Missionary in the Workplace
Thursday, August 5, 2021 at 7 pm – 10 pm
St. Michael’s Parish, 511 Cheapside St, London, ON N5Y 3X5
Join us for our first in person Disciples’ Night in over a year! We will gather for Mass at 7:00pm and then we will watch the livestream talk at 8:00pm. See details below for more about this month’s wonderful speaker, Adora Namigadde!
These events are open to those in their 20s or 30s, single or married, with or without kids, working or studying.
We will be strictly adhering to the gathering limits and safety protocols of the province and diocese (e.g., mandatory proper mask wearing, social distancing and hand sanitizing). We ask everyone to please abide by all COVID-19 protocols for this event so that we can have the privilege of continuing to use St. Michael’s. We are so excited to once again be able to physically gather as a community. See you there!
Fee includes coffee/tea and desserts.
About Adora Namigadde
A common question I get from fellow Catholics goes something like, “Isn’t it so hard to be Catholic in such a secular environment?”
I work in journalism. My first job was at a CBS affiliate in Cadillac, MI. My last job was at an NPR affiliate in Columbus, OH. And now, I work for Chicago’s NPR station.
Working in secular journalism definitely has its challenges, and I often feel like I’m the only practicing Catholic around. Despite that feeling, working in secular life is a treat. I feel called to be here, and I think God can use me in a powerful way since I meet so many people from all walks of life in my work. As long as He calls me here and opens doors for me, I’m happy to stay.
August Disciples’ Night will be all about walking with Christ and being His hands and feet to others no matter how stacked the odds may seem against me. Christ said, “If the world hates you, know that it hated me first.” Thankfully I don’t feel hated, but these words often come to mind as I navigate my life and career.
Let’s remain connected to The Vine and encourage one another.