Throughout the year, the people of St. Elisabeth’s gather for retreat, book and film study and deeper faith exploration.
The St. Elisabeth’s Book Group is a way to connect with others through literature, enjoying a great conversation over lunch. The group meets at 12noon in the parish Dining Room on the second Tuesday of each month to enjoy a lively discussion over a bring-your-own brown bag lunch.
Upcoming discussions include:
- January 14 | “Guests of the Nation” – a short story by Frank O’Connor
- February 11 | “Which New Era Would That Be?” – by Nadine Gordimer
- March 10 | “What We Talk About When We Talk About Love” – by Raymond Carver
- April 14 & May 12 | “Eichmann in Jerusalem” by Hannah Arendt