177 Project Holy Hour & Concert

Posted August 10, 2018 by in Events

What is The 177 Project?

The 177 Project is an initiative from Adoration Artists designed to help spark a renewal in parishes across the country. We are firm believers in the power of spending time in front of the Eucharist and want to encourage that through a worshipful evening that fosters community within and across parishes. Over the course of three months, more than a dozen of the most talented artists in Catholic music will split up into teams of two and visit all 177 different dioceses within the US – including those in Alaska, Hawaii, and St. Thomas.

Each evening will be centered around a Holy Hour. Upon conclusion of the Holy Hour, attendees will have the chance to enjoy a concert put on by the musicians traveling as part of the 177 Project. During the event, attendees will have opportunities for confession, to pray for others, to hear about the importance of (and even respond to) vocations, to say the rosary, to engage with local and national ministries, and to interact in a variety of other ways.

Experience The 177 Project!

The 177 Project is coming to the Diocese of Bridgeport on Friday, November 9 to the Basilica of St John the Evangelist at 279 Atlantic Street in Stamford, CT. The evening begins at 6:45pm with the recitation of the rosary, Adoration at 7pm, and the concert begins at 8:15pm. The musical artists for the evening are Dana Catherine, Fr Rob Galea, and Taylor Tripodi.

Tickets for the event are completely free and they can be found here: https://www.itickets.com/events/402205.

Click here to see the flyer for this event.