Saturday, September 25: The Well
“Jesus is Knocking, Open the Door!” An in-person conference on September 25.
Sunday, September 26: Roamin' Catholic Car Cruise
The Diocese of Greensburg just announced its first Roamin' Catholic Car Cruise at Christ Our Shepherd Center, Greensburg. The event will begin with an outdoor Mass (weather permitting) celebrated by Bishop Larry J. Kulick at 11:00 a.m., and a car show and food immediately following. The event will benefit the Diocesan Missions Office.
Registration and sponsorship details are forthcoming. Check back soon!
Tuesday, September 28: Gifted to Give: 500 Years of Christianity in the Philippines
Bishop Kulick invites you to join him and the International Priests serving the Diocese of Greensburg to celebrate the 500th Anniversary of Christianity in the Philippines on Tuesday, September 28, 2021 at 2:00 p.m.
Friday, October 8: Prayer and Perfect Pairings
Prayer and Perfect Pairings, a five-course charity dinner to support the Diocese of Greensburg Missions Office, is scheduled for October at Christ Our Shepherd Center, Route 30, Greensburg.
Each course will be prepared from recipes selected by priests of the Diocese.
Msgr. Raymond E. Riffle, Vicar General of the Diocese of Greensburg and Rector of Blessed Sacrament Cathedral, selected Arrabiata sauce because of his love of spicy foods and he feels it’s a pasta that people will enjoy making and enjoy tasting as much as he does.
“This particular pasta is one that I have always enjoyed and if it’s done correctly, it has a nice spicy flavor. I think it augments whatever food you’re serving it with,” Msgr. Riffle said.
Bishop Larry J. Kulick’s homegrown Rings of Fire peppers create just the right amount of heat in this spicy sauce that combines pureed tomatoes, garlic and tomato paste — simple enough for an easy summer Sunday dinner.
“Just enjoy it,” Msgr. Riffle said. “Food is an opportunity to share and provide nourishment, and that nourishment comes in many ways, not only physical nourishment through the food, but emotional, and I think sometimes even spiritual.
“Jesus chose the Last Supper to share with his disciples. Always take every opportunity you can to gather people and enjoy each other’s presence as you are either preparing, serving or eating, and sometimes even cleaning up after a meal.”