Hospitality is Central to Catholic LifeWhen Jesus and the Apostles traveled through their ministry, they often ate and drank with a variety of people. Part of our Christian identity is sharing food and drink with one another. The Mass itself, the primary form of celebrating our faith, is in itself a meal wherein we partake of the Body and Blood of Christ, as instituted by Jesus during the Last Supper.
During our Thursday night sessions, participants take turns bringing food and snacks for our break. Not only does this help develop Christian fellowship, but it helps feed those who don't have a chance to eat dinner before coming to the session.
Every week a sign-up sheet is available for participants to pick a night to bring something for us all to enjoy.
Coffee, Tea, and water are provided.