This is the time of year we ask for financial support in the way of direct giving to our Annual Fund.
This year we are trying something new – format known as crowdfunding.
The platform we are using for this is an online campaign through a company called Indiegogo. Money raised is primarily for scholarships, as well as funding professional development for teachers and special programming for children and their families.
Our building is getting older and ongoing upkeep is necessary.
The Annual Appeal will make sure we have the funding to make that happen.
Take a look at this video to get a glimpse of what we do and what makes Peopleplace special.
.” This dialogue will discuss both the purpose of a liberal education and the importance of a free speech, independent thought, and civil discourse for such an education. But as a “future history” that involves the explicit and deliberate suppression of organized religion, it’s a good brain tease, and a trigger for discussing the effects of the Cultural Revolution’s generation on the course of the country, etc. Peter is equivalent to a diocese, established by Pope Benedict XVI in 2012 for people nurtured in the Anglican tradition who wish to become Catholic.
Through differing arguments and their example, George and West will demonstrate how people who disagree on important matters can nevertheless share in and advance the pursuit of truth when they respectfully and honestly enter into dialogue with one another. Parishes and communities in the Ordinariates are fully Roman Catholic, but retain elements of Anglican traditions in their liturgy, hospitality and ministries.
Please join us for what will be a very stimulating and timely conversation with two of our nation’s leading intellectuals. Based in Houston, Texas, this Ordinariate has more than 40 Roman Catholic parishes and communities across the United States and Canada.
Wells novel, a very mediocre book that was turned into an only slightly-less mediocre 1936 movie with Raymond Massey.
St John the Baptist Catholic Church in Bridgeport is the Ordinariate parish in the Philadelphia region.
All Catholics are welcome to share in the Ordinariate’s spiritual life.