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  • How to submit an event:

    For Coming Events/The Scene — include the event name, sponsor, location, time, date and contact information. Must be submitted in writing at least two weeks prior to the publication date

    Events may be emailed to events@catholicherald.com; mailed to the Catholic Herald, 200 N. Glebe Rd., Suite 600, Arlington, VA 22203; or faxed to 703/524-2782.  

    Publication is not guaranteed and events within the diocese are given preference.

    Check with event contacts in case of cancellation.

    Coming Events 

    March 3

    Parish Liaison Network Quarterly Meeting

    nline, 10-11:30 a.m. Bit.ly/Mar3PLN. RSVP, volunteer@ccda.net

    March 6

    First Saturday Devotion

    Christ the Redeemer Church, 46833 Harry Byrd Parkway, Sterling, confession, 8-8:50 a.m., Mass, 9 a.m. The Multilingual, International Rosary follows the Mass. Annettefgibson@gmail.com.

    March 7

    The Tau Fraternity Secular Franciscans Meeting

    Online. Kimberley Heatherington, 703-795-0941, Walter Gawlak, 571-512-8402. Tauofs.org.

    March 9

    Praise and Worship Holy Hour

    With Fr. Joseph Bergida and musicians Michelle Jacobeen and Joseph Jacobeen, St. Leo the Great Church, 3700 Old Lee Hwy., Fairfax, 7:30-8:30 p.m. 703-841-2550 or arlingtondiocese.org/healingandconversion.

    Living a Life of Significance

    Online talk with Catholic author and speaker Joseph Jordan, sponsored by the Knights of Columbus, 7 p.m. Register, http://webinarCH.abbatekofc.com

    March 15

    Mass in Gaelic

    Organized by the Ancient Order of Hibernians, Col. John Fitzgerald Division, in honor of St. Patrick, Cathedral of St. Thomas More, 3901 Cathedral Ln., Arlington, 7:30 p.m. Alex Wilson, 703/969-7703 or ajwilzn@gmail.com.

    March 23

    “The Church Is a Garden with Many Colors”

    Hosted by St. John Neumann’s Racial Justice Ministry with Salesian Brother Mickey McGrath as he shares his art and stories celebrating saints and prophets of color, 7 p.m., online. RSVP, racial.justice.sjn@gmail.com.


    For Young Adults and Singles

    All Saints YA — For Young Adults age 20s-30s, single or married

    CSGW — Catholic Singles of Greater Washington – single Catholics age 21-65+

    OLGC Young Professionals Ministry - for young adults age 21-38

    PTSC — Prime Time Single Catholics, age 40+

    SJN Young Adults  — St. John Neumann Young Adult Ministry, for young adults age 21-39

    The Basilica of St. Mary YA — Basilica of St. Mary Young Adults, for young adults age 21-39

    St. Rita Young Adults — St. Rita Church Young Adult Ministry, for young adults age 20-40

    YAM — Arlington Diocese Young Adult Ministry, 20s & 30s, married or single

    Catholic Life YAM — Serving the young adults of Fairfax area parishes

    Catholic Sports Club — Offering leagues and open gyms to all young adults, married or single, Catholic or otherwise.