This is a monthly cooking class during which a speaker from the highlighted country—for example, France, Scotland, Cambodia or Jordan—discusses growing up Catholic in his or her homeland and tells the story of that country’s patron saint. Then the speaker talks about three or four native dishes before everyone heads to the kitchen to prepare the meal. After cooking, everyone gathers in the parish hall to enjoy a communal feast. In the end, participants understand the universality of Catholicism, learn some basic cooking skills, and take home a packet of recipes from a different country.
Watch the bulletin for announcements about the upcoming classes. To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org or download this form and drop it off in the parish office.
Watch this clip of our recent Class Celebrating Saint Teresa of Calcutta, 19 November 2016:
St. Nicholas Cookie Baking Class and Sale 12 December 2015:
Fr. Sands with Fernando Flores at the St. Kateri Tekakwitha/Native American class, October 24, 2015: