ADMINISTRATION: Stewards of His Love

February 2017

Catholic Date Night

Catholic Date Night — A night out for engaged and married couples

6:00-6:30 pm – Wine & Cheese
6:30-7:00 pm – Relationship Talk & Discussion
7:00 pm – Continue your date on your own

Catholic Date Night is the free appetizer to your date!
Begin your date night with fellowship, free wine and cheese, prayer, and an inspiring talk on growing together in love.
After the talk, continue your date on your own!  

Join us monthly on Saturday night’s from 6:00-7:00pm at Our Lady of Lourdes in downtown Bethesda:

  • February 25
  • March 25 
  • April 22 
  • May 13 

Come to one or all four!

The event is free but you must RSVP at
Childcare is on your own. 

Topics include:

  • Building a Holy Family
  • Communicating the Truth in Love 
  • Prayer and Spirituality in Marriage 
  • Children the Gift of Married Love

Co-hosted by the Office of Young Adult Ministry and Office of Family Life of the Archdiocese of Washington.
For more information contact the Office for Family Life:

Catholic Date Night is intended to help married and engaged couples intentionally focus their relationship with one another with Christ in the center. This is in response to the ever growing need to provide good education and enrichment for young marrieds to build strong marriages and strengthen family life. It is also an opportunity for engaged couples to meet and learn from the witness of married couples the building blocks of a holy and happy mariiage in the Church.

Speak out against the MD Assisted Suicide Bill

To contact your legislator and voice your opposition to such a bill,  use the following website: 

Physician Assisted Suicide in MD  For the third year in a row, Maryland is considering a bill to legalize physician assisted suicide (PAS).
Once again, we need you to speak out against this dangerous injustice.   

March 2017

Pilgrimage to America's 1st Cathedral

The Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women (ACCW) invites you to join them on Saturday, March 11, 2017 for a pilgrimage to America’s First Cathedral in Baltimore, the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
The historic Baltimore Basilica, built from 1806-1821, was the first great metropolitan cathedral constructed in the United States after the adoption of the Constitution. Benjamin Henry Latrobe, father of American architecture, architect of the national Capitol, designed the Cathedral.
Carpools will leave from the Church of the Resurrection in Burtonsville, MD at 9:30. Local carpools can be arranged.  A guided tour is scheduled for 11:00 AM. Rosary or Mass at 12:00 PM, then a trip to Baltimore’s inner harbor for lunch and sightseeing.

May 2017

Camp St. Charles Open House

Attend our open house to learn more about Camp St. Charles 
March 12th, April 9th or May 7th.

Join us for lunch, a tour, a ride on the giant swing and an opportunity to meet the staff of Camp St. Charles. 

For over 60 years, thousands of children have been making friends, learning to work together developing an appreciation for Creation while camping out, riding horses, working their way through a challenge course, trying archery, paddling on the river, making art projects and lots of other activities in beautfiul Southern Maryland.
Fully accredited with the American Camp Association and certified by the State of Maryland, Camp St. Charles has been run by the Salvatorian Fathers and Brothers and LAy Salvatorians for over 60 years.

New families may save on tuition by registering at our open house.

For more information and to sign up for an open house, visit our
call us at (301) 934-8799 or email


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