Upcoming SCBP Sponsored Events
SCBP SEPTEMBER SOCIAL Friday Night High School Football Tailgate
This annual SCBP tradition will be bigger than ever. Join us on Friday, September 5th, at the St. Jude Shelter before the Roncalli and Chatard Varsity Football game. Tailgating starts around 5:30 and the game starts at 7:00. The SCBP provides the food and drink. If football is not your thing, fell free to hang out as we tailgate throughout the game, halftime, and following the game.
Social Media and Technology Update by Robert Saling and Steve Battiato. September 18th at St Roch. This evening event will be from 5:00 - 7:00 pm.
Mass and Breakfast on Thursday the 9th at K of C. Fr. Vince will be our featured speaker. There is a $5.00 charge to cover the cost of the meeting space.
Zink Distributors will once again open their hospitality room. Join us on Wednesday, the 12th from 5:00 to 7:00 pm. Tom Zupancic will be our guest speaker.
Mass and Breakfast on Wednesday the 3rd beginning at 7:00 am at the K of C. Dennis Stephenson will be our speaker. Dennis has started, merged, and sold numerous south side businesses. There is a $5.00 charge to cover the cost of the meeting space.
Family Duck Pin Bowling social in Fountain Square.
2014 Check Presentations
Nativity Thank You Letter
Indianapolis Catholic Youth Conference (IYIC)
Coming to Indianapolis, November 2nd. Sponsorships are available. Give online at http://www.eventbrite.com/e/indianapolis-catholic-youth-conference-icyc-tickets-12318836973 or check out a complete list of opportunities below.
Video from Joe Hollowell. Take two minutes to watch.
Your not so typical deployment of the botafumiero, click here.
Quote from Joe's E-mail "Which is, without a doubt, the most memorable demonstration of a paraliturgical ritual I ever expect to see in a Catholic Church. The "smokebelcher" is nearly 5 feet tall, weighs 175 pounds, and travels at 45 miles per hour at its top speed. And yes - the inceneser has become detached from the rope in the middle of a ceremony a time for two over the centuries. No one has been killed. The Holy Spirit must surely be in control."
August Mass and Breakfast Meeting
We had a great morning with Mass and our featured speaker, Angela White.
We also enjoyed a brief Gabriel Project presentation. Check out a couple of their initiatives at www.40daysindy.org and www.borntorun5k.org.
Our final presentation was from Franciscan Alliance Foundation regarding their September 27th Gala. Learn more at www.givetohospice.org.
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Member of the Week
Congratulations to Mark Squillace, SCBP Member of the Week.
Mark has been with American Business Machines for 32 years, starting with the company as the first employee, then Service Manager and then bought the company in 2007.
American Business Machines is a locally owned and operated company that has built its reputation on customer service. American Business Machines specializes in sales and service of office equipment including many major brands of multi-function copiers, printers and fax machines. We also carry supplies. The one thing that has not changed in the years we have been in business is our belief that customer service is job one.
Mark is a member of Holy Name Parish where he has been active for many years and a Roncalli Alumni. He has been married for 23 years and have three daughters. Mark enjoys spending time with my wife and daughters, camping and woodworking.
Photos from Insipirational Insights