiful day! God bless.