Serra Clubs at the Columbus Catholic Men’s Conference, Saturday, February 23, 2019

The two Serra Clubs were well represented at the Catholic Men’s Conference: from left to right, Bob Borton, Tom Murphy, Frank Hartge.
Bob Borton and Tom Murphy of the downtown Serra Club chat with George Harvey of St. Matthew the Apostle Parish.

Frank Hartge, Treasurer of the Serra Club of North Columbus, was interviewed during the conference on St. Gabriel Radio. 

A Day of Reflection for Serrans, May 7, 2018

The Serra Club of North Columbus held their annual Day of Reflection on Monday, May 7, at the Jessing Center at the Pontifical College Josephinum. Over 30 Serrans and guests heard Fr. Jonathan Wilson, Pastor of Newark Blessed Sacrament Parish, offer two talks on “Living the Life of Christ in Our Daily Lives.” During the event, the group visited the recently restored St. Turibius  Chapel for prayer, confession, and Holy Mass.

Just prior to the conclusion of the Mass, Serra North Chaplain Fr. Jeff Rimelspach offered a blessing for officers continuing or assuming new roles in the club.

Serrans listen to Fr. Wilson’s homily, expanding on the theme of his presentations.

Holy Mass was celebrated by Fr. Jeff Rimelspach, with Fr. Wilson con-celebrating.

President Rosemary Finneran discusses the day’s itinerary

Fr. Wilson answers questions at the end of the day.

Serra of North Columbus

The Serra Club of North Columbus invites you to join us at our annual Day of Reflection on Monday, May 7 at the Jessing Center on the Josephinum Campus.   The day begins at   9:00 AM   with coffee and light breakfast and will include mass in the chapel, time for confession,  lunch and 2 conferences. Father Jonathan Wilson, Pastor of Blessed Sacrament Parish, will speak and lead the day.  Reservations are required by May 3 at: 614-638-6787.  Cost is $25.

Young Ladies Respond to Sister’s Vocation Discernment Talk

Each year, the Serra Club of North Columbus holds Vocations Awareness Luncheons for eighth grade and high school students of the Diocese of Columbus. This year’s Girls Luncheon, on November 7 at St. Andrew Parish, featured Dominican Sr. John Paul, the principal of St. Michael School. Nearly 200 young ladies from area grade schools and high schools enjoyed lunch and her inspiring, yet practical presentation.

Club President Rosemary Finneran welcomes the young ladies.
Nearly 200 girls listen intently to Sr. John Paul’s talk.
Sr. John Paul, OP, principal of St. Michael School.
As one might expect, a solid turnout of St. Michael’s students!
A happy contingent from Bp Watterson High School!