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Catholic Date Night
January 12, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Join us for Date Night the second Friday of every month at 7:00 PM in the Community Center. Our next Date Night event will be Friday, January 12, 2017. If you have been looking for a way to get out for a nice evening and share your faith with that special person in your life then this is the event you have been looking for. RSVP for Date night now!
Our special guest this month will be Fr. Richard Hinkley, who will speak to us on the topic “Liturgy and Life: The Domestic Church.” Fr. Hinkley is currently the parochial vicar at St Helen’s in Pearland. He has a License in Sacred Theology specializing in Sacramental Theology from the Pontifical Institute of Liturgy, Sant’Anselmo, in Rome, and prior to that at the Gregorian, while in seminary at the Pontifical North American College. He did his pre-theology studies at Holy Trinity in Dallas, and holds an undergraduate degree in Classics (Latin and Greek) from the University of Notre Dame. A native of Houston, he was ordained a priest of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston in 2014.
This is an evening to spend with old friends and to make new ones. If you are new to the parish, Date Night is a great venue for connecting with your fellow parishioners.
We will have excellent dinner, drinks fellowship, and an opportunity to learn and discuss the reasons we are Catholic. The cost is $10 per person (pay at the door). Any and all adults are welcome. Dates are not necessary. This is just an opportunity to have a good meal and a good time. Please bring canned goods for our St. Vincent de Paul food pantry.
Free Child Care is Available IF you RSVP by 5pm on Wednesday, January 10. RSVP here for Date Night Child Care.
Is Date Night for couples or for singles?
Both. Date Night is for adults. We just call it Date Night, because it is a chance for people to get out of the house and have a good time.
Is Date Night only for Catholics?
No. We are going to be experiencing the beauty and richness of the Catholic faith, but this is open to anybody who is open to it.
Is Date Night only for St. Theresa Parishioners?
No. Feel free to bring friends from other parishes… provided you RSVP.
Do I need to have a date?
No. Many people come alone.
Why must I RSVP?
Dinner is prepared from scratch by volunteers, and we want to provide the best experience possible. All RSVP’s (Child Care and Adult) will close on Wednesday at 5pm, with no exceptions. This lets us shop for the meal on Thursday morning with an accurate head count of how many guests will attend.