OCTOBER 2 – 24 : BABY BOTTLE PROJECT TO BENEFIT THE WOMEN’S CENTER OF GREATER CHICAGOLAND
FRIDAY OCTOBER 22 : OUR INAUGURAL MOVIE NIGHT – 5:30 PM IN THE SCHOOL AUDITORIUM !
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The Respect Life Committee at St. Elizabeth of the Trinity has been formed!
Its purpose is about protecting, and enhancing human life at all stages and is the passion held by so many of our parishioners.
This committee is dedicated to strengthening Catholic family life through prayer, service, community and education. Our goals include :
- To proclaim and teach the Good News
- To recognize and value the dignity of all men, women and children in the Church and society
- To offer deepening and meaningful faith-centered conversation
- To uphold the sanctity of marriage and family
Victoria Hastings, who joined St. Elizabeth from St. Cornelius, will be heading the Respect Life Committee.
Please contact her at at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to volunteer, join or learn more.
Baby Bottle Drive
In honor of Respect Life Month (October), St. Elizabeth of the Trinity and the Respect Life Committee are supporting the Baby Bottle Drive again this year.
The drive is sponsored by The Women’s Center of Chicago and runs from October 3 through October 24.
Please take a Baby Bottle home from Church and fill it with your spare change. Then return the bottle the weekend of October 24. Please remember to return any bottles you take as they are recycled.
If you would like to make a donation, make your check payable to The Women’s Center. You can also visit their website at GoTWC.org or call 773-794-1313 to donate.
We appreciate any support you can offer !
We are having a Movie Night !
Date : Friday October 22, 2021
Time : 6:00 p.m. (Doors Open 5:30 p.m.)
Place : School Auditorium
PRAY : The Story of Patrick Peyton is an inspiring documentary about Father Peyton’s mission to bring families closer together through the power of prayer.
Let us gather as a parish to discover how family prayer can be a source of peace in our home. Hear families share stories of how praying together has opened their hearts to the presence of God and the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Meet Father Patrick Peyton, the remarkable priest who championed the phrase, “The Family That Prays Together Stays Together” and spent his life calling families to unite in prayer.
You can watch the movie trailer on YouTube: https://youtu.be/8UehA0J5U34
Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and seating will begin at 6:00 p.m. Hospitality will be provided.
The movie will be showcased in English with Spanish subtitles.
If you are interested in volunteering your time on the day of the event, please contact Victoria Hastings at email@example.com.
Please join us !
We appreciate all who were able to participate!