For 2022 Black History Month, the parish invited four women who are making history in our parish. Each one will speak at Sunday’s 9 am Mass. You can attend in-person or watch on Zoom. The schedule is: February 6 Sister Cora Marie Billings, RSM • February 13 Cathy Woodson • February 20 St. Tiberh • February 27 Vivian Sullivan
“Everyone has a life story. At St. Elizabeth, I am always humbled and amazed at the life stories of our parishioners. I am proud to be the priest of this remarkable parish. Please pray for the four Catholic Women who will tell their stories. Thank them for their courage to witness before their home parish.” — Father Jim

Sunday February 6 Sister Cora Marie Billings, RSM: Sister Cora Marie Billings has been a member of the Institute of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas for 65 years. During that time she has been a Teacher, a Campus Minister and an Administrator. She is one of the Founding Members of the National Black Sisters’ Conference. Since 1968 she has been an advocate for human rights and anti-racism. She has done presentations around the nation. At present she considers herself a Community Volunteer.

Sunday February 13 Cathy Woodson: Cathy Woodson served in several ministries here at St. Elizabeth parish over the past 45 years. She served on several commissions and committees with the Catholic Diocese of Richmond, the National Black Catholic Congress Leadership team, the Pax Christi USA Anti-Racism team and the Pax Christi National Council. In 1994, she received Bishop Sullivan’s Ministry Award. Currently, she is serving on the Wisdom Circle with the Virginia Catholics for Racial Justice. She works with several community organizations around the region.

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