On Wednesday, August 31, the Catholic Teachers’ Guild will host its Annual Education Mass at St. Michael’s Cathedral Basilica. The Mass will be followed by dinner and a talk given by Bishop John Boissonneau, the Archdiocesan Vicar for Christian Education, across the street at St. Michael’s Choir School.
The Catholic Teachers’ Guild is a lay association in the archdiocese that aims to strengthen teachers’ vocations through formation events, study groups, lectures and mutual fraternal support.
This will be the first Education Mass and dinner in two years, because of the difficulties caused by the pandemic. The cost of the evening is $60, payable at the door, but participants are asked to register by clicking here before Sunday, August 24.
The evening will be a great opportunity to worship with other committed Catholic teachers, to build networks and relationships with other educators, and to enjoy a wonderful meal. All educators are welcome to attend.