Benefit Concert happening September 27th!

Mark your calendars now for the first ever Run for the Call Benefit Concert on Saturday, September 27th to help raise money for our seminarian assistance fund. The concert will take place at the Meyer Center at St. Susanna Catholic Church in Mason, OH and will feature one of the most popular Irish Folk bands in the Greater Cincinnati Area, Easter Rising.

easter rising bandLed by Lucas Hennessey, Easter Rising came together a number of years ago when a group of friends joined together their love of music and faith. From their website:

To the band, good music takes a moral stand for beauty, authenticity and solidarity. It is a rejection of radical autonomy in favor of radical communio. Good music is not about who can play the fastest or the best. Music is more than a hobby. In its truest form, music becomes an opportunity for gathering, sharing, and growing in our lives with each other – or in other words, Communio. We hope you come share in our experience!

Along with Easter Rising, we are working on bringing in other musicians to fill out the evening which will begin at 6:00 pm and run until 11:00 pm.

The final details are still in the works, but mark your calendars now and tell your friends, too. This is going to be a fantastic night!

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About Wayne

Wayne has a wonderful, loving and supportive wife and six beautiful children. He is the Associate Vocation Director for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and loves learning more about the Catholic Faith and challenging himself and others to live life more fully by doing the will of God each day.

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