Join Syntero in partnership with the Dublin Community Recreation Center as they help family members and older adults understand the resources available to them and how to access them. There will also be a special presentation on the launch of the Dublin, Aging in Place initiative. You won’t want to miss it!
When: Wednesday, October 17th, 2018
6:30 PM Registration & Refreshments
7:00 – 8:30 PM Expert panel, Q&A
Where: Dublin Community Recreations Center
The program is free of charge but we do ask that you register. Please call 614.410.4579 by October 15th.
For additional details please call Stephanie Jursek, Dublin Older Adults Program Specialist, at 614.301.5645.
Please feel free to share this information and forward this announcement to others. We appreciate your help in getting the word out!
Catholics Ready, Eager & Willing
CREW (which stands for Catholics Ready, Eager and Willing) is a new parish group! Throughout the year, there are many times that we could use your hands to help make a difference here at St. Brigid of Kildare.
This is not a committee with members and monthly meetings. This is not a year-round commitment. CREW is just a list of parishioners who are ready, eager and willing to help around our campus and during special events.
Sign-up today to receive all the CREW requests via email, but only commit to those that appeal to you and fit in your schedule! You’ll meet new people, feel connected to our parish family and be the first to know that we aren’t too shy to ask for help!
Do you enjoy hosting guests? We could use you!
Would you be a pro at directing traffic? We need you!
Do you like to put furniture together? We’d love your help!
Do you have 30 minutes to spare? Maybe an hour? Maybe three? A sporadic schedule? No problem!
Sign up today at stbrigidofkildare.org/CREW
Join Rachel Lustig, president of Catholic Social Services, at St. Brigid on September 17th
Rachel will speak at the Social Action Committee Meeting at 7:00 pm on September 17, 2018 in Hendricks Hall. Rachel will discuss Best Practices in Parish Social Concerns Efforts and discuss ways that parishioners can become involved in St. Brigid and Diocesan social concerns programs.
All parishioners encouraged to attend.
Please welcome Father Louis V. Iasiello, who will be celebrating weekend Masses with us throughout this year.
Father Louis V. Iasiello, OFM, PhD (RADM, CHC, USN, Ret) is Director of Pastoral and Apostolic Formation and professor in the School of Theology at the Pontifical College Josephinum where he has served since 2010. Retired from the US Navy, Father Iasiello had a successful career in military chaplaincy that spanned more than 20 years, culminating in his appointment in 2003 as Chief of Navy Chaplains. His military decorations include numerous personal medals, the USMC combat action ribbon and various unit and service citations and awards.
Father Iasiello retired from the military in 2006 and served as President of Washington Theological Union until 2008, when he was appointed to chair a federal task force by the Secretary of Defense.
A native of Staten Island, NY, Father Iasiello holds a PhD from Salve Regina University, as well as graduate degrees from Niagara University (Education), the Washington Theological Union (Divinity), Salve Regina College (International Relations), and the Naval War College (National Security and Strategic Studies).
Father Iasiello has taught and lectured at the United States Naval Academy, and at various war colleges here and overseas on ethics and the just war theory. At the Josephinum, he teaches courses in history, moral theology and pastoral theology. In addition, as Director of Pastoral and Apostolic Ministry he works with the transitional deacons and seminarians as they undertake various ministerial roles in the Columbus and surrounding dioceses.