Come and enjoy the food, music, and company of your St. Damien family!
St. Damien (1840-1889) was known for his work with lepers on the island of Molokai, located in Hawaii.
The parish community is cordially invited to attend the first annual celebration honoring our patron saint on Wednesday, May 10th. The feast will begin with a bi-lingual Mass at 6:00 PM at St. Frances Cabrini (2nd St.), followed by a barbecue dinner in Culliney Hall. Parishioners are invited to bring their favorite “simple” desserts!
(Reservations are required for this event. Please contact Joanne Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve by May 1st.)
8:30 AM: Mass (St. Augustine, 13th St.)
9:15 AM: St. Damien Presentation
(St. Augustine, 13th St.)
10:30 AM: Adoration (St. Augustine, 13th St.)
6:00 PM: Mass (St. Frances Cabrini, 2nd St.)
7:00 PM: Barbecue (Culliney Hall, 2nd St.)