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White Mass 2024

The White Mass in Fort Wayne will be on September 16, 2024, at 6:30 pm at the St. Mother Theodore Guerin Chapel next to the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Fort Wayne. All are invited! This is a chance for health care workers and those who support health care workers have a Mass together followed by sharing a meal.

Note that the White Mass is a month earlier than usual due to the Synod of Bishops’ Second Plenary Assembly taking place in Rome the month of October. Bishop Rhoades will be returning to the Synod as a delegate, so he arranged to have the White Mass in September before he leaves for Rome.

The banquet will follow at 7:30 pm at the Cathedral Center Lower Level which is adjacent to the Cathedral on the corner of Clinton and Jefferson at 1102 S. Clinton Street, Fort Wayne, IN 46802. The price for the meal is $15 per person. We are still open to having a speaker at the meal so there are any suggestions, please contact the Guild. The food will be from Zianos.

Please RSVP for the meal so that we have enough food. Click HERE to RSVP. Click on Paypal link in the RSVP to pay ahead (preferred). However, please come anyway if you forget to RSVP.

Click on the poster for a printable version.

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