Parish: 233-3092 | School: 232-5290 | Faith Formation: 232-3514 | 2900 Hoover Avenue, Ames IA
We Catholics like to recognize the political and cultural significance of the equality of all people because everyone is created to image God and also because we are all equally in need of Christ’s redemption. So what is wrong with making sure everyone has a certain level of income, a roof over their heads and an education? And why would mothers and grandmothers care about these issues when there are so many other demands on their time? How can we credibly discuss it with our family’s teens and young adults? What did Alexis de Tocqueville mean when he said, “Righteous women in their circle of influence, beginning in the home, can turn the world around?
 
Please join for a twenty minute talk by Tammy Kobza, Iowa’s state director of Phyllis Schlafly’s Eagles, followed by time for questions and answers about how important moms and grandmas are to our nation. All women of the parish or community are welcome. Let Marilyn Krocheski know if you are coming on February 13, at 6pm at the Social Hall South by calling 292 9207 or e-mailing her at krocheskim@gmail.com