Updates will now happen weekly on Sunday evening unless I find out about new events during the week.
We are also looking for someone who might be interested in taking over the website. After running it for more than 15 years, I am no longer a young adult and its beyond time I pass this on to someone more connected to young adult happenings than myself. Please pray about it and email me if interested.

Dundalk Prayer Group The Sacred Heart of Mary Young Adult Group hosts a weekly meeting on Monday at 7 pm in the rectory (6736 Youngstown Ave) They have socialization time, prayer and worship and then break up into small groups to go over the Sunday readings.
Annapolis Catholic Lobby Night The Maryland Catholic Conference (an organization of the Archdioceses of Baltimore and Washington and Diocese of Wilmington) will host their annual Catholic Lobby Night on Tuesday, February 9th (changed from usual President's Day). Please come to support the Church and lobby your state delegates and senator to follow Church teaching as they administer the law. The free event goes from 3:30-8:30 and includes a free dinner reception with legislators. But you must register in advance on the Maryland Catholic Conference website.
Mount Vernon An Hour with the Lord The Baltimore Basilica Young Professionals Groups at the Basilica of the Assumption (409 Cathedral St) hosts a program of Scripture Study and Adoration on the 2nd & 4th Tuesdays at 7 pm They will meet in the Undercroft and Chapel of the Basilica to discuss the upcoming Sunday reading and this will be followed by a time for adoration.
Mount Vernon Book Study The St. Ignatius (740 N. Calvert St.) Young Adult Group hosts a book study on the second and last Tuesdays of the month at 8 pm in Ignatian Hall
Canton Basketball The St. Casmir (2736 O'Donnell St) Canton Young Adults gather each Tuesday at 8:00 pm and choose sides to play a game of pick-up basketball. The games are held on the second floor of the Kolbe Center/Parish Hall. No need to RSVP, simply show up and play!
Ash Wednesday
Please remember that Ash Wednesday is a day of fast and abstinence, meaning just one meal or two small meals that do not equal a whole meal and no meat.
Clarksville Moms Group St. Louis Clarksville hosts Playgroup each Wednesday from 9:30 am to 11:00 am in the parish center.
Crofton Moms Group St. Elizabeth Ann Seton (1800 Seton Drive) in Crofton sponsors "Mom's Morning Out" on Wednesdays from 10-11 am in the Ark & Dove rooms of the parish center. Moms get the enjoy each other's company while their children (infants to three years of age) are cared for by Stand trained volunteers in the next room.
Ellicott City Prayer Group ChristLife is hosting a weekly Prayer Meeting for Young Adults on Wednesdays from 7:00-9:00 pm at the Franciscan Monastery in Ellicott City (12280 Folly Quarter Rd). The meetings will include praise & worship, formation, small group discussion and fellowship. For more information contact Pete at christlife.org.


Federal Hill Moms Group The Catholic Community of South Baltimore hosts a weekly Toddler Play Group on Thursdays at 9:30 am and ending by 11:00 am at Holy Cross Hall (108 E. West St) in the Federal Hill area of Baltimore.

Please remember that Fridays in Lent are a day of abstinence, meaning no meat.

Downtown Baltimore Feeding the Homeless St. Vincent de Paul Church (120 N. Front St) hosts a soup kitchen each Friday evening at 5:00 pm. Volunteers are always needed to help cook, clean and serve, no advance headcount is needed, just come if you are able. They are also always looking for donations of clothes, shoes and blankets.


Washington DC Domestic Church Day The St. John Paul II National Shrine in (3900 Harewood Rd, NE) Washington, DC will be hosting their third Domestic Church Day on Saturday, February 13th from 12:30 - 5:00 pm. It is a special half-day retreat for families and engaged couples. Fr. T.G. Marrow will talk to married and engaged couples on "How to Be Merciful in Marriage", Matt Aujero will talk to teens on "How I found Real Love & Mercy on Valentine's Day" and the children will have Gregorian Chant lessons and other activities. Afterwards there will be time for confession, adoration with praise and worship. At the end there will be hot chocolate and red velvet cupcakes while the children sing their newly learned Gregorian Chants. The cost for the day is just $10 per family/couple. Register on Eventbrite. .


Charles Village Mass The Baltimore Frassati Fellowship at SS. Philip and James (2801 N. Charles St) in Charles Village has a weekly Young Adult Mass each Sunday at 5:00 pm . The Mass is celebrated by one of the Dominican Friars and the music will be a more modern contemporary Christian music.
Federal Hill Mass The Catholic Community of South Baltimore sponsors a young adult Mass every Sunday at 5:00 pm at Holy Cross Parish (108 E West St.) in Federal Hill. Join them after Mass for a social in the church hall.
Canton Mass St. Casmir (2736 O'Donnell St) in Canton sponsors a young adult Mass every Sunday at 5:00 pm. Join them after Mass on first Sundays for coffee and dessert at Vacarro's on Canton Square.
Mount Vernon Mass St. Ignatius in Mount Vernon (740 N. Calvert St.) hosts a weekly 6:00 pm Mass in the Chapel. Although not specifically a young adult Mass it is attended by many young adults attend and they host a social after Mass on the second Sunday of each month.

Special Events

Linthicum Catholic Men's Conference The annual Catholic Men's Conference will take place on Saturday, March 5th at St. Philip Neri (6405 Orchard Rd.) in Linthicum. Archbishop Lori will celebrate the closing Mass. And Fr. Larry Richards will give two talks "It is Mercy I Desire" and "Be a Man who is Holy", Deacon Larry Oney will give a talk on "Embracing Our Visitation of Mercy, and Ravens head coach John Harbaugh will give a motivational talk. The cost for the day is only $40 and includes lunch. Register online at the Catholic Men's Fellowship website.
Annapolis Maryland March for Life The annual Maryland March for Life will take place on Monday, March 7 at Lawyers Mall in Annapolis. The event begins at 5:15 with an option Mass at St. Mary's (or nondenominational service at St. Mary's School) on Duke of Glouchester St. At 6:30 the March will begin from the St. Mary's parking lot up Main St. to Lawyers Mall for a short rally. Afterwards there will be fellowship and free Chick-Fil-A at St. Mary's. This is much smaller than the DC event with easy parking at St. Mary's. .
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