Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice

Virtual/Zoom

The events of this year emphasize the need to gather as members of a community committed to social justice for continued education and action. From October 19-26, take a stand with us as part of the largest annual Catholic social justice gathering in the United States.

Livestream Mass

Church 740 N. Calvert Street, Baltimore

Reserve Mass Seating: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sunday-mass-october-25-2020-tickets-116984653247 Livestream Link: https://youtu.be/Cc9eEASx2EY

November Book Discussion

Virtual/Zoom

Book: Death Comes for the Archbishop by Willa Cather Facilitated by Neil Kenny Genre:Classic literature / Historical fiction / Religion For information or to request Zoom invitation contact: [email protected]

Justice & Peace Committee Meeting

The Justice & Peace Committee of Saint Ignatius Catholic Community is dedicated to the service of faith and the promotion of 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 […]

Casserole Collection

Sponsored by the Hunger and Poverty Subcommittee, once a month we collect casseroles for Our Daily Bread – Maryland’s largest hot meal program, serving more than a quarter of a million meals to those experiencing hunger in Baltimore City each year. We collect between 9:00 AM and 10:00 AM, in front of St. Ignatius Church. You […]

Women Who Stay

Virtual/Zoom

The Women Who Stay ministry at St. Ignatius Catholic Community explores and advocates for the full participation of all of the faithful in the life of the Church and the inclusion of women in her governance and sacramental ministry. We study Scripture, scholarly commentary, theology and history. We stay abreast of news, advancements and challenges […]

Justice & Peace Committee Meeting

The Justice & Peace Committee of Saint Ignatius Catholic Community is dedicated to the service of faith and the promotion of 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 […]

Women Who Stay

Virtual/Zoom

The Women Who Stay ministry at St. Ignatius Catholic Community explores and advocates for the full participation of all of the faithful in the life of the Church and the inclusion of women in her governance and sacramental ministry. We study Scripture, scholarly commentary, theology and history. We stay abreast of news, advancements and challenges […]

Casserole Collection

Church 740 N. Calvert Street, Baltimore

Sponsored by the Hunger and Poverty Subcommittee, once a month we collect casseroles for Our Daily Bread – Maryland’s largest hot meal program, serving more than a quarter of a million meals to those experiencing hunger in Baltimore City each year. We collect between 9:00 AM and 10:00 AM, in front of St. Ignatius Church. You […]

January 2021 Book Discussion

Virtual/Zoom

Book:At Play in the Lion's Den: A Biography and Memoir of Daniel Berrigan by Jim Forest Facilitated by: Ann Vinup Genre:Biography / Modern church history For information or to request Zoom invitation contact: [email protected]

Justice & Peace Committee Meeting

The Justice & Peace Committee of Saint Ignatius Catholic Community is dedicated to the service of faith and the promotion of 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 […]

Women Who Stay

Virtual/Zoom

The Women Who Stay ministry at St. Ignatius Catholic Community explores and advocates for the full participation of all of the faithful in the life of the Church and the inclusion of women in her governance and sacramental ministry. We study Scripture, scholarly commentary, theology and history. We stay abreast of news, advancements and challenges […]