Please join us the first Saturday in Lent February 29, 2020, for time set aside just for women! Rosary, Mass breakfast and an incredible joy-filled speaker Mary Hallan FioRito will be a great way to begin your Lenten spiritual journey.
Debbie Staresinic, Cincinnati author of Theology of the Body Rosary Meditations and On a Mission to Love will lead the rosary before Mass.
Much loved Archdiocese of Cincinnati priest Father Earl Fernandes, pastor of St. Ignatius Parish will celebrate Mass.
A catered breakfast in St. Peter in Chains under-croft while Mary Hallan FioRito shares a joy-filled memorable reflection on Caryll Houselander, British mystic, healer and author of The Reed of God.
Mary Hallan FioRito is an attorney and writer and currently serves as the Cardinal Francis George Fellow at both the Ethics and Public Policy Center in Washington, D.C. and the deNicola Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame. Her areas of expertise include abortion law and policy, women and the Catholic Church, perinatal hospice, and the work of English mystic Caryll Houselander.
A dynamic and humorous speaker, Mary's talks enliven the faith of her audiences and help them to grow in their knowledge and love for the Catholic Church.
Mary is an honors graduate of Loyola University of Chicago, where she majored in English literature. She holds a Juris Doctor degree from Loyola University School of Law. She is the contributor to two books, and her commentaries have been published in The Wall Street Journal, the Chicago Tribune, the Federalist, America Magazine, Our Sunday Visitor, Crux, and many other Catholic publications. She is a regular guest on Relevant Radio and hosts her own radio show, Winds of Change, on Chicago's WNDZ each Monday afternoon.
Mary has three daughters and lives in the Chicago area with her exceptionally patient husband.