Calendar & Events

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  • 10:00 am-11:15 am
    05/01/2017

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    Collegiate School wants to tour the Cathedral on Monday, May 1, from 10-11:15. It’s 126 students and 12 chaperones. Kate Cunningham is the contact for this tour.

    Contact: Jayne Hushen

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  • 8:00 am-5:00 pm
    05/02/2017

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    Contact: Jayne Hushen

  • 6:00 pm-8:00 pm
    05/02/2017

    To be held in the Parish Hall

    Contact: Maria Thorsen

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  • 7:30 pm-9:30 pm
    05/03/2017

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    David Jonies is Associate Director of Music at Chicago’s Holy Name Cathedral. Mr. Jonies studied organ and church music at the Hochschule fur Musik, Wurzburg, Germany, and was an organ student at the Royal Academy of Music. Prior to becoming organ Scholar at Westminster Cathedral, he held a similar post at the Chapel Royal, Hampton Court Palace. David was Gold Medalist at the International Organ Competition in Landau, Bavaria and has won awards from the Royal College of Organists and was presented with the Alec Robertson Scholarship.

    Contact: Daniel Sanez

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  • 8:00 am-5:00 pm
    05/04/2017

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    Contact: Jayne Hushen

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  • 7:00 pm-11:00 pm
    05/05/2017

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    Come for a night of Adoration, prayer with the community, beautiful music provided by our CCM Music Ministry, and quiet reflection. Volunteers are needed to help pass out candles on the street, pray with participants, and usher. We will begin the evening with Mass at 7pm. All are welcome!!

    Contact: Mary Rebecca Pugsley

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  • 7:00 pm-8:30 pm
    05/08/2017

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    Divorced Catholic. – What Now? by Lisa Duffy and Vince Frese.  A compassionate program for Catholics no matter where you are in your journey.  After a separation or divorce, we can move on the path toward transforming loss into life-giving wisdom with sensitivity and hope.

    We meet in Parish Office dining room the second and fourth Monday of every month.
    Facilitated by Mike Jackman

    Contact: Maria Thorsen
    Contact: Mike Jackman

  • 7:00 pm-8:30 pm
    05/08/2017

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    Divorced Catholic. – What Now? by Lisa Duffy and Vince Frese.  A compassionate program for Catholics no matter where you are in your journey.  After a separation or divorce, we can move on the path toward transforming loss into life-giving wisdom with sensitivity and hope.

    We meet in Parish Office dining room the second and fourth Monday of every month.
    Facilitated by Mike Jackman

    Contact: Maria Thorsen
    Contact: Mike Jackman

  • 7:00 pm-8:30 pm
    05/08/2017

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    Divorced Catholic. – What Now? by Lisa Duffy and Vince Frese.  A compassionate program for Catholics no matter where you are in your journey.  After a separation or divorce, we can move on the path toward transforming loss into life-giving wisdom with sensitivity and hope.

    We meet in Parish Office dining room the second and fourth Monday of every month.
    Facilitated by Mike Jackman

    Contact: Maria Thorsen
    Contact: Mike Jackman

  • 7:00 pm-8:30 pm
    05/08/2017

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    Divorced Catholic. – What Now? by Lisa Duffy and Vince Frese.  A compassionate program for Catholics no matter where you are in your journey.  After a separation or divorce, we can move on the path toward transforming loss into life-giving wisdom with sensitivity and hope.

    We meet in Parish Office dining room the second and fourth Monday of every month.
    Facilitated by Mike Jackman

    Contact: Maria Thorsen
    Contact: Mike Jackman

  • 7:00 pm-8:30 pm
    05/08/2017

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    Divorced Catholic. – What Now? by Lisa Duffy and Vince Frese.  A compassionate program for Catholics no matter where you are in your journey.  After a separation or divorce, we can move on the path toward transforming loss into life-giving wisdom with sensitivity and hope.

    We meet in Parish Office dining room the second and fourth Monday of every month.
    Facilitated by Mike Jackman

    Contact: Maria Thorsen
    Contact: Mike Jackman

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  • 6:00 pm-7:30 pm
    05/09/2017

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    Contact: Jayne Hushen

  • 7:00 pm-8:30 pm
    05/09/2017

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    Mary is revered as the mother of Jesus, and as the most important woman in salvation history. We recite prayers to Mary such as the Hail Mary and Rosary in which we ask Mary to pray for us. We sing hymns that honor Mary and have special feast days related to her life.

    Do we understand the humanness of Mary and her profound journey of faith? In these sessions we will walk with Mary through the stages of her life, starting with the angel Gabriel’s announcement to her in Nazareth that she would become the mother of Jesus.

    All are invited to know and love Mary more and walk in her footsteps imitating her as the first model disciple of Christ.

