Event Postponed

Dear Friends,

We wish you all the blessings of Christmas, as we approach the closing of the season with the celebration of the Epiphany, and assure you of our prayers for the graces of a New Year.

We regret to inform you that we must postpone the planned tribute to Brother Arnold Stewart, FSC, and Frank & Lois Noonan, scheduled for January 30. This decision is based on our concern for the medical situation set by the Omicron variant as well the continuance of the COVID-19 virus. The advice we are receiving is urging caution and protection for all, and especially for the elderly and compromised. We dearly want to have as many people as possible join us for this celebration of Brother Arnold, Frank, and Lois. We will work with Saint Mary’s College and all those involved in the planning of the event to reschedule for a time in the spring or summer of 2022.

We will keep you informed of details as they are completed. Please know of our hope that you may join us at the time of the rescheduled celebration. Thank you in advance for your understanding. Please do contact us if you have questions or need further clarification.


Brother Mark Murphy, FSC

Matthew D. Powell
Executive Director

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