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Ethiopia at the Crossroads Museum Visit

Ethiopia at the Crossroads Museum Visit Sunday, March 3rd - 1:00 PM Join us for a tour at 1:00 p.m. of the exhibit Ethiopia at the Crossroads on the final day March 3rd. This exhibit will offer over 220 objects and span over 1,750 years of history. It is the first major exhibit of its […]

Loaves & Fishes – First Weekend

Loaves & Fishes Ministry is dedicated to providing a nourishing weekend meal to the homeless and poor of Baltimore City and creating an opportunity for fellowship for homeless patrons and ministry volunteers, trying to understand and live out the Gospel challenge of Matthew 25. During the cold winter months, the ministry provides an evening meal […]

Environmental Justice Committee Meeting

Zoom MD, United States

Mission The Environmental Justice Committee works to advance, educate, and participate with individuals and groups to improve the condition of the environment for all of the earth’s inhabitants through direct action, education, and advocacy in harmony with the environment. To improve the environmental footprint of our parish, its members, and the community. To conduct direct […]

Event Series Stations of the Cross

Stations of the Cross

St. Ignatius Catholic Community 740 N. Calvert Street, Baltimore, United States

The Stations of the Cross are a 14-step Catholic devotion that commemorates Jesus Christ's last day on Earth as a man. The 14 devotions, or stations, focus on specific events of His last day, beginning with His condemnation. The stations are commonly used as a mini pilgrimage as the individual moves from station to station. […]

Event Series Embracing God’s Gifts

Embracing God’s Gifts

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Parish members are welcome to join our Embracing God’s Gifts ministry on the second Sunday of each month at 11:15 AM on the bottom floor of the Parish Office Building for its regularly scheduled in-person gathering. LGBTQ+ individuals and family members/allies of the LGBTQ+ community are encouraged to participate in this safe space, which includes […]

“Saintly Six” Virtual Pilgrimage

Zoom MD, United States

St. Ignatius Catholic Community, The Antiracism Task Force, the Pastorate of St. Ann, St. Francis Xavier and St.Wenceslaus and the Racial Justice Circle - invite you to celebrate the lives of the “Saintly Six” on a virtual Pilgrimage of prayer and praise. Join us as we pray and sing a Pilgrimage with our 6 Black […]

Loaves & Fishes – Second Weekend

Loaves & Fishes Ministry is dedicated to providing a nourishing weekend meal to the homeless and poor of Baltimore City and creating an opportunity for fellowship for homeless patrons and ministry volunteers, trying to understand and live out the Gospel challenge of Matthew 25. During the cold winter months, the ministry provides an evening meal […]

Event Series Reading and Discussion Group

Reading and Discussion Group

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Mission Statement This group seeks to promote the reading and thoughtful discussion of a varied selection of books and topics to expand our knowledge and stimulate reflection. We hope to increase our vision and see through the eyes of others through thoughtful, well-prepared, civil discussions of selected books. Meetings open with a prayer and reflection […]

Lenten Reconciliation Prayer Service with Confessions

St. Ignatius Catholic Community 740 N. Calvert Street, Baltimore, United States

Held annually as a joint venture between St. Vincent de Paul Church and St. Ignatius Catholic Community, it will this year will be hosted at St. Ignatius. Our Lenten Reconciliation Service will include prayer, reflection, music, and meditation on God’s forgiveness and new beginnings. Individual confessions will be available. A clean heart create for me, […]

Event Series Justice & Peace Meeting

Justice & Peace Ministry Meeting

Parish Offices 740 N. Calvert Street, Baltimore, United States

Mission The Justice & Peace Ministry of Saint Ignatius Catholic Community is dedicated to serving faith and promoting justice. As a parish, we are called and challenged to articulate, advocate, and act upon critical social, economic, cultural, and political issues that affect us, our city, and our world. We are called to be a resource […]