Please enjoy these texts, from Roger Haight S.J., originally presented in November of 2010.
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2013 Christmas Eve Liturgy
BC School of Theology and Ministry (STM),Â 9 Lake Street Brighton, MA 02135
5 pm, December 24th, 2013
HospitalityÂ isÂ pot luck as we have done in the past, in the lounge on the 2nd floor.
Erick is rejigging our website and needs our help.
At the Annual Meeting we talked about putting the Â Hospitality/Liturgy calendar on a calendar page that Bob/Peggy would have access to so that any changes would go through them & be there for all to check, anytime.
Check the page now to see upcoming events/liturgies.
Iâ€™d also like to suggest a Resources page.
This could list the music we have, also a whatâ€™s where of the resources that scattered when we left Odd Fellows.
We, for instance, have a hanger full of colorful stoles, which could be useful for summer liturgies.
We could post books, spiritual or otherwise, that we would like to pass on.
We could also list our human resources (no emails or phones)â€”2013-14 officers, the better to know who to contact.
FYI I still have the key until I pass it on to Dotti on Sept. 9.
PLEASE ADD YOUR IDEAS/COMMENTS
Hot off the presses … the Promising News 40th Anniversary Edition
Special thanks to the creative & diligent POP editorial staff; Christina Tree, Bill Davis and Hank Teuwin for all their focused attention in pulling together this special edition of the Promising News commemorating the POP communities 40th Anniversary, features special stories and photos from members past and present.Â Thanks in particular to Hank for devoting much time to expanding & polishing this final update to the newsletter!
Click to view: Promising News 40th Anniversary Special Edition!
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Remember the Promising News?
As part of our upcoming 40th Anniversary celebration, we are preparing a special edition ‘Promising News!’ and we want to fill it with stories from every member, past and present.Â Our idea is to create a verbal and visual snapshot of the people who have made up the Community over our short 40 years.
Can you help by contributing a few paragraphs that tell your story?
If you would like to be included, please send us a short entry about who you are and a how POP has been a part of your life.Â If you’ve got one, a photo would be nice (it can be old).
To contribute your story ..
Email your story to email@example.comÂ -or-
Snail-mail your posting to:
Promising News Contributions c/o Davis
15 Whittier St., Cambridge, Ma. 02140
If you canâ€™t make it to the party, contribute anyway, and we will mail you a copy!
Thanks from the community!
As People of the Promise celebrate a 40th anniversary on April 21, 2012 we are well aware that we remain a vibrant community thanks to members past as well as present.
If you are within striking distance of Boston, we hope you can come.Â Randy Sachs, S.J. will be our celebrant at a liturgy and current members will host the Â following potluck.
The Faber Jesuit Community at Boston College
188 Foster St., Brighton 02135 … (click for a map)
Note: Parking is available at the complex and across the street on the former St. John Seminary grounds.
April 21, 2012 @Â 5PMÂ
Click here to RSVP to John Moynihan (Moynihan_john@hotmail.com)