Womens Ministry

 

 


Catholic Church of Saint Mark
Women's Ministries

 

 

 

Mom's Group

Expectant to experienced moms are welcome to join us for fellowship, support, adult conversation, and prayer.

We meet in the conference room every Friday morning from 9:30-11:30 am. Come for all or part of the time. The Nursery is open, and babysitting is provided. For more information, please contact Holly Krukowski at 585-749-6941.

 

 

Ladies Book Club



The Women’s Book Club continues to seek new membership. This group is comprised of women of varied ages and diverse backgrounds. It is a compatible group with members who share an appreciation for the Catholic Church and its teachings. The group strives to learn more about our Catholic faith through the works of varied authors and genre. Every other month, for approximately 90 minutes, the ladies gather to share ideas and insights acquired from a preselect
ed book.

Our next meeting will be on November 10th at 6:30pm in the Saint Mark Library (provided that we are allowed to have in-person gatherings by then). Please consider joining us for a lively and informative discussion. New members are always welcome! For more information, please contact Kendra DiMichele at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

We are currently readin"When Life Gives You Pears: The Healing Power of Family, Faith, and Funny People" by Jeannie Gaffigan.

When Life Gives You Pears

The Big Sick meets Dad is Fat in this funny and heartfelt New York Times bestselling memoir from writer, director, wife, and mother, Jeannie Gaffigan, as she reflects on the life-changing impact of her battle with a pear-sized brain tumor.
In 2017, Jeannie's life came to a crashing halt when she was diagnosed with a life-threatening brain tumor. As the mother of 5 kids -- 6 if you include her husband -- sat in the neurosurgery department in star-covered sweats too whimsical for the seriousness of the situation, all she could think was "Am I going to die?"
Thankfully, Jeannie and her family were able to survive their time of crisis, and now she is sharing her deeply personal journey through this miraculous story: the challenging conversations she had with her children; how she came to terms with feeling powerless and ferociously crabby while bedridden and unable to eat for a month; and how she ultimately learned, re-learned and re re-learned to be more present in life. With sincerity and hilarity, Jeannie invites you into her heart (and brain) during this trying time, emphasizing the importance of family, faith and humor as keys to her recovery and leading a more fulfilling life.