Author Archives: Frank Dirks

First Friday Lunch January 4, 2019 Reminder

Join us for First Friday Lunch in January with Colonel Myron C. Harrington, USMC, Retired.   A distinguished leader in our community, Colonel Harrington served our country with distinction earning among other decorations the Navy Cross and Silver Star. Colonel Harrington will share his experiences in Vietnam serving with Father Vincent Capodanno, a Marine Chaplin who was posthumously awarded the […]

First Friday Recap: Tim Sinclair

Tim Sinclair shares the story of his conversion to the Catholic Faith and the powerful gift of God’s grace through Reconciliation and the Eucharist.

First Friday Recap: Randall Goldman

Randall Goldman movingly shares how Christ’s mercy and love have been a saving refuge during a time of personal suffering. As he prepares to come in full communion with the Catholic Church he offered that while others may be turning away, he is racing toward Christ. “I can’t wait to […]

Brown Bag Lunch Discussion with Sister Margaret Recap

Sister Margaret leads a discussion on the role of the laity in Church. She shared a quote from Saint John Paul II: “The laity should be conscious of their own standing in the Church: not as mere recipients of doctrine and the grace of the Sacraments, but as active and […]

First Friday Networking and Fellowship Lunch October 5, 2018

Join Carolina Catholic Professionals for our First Friday Networking and Fellowship Lunch at the Diocese Chancery Meeting Hall on Friday, October 5, 2018 from 11:45am to 1:15pm. This event is open to both members and non-members.  Lunch will be $15 for members and $25 for non-members.   Our speaker will be Tim Sinclair, Director […]

Gentrification in Our Community, A Faith Community Response

OUR LADY OF MERCY-NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE-ST PATRICK’S CHURCH-TRINITY WORLDWIDE OUTREACH MINISTRIES Gentrification in Our Community A Faith Community Response Community Report and Action Plan Working Document Overview In response to changes in our community related the process of gentrification, three faith-based organizations hosted communities meetings open to the public for the […]