A Personal Invitation to Conversations

This Lent, Archbishop Wuerl extended an invitation to those who have been away from church to come back and to attend Mass. (For more information, visit www.Maybe-it’s-God.org.)


Did you invite someone to Mass this Lent? Were you respectfully, or not so respectfully, declined? For some people, there may be a vast difference between not going to Mass and going to Mass. Perhaps, some are more comfortable easing into the Faith.


For example, why not bring a friend to Conversations beginning next Wednesday? It’s being held at Busboys and Poets, which boasts an excellent restaurant and chic lounge. The format for the evening is pure Q&A, and there will be two panelists who will discuss whatever questions the audience has. It will be a casual atmosphere yet will provide an in-depth look at some of the most controversial teachings of the Catholic faith. It may be the first step on someone’s journey back to the Church!


Join the conversation. Bring your perspective and bring an open mind.
Busboys and Poets – 14th and V Streets NW
Doors open at 6:30pm. Q&A begins at 7:00pm
Wednesday April 15th – Science and Faith
Wednesday April 29th – Sex and Birth Control
Wednesday May 6th – Same-Sex Attraction

Sponsored by the Office of Young Adult Ministry of the Archdiocese of Washington


For complete information on Conversations, visit our News and Events page.

One Reply to “A Personal Invitation to Conversations”

  1. I go here a lot. Get ready. This group is for the social justice crowd. Heavy hitters. I hope the speaker is ready.

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