    Facilitated by Deacon Charles Williams & Julia Struckley

    Cost – $10.00 (this includes the book and study booklet)

    Dates and Times:

    May 10, 17, 23, 30 | 7:00 pm – 8:30pm | Parish Hall

    For more information please contact: Maria Thorsen

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  • 5:30 pm-9:00 pm
    05/11/2017

    Parish Hall

    Parish Hall

    All are welcome to attend this Pastoral Council meeting in Parish Hall.  Dinner will be provided. Some topics we will be discussing are how to attract and keep members, 2017 goals, FY 18 budget and stewardship.  If you are interested in becoming a member of Pastoral Council, please contact Kim Kremer

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  • 10:00 am-2:00 pm
    05/12/2017

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    Saint Mark's Senior Group Tour at 10:30, daily Mass at 12:05 and LUNCH in the Parish Hall at 12:30 Contact is Sandy Barczak

    Contact: Jayne Hushen

  • 5:00 pm-6:00 pm
    05/12/2017

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    Emily Reutinger / Craig Crocé Fr. Renninger

    Contact: Jayne Hushen

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  • 7:00 pm-8:30 pm
    05/15/2017

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

     

    We invite all adult parishioners to read Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption by Bryan Stevenson and join in on these discussion sessions.

    Dates and Times:

    May 15, July 31, September 18, October 23 | 7:00 pm – 8:30pm | Parish Hall

    For more information please contact: Maria Thorsen

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  • 7:00 pm-8:30 pm
    05/16/2017

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    Mary is revered as the mother of Jesus, and as the most important woman in salvation history. We recite prayers to Mary such as the Hail Mary and Rosary in which we ask Mary to pray for us. We sing hymns that honor Mary and have special feast days related to her life.

    Do we understand the humanness of Mary and her profound journey of faith? In these sessions we will walk with Mary through the stages of her life, starting with the angel Gabriel’s announcement to her in Nazareth that she would become the mother of Jesus.

    All are invited to know and love Mary more and walk in her footsteps imitating her as the first model disciple of Christ.

    Facilitated by Deacon Charles Williams & Julia Struckley

    Cost – $10.00 (this includes the book and study booklet)

    Dates and Times:

    May 10, 17, 23, 30 | 7:00 pm – 8:30pm | Parish Hall

    For more information please contact: Maria Thorsen

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  • 7:00 pm-8:30 pm
    05/22/2017

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    Divorced Catholic. – What Now? by Lisa Duffy and Vince Frese.  A compassionate program for Catholics no matter where you are in your journey.  After a separation or divorce, we can move on the path toward transforming loss into life-giving wisdom with sensitivity and hope.

    We meet in Parish Office dining room the second and fourth Monday of every month.
    Facilitated by Mike Jackman

    Contact: Maria Thorsen
    Contact: Mike Jackman

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  • 7:00 pm-8:30 pm
    05/23/2017

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    Mary is revered as the mother of Jesus, and as the most important woman in salvation history. We recite prayers to Mary such as the Hail Mary and Rosary in which we ask Mary to pray for us. We sing hymns that honor Mary and have special feast days related to her life.

    Do we understand the humanness of Mary and her profound journey of faith? In these sessions we will walk with Mary through the stages of her life, starting with the angel Gabriel’s announcement to her in Nazareth that she would become the mother of Jesus.

    All are invited to know and love Mary more and walk in her footsteps imitating her as the first model disciple of Christ.

    Facilitated by Deacon Charles Williams & Julia Struckley

    Cost – $10.00 (this includes the book and study booklet)

    Dates and Times:

    May 10, 17, 23, 30 | 7:00 pm – 8:30pm | Parish Hall

    For more information please contact: Maria Thorsen

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  • 6:30 pm-7:30 pm
    05/24/2017

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    A program to welcome back Catholics who have left the church. Meets in Parish Office dining room Contact: Maria Thorsen, Hillary Pryor, Mackenzie Grubbs

    Contact: Jayne Hushen

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  • 4:00 pm-5:00 pm
    05/26/2017

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    Mary Margaret Mastin & Christopher Field | | Marie

    Contact: Jayne Hushen

  • 7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    05/26/2017

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    ACRONYM is dedicated to giving modern premieres of the wild instrumental music of the seventeenth century. Hailed as “absolutely first rate” by Early Music America Magazine and “first class” by the Philadelphia Inquirer, ACRONYM is dedicated to giving modern premieres of the wild instrumental music of the seventeenth century. Their Richmond program, entitled “Venice to Vienna,” will feature the music of Giovanni Priuli, Giovanni Valentini, Antonio Bertali, Alessandro Poglietti, Samuel Capricornus, Clemens Thieme, Johann Rosenmüller, Adam Drese, and Johann Christoph Pezel.

    Contact: Daniel Sanez

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  • 9:30 am-12:30 pm
    05/27/2017

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    Mary Margaret Mastin & Christopher Field | | Marie

    Contact: Jayne Hushen

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  • 7:00 pm-8:30 pm
    05/30/2017

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    800 South Cathedral Place, Richmond, Virginia 23220, United States

    Mary is revered as the mother of Jesus, and as the most important woman in salvation history. We recite prayers to Mary such as the Hail Mary and Rosary in which we ask Mary to pray for us. We sing hymns that honor Mary and have special feast days related to her life.

    Do we understand the humanness of Mary and her profound journey of faith? In these sessions we will walk with Mary through the stages of her life, starting with the angel Gabriel’s announcement to her in Nazareth that she would become the mother of Jesus.

    All are invited to know and love Mary more and walk in her footsteps imitating her as the first model disciple of Christ.

    Facilitated by Deacon Charles Williams & Julia Struckley

    Cost – $10.00 (this includes the book and study booklet)

    Dates and Times:

    May 10, 17, 23, 30 | 7:00 pm – 8:30pm | Parish Hall

    For more information please contact: Maria Thorsen

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